If You Ever Wanted To Try A Toasted Marshmallow Bud Light Seltzer, Now's Your Chance

Whether we're willing to accept it or not, summer is nearing its end. But there are still plenty of evenings left in the season to gather around a backyard bonfire and roast s'mores before the frigid temps arrive. When people think of fall comfort foods, baked goods with warm spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and clove come to mind. Several stores have also begun putting out their Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday decor, which is a spooky move in and of itself. But according to Budweiser, the perfect way to celebrate the onset of autumn is with all-new flavors of spiked seltzer!

Hard seltzer has carved out a prominent path in the world of canned alcohol over the past few years, with a number of independent manufacturers popping up as well as most of the major beer brands rolling out their own product lines of fizzy goodness. Bud Light recently hopped on the sparkling booze bandwagon, offering refreshingly fruity flavors like grapefruit, cranberry, pineapple, and strawberry. And its latest release, the Fall Flannel variety pack, already has people talking.

What are the new seasonal Bud Light Seltzer flavors?

Bud Light recently launched its Fall Flannel variety pack, which even comes in a plaid-patterned case to really tie the ambiance together. One of its most noteworthy flavors is toasted marshmallow, which boasts a hint of chocolate flavor, as stated on the official Bud Light website. Not a big fan of marshmallow-flavored carbonated beverages? You're in luck... maybe. Other fittingly festive flavors in the limited edition Fall Flannel variety pack include pumpkin spice (with dominant notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla), maple pear, and apple crisp, all of which contain 5% ABV and 100 calories, as The Takeout reports.

The seasonal variety pack will be available in stores from September 6 through the end of October 2021. If you're a fan of sweeter, cozier flavors of the autumnal equinox, these may be right up your taste buds' alley. Otherwise, feel free to stick to the classics until winter rolls around. If you decide to pick up a pack for your next socially distanced soirée, expect some honest testimonials from your friends. To join the conversation brewing on Twitter, use the hashtag #FallFlannelSeltzer.