Not ready for Bud Light Seltzer, there’s a hotline for that

New Bud Light Seltzer, first commercial, photo provided by Bud Light Seltzer
New Bud Light Seltzer, first commercial, photo provided by Bud Light Seltzer /

As Bud Light Seltzer hits store shelves, people have questions about the new beverage. Are you prepared for this unquestionably good drink?

Ready to finally take a sip of Bud Light Seltzer? Ever since Bud Light announced its newest beverage innovation, many people have wanted to enjoy the unquestionably good drink. Luckily with all the questions about this new beverage, there’s a hotline for that.

To build excitement about this new Bud Light beverage, the brand has taken a very different approach for this beverage. As seen with the special launch in Seltzer, Pennsylvania, it is looking to set its alcoholic seltzer apart from the rest of the crowd.

Since the people of Seltzer have had the first sips of the Bud Light Seltzer, it makes sense that they can answer all those alcoholic seltzer questions that people can have. Enter the Bud Light Seltzer hotline located in a fictional Seltzer, Pennsylvania (not the real one).

Check out the newest commercial from the brand.

Now if you are wondering if the hotline number is real, it is. After calling the hotline, it is really important to go back and watch the commercial again. Apparently, there are clues within the commercial that refer to the call center and certain extensions.

The biggest takeaway from these commercials and the hotline to make sure that everyone understands that there is no Bud Light in this alcoholic seltzer. It isn’t a fruit forward beer; it is an alcoholic seltzer. So, if you don’t like beer, this drink is for you. If you do like beer, this drink can be for you, just understand that it isn’t beer.

Although this alcoholic beverage contains 100 calories and less than 1 gram of sugar, it does have a 5% ABV. The biggest takeaway from drinking this beverage, or any alcoholic seltzer, is that the drink can pack a punch. Just because it tastes like fruity water doesn’t mean that it should be drunk like water.

The four Bud Light Seltzer flavors tend to bridge both traditional and more trending flavors. The tropical mango might be more trending where the strawberry is more traditional. All the flavors focus on providing a refreshing taste.

Bud Light Seltzer officially hits store shelves on January 13, 2020. Even if you don’t normally drink alcoholic seltzer, it might be worth trying one just to say that you did.

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What do you think of this Bud Light launch? Are you going to try one just because?