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Is The New Bud Light Pumpkin Spice Seltzer Keto?

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  Published on September 7th, 2021
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  Last modified September 3rd, 2021
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Whether it was just a marketing stunt or a legitimate attempt at a fun fall-flavored product, Bud Light announced the launch of their Pumpkin Spice Hard Seltzer and it’s taking the internet by storm.

Pumpkin spice-flavored everything is seeping into all corners of the grocery store and now it has hit the alcohol aisle. Before you decide whether or not you should indulge, you might be wondering if it is suitable for consumption on a ketogenic diet. Well, let’s go over it!

 

Bud Light Fall Seltzer Pack

On September 7th, Bud Light is launching their Fall Flannel variety pack of 12, 12oz cans. This fall-theme collection includes the following seltzer flavors: Pumpkin Spice, Apple Crispy, Toasted Marshmallow, and Maple Pear flavored drinks.

According to the Bud Light website, each drink contains 100 calories, 0.7 grams of protein, 5% alc/vol, and less than one gram of sugar. The exact sugar and carbohydrate count varies per drink. [1]

The hard seltzers are also gluten-free.

The Pumpkin Spice flavored seltzer combines the flavors of pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla in a 100 calorie can. This particular flavor has 1g of carbohydrates and 0 grams of sugar per serving. [1]

The Apple Crisp flavor is described as a drinkable version of Grandma’s apple pie. This flavor has 2g of carbohydrates and 1g of sugar per serving. [1]

Toasted Marshmallow Bud Light Seltzer is supposed to taste like a freshly roasted marshmallow with hints of vanilla. These 12 oz cans contain 1 gram of net carbs and 0 grams of sugar. [1]

The exact nutrition facts of the maple pear flavored hard seltzer was not listed.

 

But, Are They Keto?

In moderation, you should be able to try one of these hard seltzers without being kicked out of ketosis. Since they are sweetener drinks with a low alcohol volume percentage, it is easy to drink more than one, so be conscious of the amount you are drinking. Whether you are keto or not, it’s always important to drink alcohol safely and in moderation.

For more information about drinking alcohol on the keto diet, check out our full article Alcohol on Keto: Quick Tips for Low Carb Drinks.

 

Do You Plan To Try The New Pumpkin Spice Seltzer? Or Are You over the Craze?

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