The Pacific Northwest is home to plenty of unique beer and wine options, but now the hard seltzer craze is taking over! Owner of the first and only branded "Seltzery" in the United States, San Juan Seltzer is making a big splash to kick off 2020 by sponsoring the So Northwest Women's Show and releasing two new flavors to its already extensive lineup of Pacific Northwest-inspired flavors.
San Juan Seltzer entered the market with several refreshing options, including huckleberry, fuji apple, raspberry-cran, and rainier cherry. All of these are made in small batches at their Seltzery location in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood, which opened in 2018.
Every time you crack open one of their 12-ounce slim cans, you'll taste and feel the difference. There's no medicinal aftertaste. It's just crisp, clean, spiked seltzer that uses state-of-the-art techniques. Each one comes with only 85 calories, zero carbs or sugar, zero gluten, and zero guilt! It's the only spiked seltzer on the market that can say that.
"We are thrilled to be the only spiked seltzer sponsor of the NW Women's show this year. This show really speaks to our perfect audience: women who are focused on being health-conscious, into fitness and all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer," said Katy Enger, who founded the company in 2017. "As a woman founder, it is an honor for me to support events that support women and this show is exactly that!"
Just in time for Valentine's Day, you can now start experiencing San Juan Seltzer's two new flavors: dry rosé and peach rosé. Rosé lovers will enjoy these beautifully crafted, clean-finishing spiked seltzer tributes to the Pacific Northwest wine country. Like all San Juan Seltzer products, they are all-natural, gluten-free, and keto-friendly, with zero sugar, zero carbs, and 85 calories.
And they don't contain any wine! Peach Rosé is fresh and lively, with a floral peach aroma that blends seamlessly with mellow notes of Merlot wine. The crisp clean finish makes it especially refreshing. Dry Rosé is bright, with a honeysuckle aroma, reminiscent of its bone-dry Riesling inspiration. It is complex, subtle, and delicious. Both flavors have a rosé-like, light pink blush that is derived from San Juan Seltzer's proprietary natural wine-inspired flavors.
When making all of its flavors, San Juan Seltzer uses a secret, proprietary filtration process to make sure their spiked seltzers remain unique and delicious. All the production happens at the San Juan Seltzery Taproom, Kitchen and Bar in SoDo. In addition to the brewhouse where the spiked seltzer is made, guests can enjoy a food menu crafted by Ethan Stowell Restaurants, an outdoor patio with heaters and a firepit, TVs for gameday, and an indoor play area for kids.
Perhaps most importantly, all of San Juan Seltzer's pacific northwest-inspired flavors are on tap at the seltzery. If you can't make it to SoDo, nearly 2,400 locations in the Pacific Northwest have the seltzer on their shelves or on draft, so there's no excuse for your fridge not to be stocked.
San Juan Seltzery is located at 3901 1st Ave. S. in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood. Stop by for happy hour, dinner, or for some weekend seltzer tasting. If you'd like to learn more, visit their website.
San Juan Seltzer is a proud sponsor of the So Northwest Women's Show on Saturday, Feb. 29 and Sunday, March 1. The show will feature hundreds of exhibits, along with fashion shows, seminars, and more! You can find out more at nwwomensshow.com.