Best Spiked Seltzers for a Low-Carb Diet
To keep you on track for your new year's resolutions for 2021, here are the best new hard seltzers for your diet plan.
Hard seltzers are a great choice for those following a low-carb diet plan and those with New Year’s resolution health goals. The hottest drinks on the market are hard seltzers—with new options like Bud Light Seltzer and now Michelob ULTRA Organic Seltzer—and give “liquid diet” a new meaning.
Here are the best spiked seltzers for a low-carb diet:
1. Michelob ULTRA Organic Seltzer
That’s right—Michelob ULTRA is officially in the seltzer game. Launching with three refreshing flavors Peach Pear, Cucumber Lime, and Spicy Pineapple—these seltzers are as real as they taste with zero sugar, zero carbs, and zero artificial ingredients (not to mention only 80 calories a pop). At 4% ABV, Michelob ULTRA Organic Seltzer is also ideal for those looking to cut back on their alcohol consumption after the holidays without cutting out alcohol completely. This hard seltzer is also notably the only USDA certified organic seltzer and is six-times filtered for ultimate purification, making it the ultimate choice for a new year’s beverage.
2. Bud Light Seltzer – Lemonade
Following an incredible launch year, Bud Light Seltzer looks to continue to innovate in the seltzer space. This January, Bud Light Seltzer adds a Lemonade variety to the lineup with four brand new flavors—Original, Black Cherry, Strawberry, and Peach. At slightly more ABV%, it is equivalent to most other hard seltzers on the market. Following Truly’s Lemonade seltzer release, general feedback comparing the Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade to its competitor indicates it tastes slightly less sweet for a more crispy flavor.
3. Truly Iced Tea
After successfully extending the Truly Hard Seltzer brand with Truly Lemonade Seltzer, The Boston Beer Company has launched Truly Iced Tea Hard Seltzer this January! Truly Iced Tea Hard Seltzer combines refreshing hard seltzer with real brewed tea and fruit flavor for a uniquely delicious, flavorful drink. The fresh, upfront fruit flavor is perfectly balanced with subtle sweetness and earthy black tea notes, delivering a crisp, refreshing finish. Ringing in at 100 calories, one gram of sugar and two grams of carbs, this drink is not only consistent with health goals but also tastes great.