A Legend Born in Far West Texas, Ranch Water, is a Hard Seltzer Called Lone River Ranch Water
My Father’s Day Gift Guide this year includes the new Texas-based ranch water inspired hard seltzer that I think would be a great gift for dad as it is a new take on hard seltzer made with the rugged, hardworking man in mind.
Lone River Beverage Company has canned the taste of rugged far West Texas with an easy-drinking 80-calorie hard seltzer, called Lone River Ranch Water. Available in Texas and Tennessee with plans to expand to other states this summer, Lone River Ranch Water is made with 100% agave and natural lime juice. The drink is a twist on the classic cocktail with the sessionability of a hard seltzer at 4% ABV.
Ranch Water is bound to be dad’s new favorite drink – it is the drink for days on the lake, nights under the stars or kicking back on the ranch. The beverage is similar in format to a light beer in a can and it fits in a koozie unlike other hard seltzer brands.
Lone River Ranch Water, sold in a six pack (suggested retail price $8.99), is available all over Texas at major retailers such as H-E-B, Central Market, Whole Foods Market, Kroger, Albertsons, 7-Eleven, Total Wine & More, Specs, as well as hundreds of independent stores throughout the state. For more information and to find a location near you, visit loneriverbevco.com.
- Original – Their Original Ranch Water hard seltzer made with 100% organic agave and natural lime juice.
- Spicy – Ranch Water with a Texas kick. TheirSpicy hard seltzer is made with 100% organic agave, natural lime juice & jalapeño flavors.
- Rio Red Grapefruit – Ranch Water with a Texas-sized squeeze of Rio Red Grapefruit juice. Their Rio Red hard seltzer is made with 100% organic agave, natural lime & Rio Red grapefruit juice.
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About Lone River Ranch Water
A Lone River cuts through the high desert of Far West Texas. Some look to the Lone River for refreshment, others chase the story it writes in every bend and bow.
Out of this Lone River, flows Ranch Water. Legend has it, the first soul to taste Ranch Water followed miles of Texas stars until found asleep under a piñon tree. While what transpired on the journey remains a mystery, its spirit, its sense of adventure inspires to this day.