Upgrade from Spooky Ingredients this Halloween with Crook & Marker Spiked & Sparkling
Time to eat, drink and be scary! Whether you’re doing an adults-only costume party or coming back from a long night of trick-or-treating, you deserve to enjoy the holiday with the perfect refresher – Crook & Marker’s Spiked and Sparkling.
Though Halloween is one of the most popular holidays, all the tempting candy is loaded with sugar, including:
- Candy Corn: 19 pieces contain 32 grams of sugar and are 140 calories
- Skittles: A fun size pack is 190 calories and contains 34 grams of sugar
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups: Two cups are 220 calories and have 22 grams of sugar
- Twix: A fun size Twix is 250 calories and contains 17 grams of sugar
If you’re craving a sinful treat, upgrade from the wasted calories and spooky ingredients of the Halloween sweets for a Crook & Marker Tangerine or Blackberry Lime. The beverage delivers bold flavor without the guilt as it is sugar-free, gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan, with only 80 calories, less than 1g net carbs per can and 4% ABV per can. Crook & Marker Tangerine and Blackberry Lime not only indulges everyone’s sweet tooth, but also matches with Halloween’s festive colors of orange and purple.
About Crook & Marker
People want to have a good time without feeling guilty about what they’re drinking. At last, that’s possible with Crook & Marker, the only spiked and sparkling beverages of their kind: Zero sugar. Made with organic alcohol. Overflowing with bold, refreshing flavor.
From grain to glass – Crook & Marker beverages are made with organic BaseBrew®* alcohol, created from ancient grains and cassava root. We pair that with luscious fruit flavors. The result? The taste you’ve been longing for.
*BaseBrew® Alcohol made from:
- Quinoa, which was cultivated thousands of years ago by the ancient Incas in South America, is often called the “golden grain of the Andes.”
- Amaranth, which is naturally gluten-free and high in protein, was a native staple whole grain of the Aztecs.
- Millet, a gluten-free, small-seeded grass also known as “the grain of the gods,” has been consumed for thousands of years.
- Cassava root extract comes from the tuberous root of the cassava plant. It has been grown for thousands of years in tropical regions of South America.