What are the ingredients of Pacific Sparkling?
Pacific Sparkling is a craft hard seltzer that’s brewed, not assembled. We brew our natural seltzer base with pure Cascade water. From there, we infuse natural flavors and a million sparkling bubbles.
How many calories are in a can of Pacific Sparkling?
Each 12 oz. can of Pacific Sparkling contains 100 calories.
How many carbs are in a can of Pacific Sparkling?
Each 12 oz. can of Pacific Sparkling contains 1.27g of carbohydrates.
How much sugar is in a can of Pacific Sparkling?
Each 12 oz. can of Pacific Sparkling contains 1.27g of sugar.
Is Pacific Sparkling gluten-free?
Because it is a malt beverage, Pacific Sparkling contains a very small percentage of grain in the base recipe. We have tested the final product and lab results show that the final product contains less than 10 parts per million. Though the grain is very minimal, we cannot claim gluten-free status at this time and do not recommend those with celiac disease consume Pacific Sparkling.
Does Pacific Sparkling contain allergens?
Pacific Sparkling is completely free of most of the major allergens – milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, and soybeans.
Because it is a malt beverage, Pacific Sparkling contains a very small percentage of grain.
Where can I find Pacific Sparkling in my area?
Pacific Sparkling can be found throughout the Pacific Northwest, and as far east as Colorado. Stay tuned for our seltzer finder tool, which we’ll be adding soon.
I’m a retailer and would love to carry Pacific Sparkling in cans or on draft. How can I get set up?
If you currently carry Ninkasi beer at your establishment, please reach out to your Ninkasi representative.
If you don’t currently carry Ninkasi and are within our distribution footprint (AK, AZ, OR, WA, CA, ID, HI, CO, MT, NV, BC, AB), please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still have questions or not sure? Feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Who makes Pacific Sparkling and where is it made?
Pacific Sparkling is owned and operated by Ninkasi Brewing Company in Eugene, Oregon. It’s brewed and canned there, too.