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Cherry Sploosh Craft Seltzer (473 ml Cans) 24 Pack by Longslice Brewery

Cherry Sploosh Craft Seltzer (473 ml Cans) 24 Pack

by Longslice Brewery

Producer : Longslice Brewery

Region : Ontario (Canada)

Bottle Per Case : 24 x 473 ml

Description

Details

The Collins English Dictionary defines Sploosh as a verb meaning ‘to splash about’. The Urban Dictionary defines it as... Well let’s just say it’s similar to the feeling you’re gonna get when you sip on this quaffable quencher! Quaffable is of course defined as ‘easy and enjoyable to drink’, and let us tell you that nothing is easier to drink than a Cherry Sploosh. It tastes like a sparkling water with a hint of cherry. You’ll be asking yourself – is this even a beer?!

  •  4.5% alc./vol.
  •  0
  •  1
  •  Canadian 2-Row
  •  N/A

Additional Information

Additional Information

Bottles Per Case 24 Pack
Cellaring Drink Now
Sweetness Descriptor Not Applicable See Sweetness Chart
Bottle Size 473 ml
Producer Longslice Brewery
Region Ontario (Canada)
Alcohol 6.5%
Beer Style Fruit
Beer Hops Canadian 2-row
Price of Case $80.27
Delivery available in regions Ontario

The Producer

Longslice Brewery

The tale of Longslice begins with two young hooligans, brothers Jimmy & John Peat. Hailing from Bracebridge, the Peat Brothers were seeking solutions to stock their high school parties with boatloads of beer. They weren’t yet old enough to buy beer, but they were old enough to buy all the ingredients. And so, with some help from their father, a passion for basement brewing was born.

Fast-forward fifteen years and several dozen batches of homemade hooch, and the Peat Brothers have mastered the art of craft brewing. They knew that the time had come to shape their pursuits into a real, bonafide, Toronto-based brewery. Enter longtime friend Sebastian Lesch; a legend among those who know him.

Longslice Brewery was born on March 20th, MMXIV (that’s 2014, but it looks way cooler in Roman Numerals). The brothers agreed to take turns concocting new recipes each time they brew, and Jimmy set the bar high with Longslice’s first official brand.