To be honest, I’ve been a bit nonplussed by the “spiked” low-alcohol sparkling water trend of the past year or so. That is, until recently when I tasted Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water, which is produced and distributed by Utah’s own Squatters Craft Brewery.
Specifically, I enjoyed Grandeur Peak’s Utah Cherry flavor. There’s also a Ruby Red Grapefruit offering from Squatters. The name comes from Grandeur Peak which is a 8,299 foot peak in the Wasatch Range.
At a mere 4% ABV, with no gluten, zero sugar calories and just a single gram of carbs, you could sip Grandeur Peak Spiked Sparkling Water without getting slowed down a bit.
“Grandeur Peak is fresh and inspired, crafted with adventure in mind,” said Senior Marketing Manager for the breweries, Amy Tangaro. “Our spiked sparkling water goes poolside to mountainside, and we’re so excited to see the reaction from our fans.”
Well, the reaction from this fan is a positive one. I don’t know how they managed to pack so much Utah cherry flavor into that skinny 12-ounce can, but they did.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.