Two Brooks hard seltzer launches

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

21 July 2020

The brand has been created by siblings Fabio and Francesca Bruni who saw the success of the alcoholic sparkling water category in the US and believe the drink will prove just as popular over here

In the US, the hard seltzer market is expected to reach $2.5bn in value next year, according to IWSR figures.

Two Brooks is made in the UK with 100% natural ingredients, low in calories and sugar, and is also vegan and gluten free. It is made using an alcohol base made from British apples, after which sparkling water and flavours are added.

The first three flavours released in cans are: Passion Star, Mango Hi-Ball, and Lime Cooler. All have an abv of 4%.

‘Alcoholic sparkling water fills a gap in the market for spirit/mixer drinkers who want to venture beyond their usual drink and try something new,’ said Fabio Bruni.

‘Plus, with the rise of cocktail culture, flavour innovation in the gin category, and the premiumisation of canned alcohol driven by craft beer, alcoholic sparkling water has the perfect launchpad in the UK.’

4% abv; RRP £2.50/250ml, Two Brooks, twobrooks.couk

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