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Hard Seltzer Cocktail Recipes to Step Up Your Seltzer Game

February 11, 2022

Hard Seltzers are great on their own, but we’re digging these cocktail recipes that take seltzer to a whole new level of wonderful.

Our team has created hard seltzer recipes for all kinds of cocktails that range from simple, to masterful.
No matter which one you choose to make, your friends are sure to be impressed; and they’ll probably ask you for another!

cucumber lime spritzer hard seltzer

Easy Gin Fizz

What you need:

How to make it:
This cocktail is as fool-proof as it gets. Grab a pint glass and pour an ounce of gin into it.
Cut your lime in half (save the other half for garnish) and squeeze that tart green juice right on top of that gin (if you really don’t want to do ANY work, you can use pre-squeezed lime juice). Add the simple syrup and mix it up.
Top the sweet citrusy mixture with ice, and add as much of the Cucumber Lime Spritzer as the glass will allow.
Drink what’s left in the can, pop a lime wedge on the edge of the glass, and enjoy your cocktail!

 

watermelon yuzu mojito hard seltzer

Mega Mojito

What you need:

  • 1 can Watermelon Yuzu Mojito
  • 2 oz dark rum
  • 3 dashes Angostura bitters
  • 2 oz pineapple juice *optional

How to make it:
Fill a shaker glass with crushed ice.
Add the rum, bitters, and pineapple juice if that’s what you want.
Shake it like a Polaroid picture.
Pour into a pint glass with ice.
Top off glass with Watermelon Yuzu Mojito. If there is any left in the can, drink immediately.
Mix well, drink well!

 

passion fruit orange guava punch

Seltzer Sangria

What you need:

How to make it:
This cocktail takes some time, only because you need to let all that yummy fruit take a wine bath so it can soak up all the flavors.
A few hours before party time, mix the white wine and simple syrup together in a large bowl, pitcher, or massive measuring cup.
Add in the fruit, give it a quick stir, and pop it in the fridge. 4 hours is the minimum amount of time you’ll want to wait, but if you can give it upwards of 6, you’ll maximize the fruity deliciousness.
Once the fruit and wine have thoroughly enjoyed their refrigerator rendezvous, pour the mixture into four pint glasses, with a bit of ice.
Top off each pint glass with our Passionfruit Orange Guava Punch seltzer, garnish if you wish, and enjoy!

 

lemon hibiscus fizz

St. Germain Cocktail

What you need:

How to make it:
We’ll consider this a seltzer cocktail for beginners. It sounds fancy, but it’s almost too easy to make.
Grab a pint glass, add some ice.
Add St. Germain, and the juice of half a lemon (or a few splashes of lemon juice).
Top with Lemon Hibiscus Fizz hard seltzer.
Float prosecco on top, if you want an extra kick.
That’s it! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

Enjoy these DBC Hard Seltzer recipes any time you’re looking to add a little oomph to your can.

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