Henry's Hard Soda Welcomes Fourth Flavor to the Family - Hard Grape

[image%255B2%255D.png]We brought you an early peek and now the release details from MillerCoors:

CHICAGO, Jan. 31, 2017  Today, Henry's Hard Soda gives fans the flavor they've been craving, Henry's Hard Grape Soda. People have been asking for it, and now they can finally enjoy their favorite flavor with an adult kick. Hard Grape can be picked up along with the rest of the Henry's family: Hard Ginger Ale, Hard Orange and Hard Cherry Cola.  

Henry's Hard Grape Soda is 4.2 percent alcohol by volume and offers a refreshing grape taste with citrus undertones; the perfect balance of sweet and tart.

"It's been a great first year for Henry's Hard Soda, and we could not be more excited to welcome Hard Grape into to the family. It's a flavor that our fans have been calling for, and one we are thrilled to give them," said Josh Wexelbaum, MillerCoors marketing director of emerging brands. "We continue to stay on-top in the hard soda category because we are committed to bringing Generation-Xers an adult spin on flavors they know and love."

With the launch of Hard Grape, Henry's Hard Soda continues to solidify its position as the No. 1 hard soda brand1, showcasing its commitment to taste and flavor exploration as it continues to bring drinkers a modern and adult twist on their favorite flavors.

Henry's Hard Grape is not the only news for the Henry's family of brands in 2017. In March, Henry's will add an extension line of sparkling, low carb, under-95 calorie adult beverages to the mix.

Fans can share their excitement for Henry's Hard Grape and how they #LiveHardish by following @HenrysHardSoda on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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Henry's Hard Soda is available nationwide at most grocery, liquor and convenience stores in 6-pack 12-ounce bottles. Select flavors are offered in 16-ounce single cans. For specific retail locations, visit the product locator at HenrysHardSoda.com/locator.

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