More Life Pineapple Sparkling Hop Water (4pk)

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More Life is a refreshing new ZERO ALCOHOL sparkling beverage infused with hops. It’s 16oz of awesome that won’t slow you down, won’t fill you up, and won’t hang you over! With zero carbs, zero calories and zero sugar, it’s pure delicious hydration that will make you happy to be the designated drinker anytime of day. It’s a cold plunge for your tastebuds available in three delectable flavors. Booze free and all-ages appropriate, drink more water and enjoy More Life!


INGREDIENTS: Carbonated Water, Hops, Natural Flavoring

About the Brewery

Almanac was founded in 2011 by Damian Fagan and Jesse Friedman, two avid home-brewers who bonded over a mutual appreciation for California farmers markets. The name, Almanac, refers to the Farmer’s Almanac, a seasonality reference guide for farmers that has been published every year in the U.S. since 1818.

Almanac set out to brew beers inspired by California’s rich agricultural bounty, and brewed their first beer (named, “Summer 2010”)—a bottle-conditioned Belgian-style golden ale aged in Sonoma Zinfandel barrels with Sonoma blackberries. They hand-sold that first batch one case at a time out of the trunks of our cars to local bars and restaurants in the Bay Area (including to Zane at Incanto in San Francisco!). The beer was so well received that they continued brewing and releasing quarterly beers for the next two years until garnering enough support to quit their day jobs to pursue Almanac full time in 2013.

After nearly seven years of partner brewing, Almanac moved into their very own 30,000 square-foot production & aging facility located on a historic naval airbase on Alameda Island in San Francisco Bay. The brewery is a former Naval hangar originally constructed in 1942 that boasts 37 foot ceilings, exposed original redwood beams, and hundreds of oak barrels and foudres. This new home has allowed them the capability to greatly expand their product offerings. The broad Almanac portfolio of beers spans the gamut from delicate oak-aged lagers, to nuanced barrel-aged sours, decadent stouts, and of course, hazy IPAs.