Why Homebrewers Are Now Crafting DIY Hard Seltzers

Homebrewers are tackling hard seltzers. But the reasons behind this endeavor aren’t necessarily related to taste or turning a drinking craze into a craft product. As reported by VinePair, the $4 billon and growing hard seltzer market was pretty much launched early last decade by Nick Shields, who came from a beer legacy and utilized a brewed alcohol base in his original SpikedSeltzer (now Bon & Viv) canned cocktail. So there’s a lot of crossover between the two worlds already — and plenty of craft breweries have dipped their toes into the hard seltzer market, albeit utilizing local ingredients and trying to create a more artisan product. Read the full article at: www.insidehook.com