11 hard seltzers you can buy in the UK

Chase Hard Seltzer

Flavours: Seville Orange, Pink Grapefruit, and London Dry & Lemon

ABV: 5%

Calories per can: 89

Can size: 250ml

Price: a pack of three costs £7.50, a 12-pack will set you back £30

Premium vodka maker Chase is also getting in on the act.

Distillery director James Chase decided to develop the range after seeing how popular hard seltzers were while living in the US then clocking the wellness boom back in the UK.

“Consumers are becoming increasingly health-conscious, and for those seeking a low-calorie alternative to wine, beer and cider, chase’s Gin Seltzers are ideal,” he said.

“The range is designed for those active, on-the-go individuals that want to enjoy a drink without compromising their healthy lifestyle.”

4 Responses to “11 hard seltzers you can buy in the UK”

  1. Taylor Harrison says:

    A big deciding factor on these cans for me are the size. 25 cl seems too small since this is competing with the like of beer. Mikes hard seltzer in the 33 cl makes it an auto winner for me. Is it possible to add the sizes of these cans to the article?

    • Edith Hancock says:

      Hi Taylor, that’s a very good point. Canned wines & RTDs tend to come in similar 25cl formats, but you’re right that hard seltzers are targeting would-be lager drinkers. I’ve added the sizes now.

      Best,
      Edith

  2. Frankie S says:

    Thanks for the summary and adding can sizes! I’ve tried a few of them now (also a new one that launched called Fountain hard seltzer which is not on your list. It’s from New Yow and apparently their cans are a bit bigger than ours). Anyway, it’s amazing how different they all are – some have wines added, some vodka or gin and some made in the same way as beer. Definitely an interesting space as i quite like having an alternative to beer!

  3. Courtney Crook says:

    I second Fountain hard seltzers – beer size cans and tasty!

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