White Claw released a twist on the classic seltzer this month and it’s called White Claw Surge. The new beverage brings a higher alcohol content to the table compared to its classic hard seltzer alternative. Here’s everything you need to know about the two.
Their Alcohol Content Is Different
The main difference between White Claw’s seltzers is the alcohol percentage. The hard seltzer has 5% ABV whereas White Claw Surgecontains 8% ABV.
Surge Offers New Flavors
The newest spiked seltzer offers two never-before-seen flavors: cranberry or blood orange in one 16oz can. Summertime is about to get a whole lot tastier.
The Classic Hard Seltzer Has More Options
Don’t sleep on the OG. The classic has 11 fruit flavors which come in a 12-ounce can, including black cherry, White Claw’s most popular flavor. Some are even offered in 16-ounce or 19.2-ounce cans.
They Are Both Just As Sweet
A 16-ounce can of both White Claw’s classic hard seltzer andWhite Claw Surgeboth have two grams of sugar. Plus, they’re both gluten-free! To opt for lower sugar content, snag a 12-ounce can of the classic hard seltzer, which has one gram of sugar.
Both Are Summer Approved, But Which Seltzer Wins?
If you’re stuck between the two, take your pick based on your mood. What flavors are you craving? And more importantly — do you want to feel buzzed or extra buzzed?