Product image of FELLR, White Claw and Moon Dog Fizzer

15 Best Seltzers to Drink Right Now

If you haven’t acquainted yourself with the delicious, refreshing, alcoholic fizzer, you’re in for a treat. These drinks are great for warmer months and for those who are looking for a lower-calorie option. You’ve probably heard of White Claw, but we’re going the extra mile and including many of the great Australian brands on our list because they know what you want when it comes to a great seltzer: full-bodied flavour, an affordable price, and alcoholic kick to boot. Let’s take a look at our faves.

Best Seltzers at a Glance

Highlights from our list include:

Now we’ve had a look at our favourites, let’s check out the complete list.

Mode seltzer
MODE Davidson Plum + Forest Berry | Image: Ben McKimm / Man of Many

1. MODE

Price: from AU$25 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Unreal depth to the Australian flavours in these hard seltzers as they’re infused with native ingredients. Not too sugary, not artificial in flavour, and still a low-calorie, low-sugar, vegan option.Flavours are a little trial and error based as they go against the typical seltzer flavours on the market, but we loved the Davidson Plum + Forest Berry. Mango + Pomegranate and Tasmanian Peppery Berry + Ginger and Lime are also clear winners.

The newest addition to our list has edged our FELLR as our favourite. We had to test these back to back with our previous champion but we’re giving MODE the edge here because of their unique flavours with unreal depth. First, the Davidson Plum + Forest Berry flavour as pictured is the standout, but we also loved the Mango + Pomegranate and Tasmanian Peppery Berry + Ginger and Lime. We weren’t the biggest fans of the overpowering cucumber flavours in the Yuzu, Cucumber + Basil but we can imagine that it’s SUPER refreshing on a hot day.

It’s been a long time since we’ve been this excited about seltzers, but this low-calorie, low-sugar, vegan and gluten-free option has quickly become our favourite. Of course, it’s going to cost you a little more than your White Claws and Saintly options but it’s premium and worth the price of admission in our books.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Product image of FELLR Dry & Lime
FELLR Dry & Lime | Image: FELLR

2. FELLR

Price: from AU$23.50 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Full-bodied, hoppy, and perfectly carbonated with fine bubbles. Doesn’t taste artificial in the slightest which is our main complaint about the big overseas brands.This is a brewed seltzer so expect hoppier flavours than your clean and crisp options like White Claw. If you don’t like beer, there’s a good chance you won’t appreciate this style.

Proof there’s nothing better than a locally-brewed Aussie seltzer, FELLR is one of our favourite seltzers thanks to its full-bodied hoppy flavours. While some brands on the market seem to taste grossly artificial and sugary, these folks know how to create a good drink from scratch with a base of rice and corn that’s fermented using the same method as beer. Our favourite flavour is watermelon, however, you can’t go wrong with passionfruit. If you’re looking for a bigger kick, check out the FELLR Double Double with 6.5% ABV in lemon or passionfruit.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Product image of White Claw Natural Lime
White Claw Natural Lime | Image: White Claw

3. White Claw

Price: from AU$19.95 / pack of 4

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ProsCons
There’s a reason White Claw is one of the most popular hard seltzer brands for a reason. Introduced in 2016, it comes in twelve flavours and is still one of the most well-known brands on the market. It’s available almost anywhere and is gluten-free. White Claw is made using natural ingredients with no artificial sweeteners. While that is all well and good from a health standpoint, it means that White Claw is a little lower in flavour than some of its competitors. If you prefer your hard seltzer to taste like seltzer, that’s the worst thing.

When it comes to hard seltzer brands, there are none more well-known than White Claw. The brand launched seven years ago and currently makes so many flavours it’s hard to keep track, our favourite has to be the classic Mango or Watermelon. All are made with a gluten-free malted alcohol base with fruit flavours added. Look out for the new SURGE flavours at 6.5% if you want something with a little more kick.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.3
Alcohol volume: 4.5%
Country: USA

Product image of Hard Fizz Piña Colada
Hard Fizz Piña Colada | Image: Hard Fizz

4. Hard Fizz

Price: from AU$90 / case of 16

ProsCons
Hard Fizz is all about being natural and as healthy as possible while still providing that alcohol kick we all enjoy. It’s made with only natural flavours, it’s vegan friendly, only 77 calories per serving, 99% sugar-free, and gluten-freeThe only problem with Hard Fizz is that it’s a little over-the-top with its flavours. We’re talking Lychee & Apple, Passionfruit & Guava, and Watermelon & Berry. You better enjoy the two flavours you selected or enjoy tropical flavours or this isn’t the hard seltzer for you.

If you’re a hard seltzer drinker who enjoys an intermingling of flavours, Hard Fizz is for you. Along with the aforementioned flavours, the brand also produces Pina Colada, Orange & Mango, Tropical Pineapple, and, if you need a pick me up, Fizz X Energy Grape & Strawberry. The brand even makes non-hard seltzer products like their lager called Fizz Frothy Beer.

Size: 330ml
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Product image of Saintly Blessed Lime
Saintly Blessed Lime | Image: Saintly

5. Saintly

Price: from AU$19.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
All holy jokes aside, Saintly Hard Seltzer is vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and made with zero sugar, zero carbs, and is an all-natural product. Add to that, the brand’s schtick with the drink is a “miracle” and “blessed with the flavour of the forbidden fruit” adds a fun element to this flavourful hard seltzer. If you’re looking for something sweet and super punchy (maybe a little artificial), look elsewhere.

This Australian-made beverage brand has taken a tongue-in-cheek approach to crafting hard seltzer. They reference the fact that they can’t call the hard seltzer “holy water” legally, but you can. It’s a fun gimmick, but the brand makes a good product. One of our favourites is its Blessed Lime that’s infused with “zesty natural lime”.

Size: 250ml
Standard drinks: 0.8-1.2
Alcohol volume: 4-6% depending on flavour
Country: Australia

Product image of Moon Dog Fizzer Tropical Crush
Moon Dog Fizzer Tropical Crush | Image: Moon Dog Fizzer

6. Moon Dog Fizzer

Price: from AU$18.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
This low-calorie, low-carb, vegan-friendly, low-gluten alcoholic seltzer brand is a favourite of ours for its light, fruity, and very refreshing flavours. Unlike ready-to-drink cocktails, they aren’t tooth-achingly sweet. While some brands are point-blank gluten-free, Moon Dog states that its hard seltzer has “low gluten”. We don’t know how that would work out for drinkers with gluten allergies or Coeliac disease.

Moon Dog Fizzer is not only a humorously named brand, it’s an all-around fun brand. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at its various flavours. Tropical Crush, Raspberry Sorbet, Pink Flamingo, Lemon Squeezy, and Piney Limey are just a few of the unique, delicious flavours. All are high in flavour, low in calories and a crushable 4% ABV.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Product image of Smirnoff Seltzer Passion Fruit
Smirnoff Seltzer Passion Fruit | Image: Smirnoff Seltzer

7. Smirnoff Seltzer

Price: from AU$25.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Its hard seltzers have zero sugar and are only 90 calories per can. They also come in a variety of flavours with our favourite being their lemonade and spicy and sweet seltzers. Like with everything Smirnoff does, its hard seltzers are a little “extra” for some drinkers. There are no light, refreshing flavours mixed into the Pink Lemonade, Spicy Tamarind, and Pineapple Jalapeno flavours.

Smirnoff was one of the first to get into the RTD market with Smirnoff Ice years ago. It recently joined the world of hard seltzer. This is a brand for drinkers who prefer their hard seltzers to have unique, exotic flavours. There are a handful of lemonade hard seltzers, including Peach Lemonade and Blue Raspberry Lemonade along with a spicy and sweet line of hard seltzers called “Poco Pico Pack” that includes flavours like Mango Chili and Spicy Margarita.

Size: 250ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 5%
Country: Australia

Product image of Staple Vodka Soda Lime
Staple Vodka Soda Lime | Image: Staple

8. Staple

Price: from AU$65 / pack of 12

ProsCons
This Australian brand makes its drinks with only natural flavour. They’re all gluten-free, low-calorie, vegan-friendly, and with only two flavours to choose from it’s easy to make a decision: Vodka Soda Lime and Gin Soda Cucumber. They’re light, crisp, and a very sessionable 4.2% alcohol by volume. You won’t regret drinking a few of these bad boys. If you don’t like the idea of drinking Vodka Soda Lime or Gin Soda Cucumber, you’re simply out of luck. Maybe they’ll launch more in the future. But for now, these are your only two options.

Technically not a hard seltzer brand. It’s hard seltzer adjacent. Staple sells only two products: Vodka Soda Lime and Gin Soda Cucumber. It’s a simple, no-frills brand based on the idea that a great-tasting alcoholic beverage doesn’t need a silly over-the-top name or ridiculous flavours to succeed. It’s just about drinking a refreshing alcoholic beverage with your best mates.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.1
Alcohol volume: 4.2%
Country: Australia

Product image of Pals Vodka, Watermelon, Mint and Soda
Pals Vodka, Watermelon, Mint and Soda | Image: Pals

9. Pals

Price: from AU$23.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Made with premium spirits and real fruit, Pals is as natural as alcoholic beverages get. It’s all-natural, vegan-friendly, low in sugar, and gluten-free. To add to that, it’s made without any artificial sweeteners, flavours, or other ingredients. It comes in a wide variety of flavours including Chilli Margarita and Gin Citrus Twist, and Watermelon, Mint, Soda. Being such a smooth drink it’s difficult to find anything we don’t like about Pal’s. If we had to point the finger at something it’s the fact they don’t have a strong alcoholic option, we’d like to see something over 6% ABV.

This brand is called Pals because it was created by friends Nick Marshall, Mat Croad, and Jay and Anna Reeve. It all began because the group wanted an alcoholic drink to share with friends and family during all the good times that call for a boozy drink. They couldn’t find one they liked so they decided to start their brand. And like that, Pals was born.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.2
Alcohol volume: 4.5%
Country: Australia

Product image of Wolf Lane Tropical Gin Seltzer Mango
Wolf Lane Tropical Gin Seltzer Mango | Image: Wolf Lane Distillery

10. Wolf Lane Gin Seltzer

Price: from AU$25.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
If you’re a gin fan, Wolf Lane has you covered. While sipping and mixing with gin is all well and good, it’s even better when it’s in seltzer form. The distillery’s Gin Seltzer Wild Berry is vegan-friendly, has no added sugar, and is loaded with gin and ripe berry flavour. It’s also a larger 375ml can which makes it bigger than any other on our list.While the brand previously made Tropical Gin and Mango Seltzer, the Wild Berry is currently the only hard seltzer we can find online so your choices are limited. It’s also a touch more expensive than other options on our list so not quite as session-able, more of a luxury option.

Wolf Lane is an artisanal, Australian, award-winning distillery that makes myriad products including gins, ready-to-drink cocktails, and liqueurs. But, while we’re all about sipping on those other products, and are intrigued by its limited-edition Christmas Pudding Gin, today is all about the brand’s gin seltzer. Specifically, it’s Gin Seltzer Wild Berry.

Size: 375ml
Standard drinks: 1.2
Alcohol volume: 4.5%
Country: Australia

Product image of W Seltzer Tropical Mango Hard Seltzer
W Seltzer Tropical Mango Hard Seltzer | Image: W Seltzer

11. W Seltzer

Price: from AU$19.49 / pack of 4

ProsCons
When a hard seltzer is produced by a well-known craft brewery, you can bet it’s pretty good. Wayward Brewing makes W Seltzer and produces flavours like Juicy Peach, Classic Lime, Summer Berries, and Tropical Mango.Unlike some brands, W Hard Seltzer is brewed like a beer. It can take as long as three weeks to make it. It’s made with a rice base and does have one gram of sugar (some brands are sugar-free). None of these things are bad, but they are something to keep in mind when you drink a W Hard Seltzer.

This Sydney-based brand makes its hard seltzer like a craft beer. They’re brewed at Wayward Brewing Company and are low-carb, low-sugar, low-calorie, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly. All in all, W Seltzer is doing things the right way. While it makes a variety of hard seltzers, if we were only going to drink one, it would be the brunch-centric, Juicy Peach.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.1
Alcohol volume: 4.3%
Country: Australia

Product image of Rainbird Lemon & Lime
Rainbird Lemon & Lime | Image: Rainbird

12. Rainbird

Price: from AU$25.49 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Rainbird is crisp, refreshing, and sublimely thirst-quenching with flavours like Blackberry, Watermelon, Cranberry, Black Cherry, and Lemon & Lime. More importantly, their entire range is 6% ABV or higher which is great if you’re looking for something with extra kick.While it’s undeniably refreshing, Rainbird is more of an alcoholic sparkling water than a classic, boozy, brewed-flavoured hard seltzer.

These alcoholic seltzers are a mix of Australian sparkling water, a premium spirit (depending on flavour), and just a hint of natural flavour. They’re low in sugar, and low in calories, and come in a variety of flavours including Lemon & Lime, Cranberry, Passionfruit, and more.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.6
Alcohol volume: 6%
Country: Australia

Gravity seltzers
Gravity Seltzer Co. Ginger | Image: Gravity Seltzer Co.

13. Gravity Seltzer Co.

Price: from AU$75 / case of 16

ProsCons
The flavour options are perfect, including Blood Orange, Melon, Kiwi & Guava, and even Ginger which is a personal favourite.Watch out for the non-alcoholic seltzers if you’re looking for something with a punch. They stand out with black cans and ‘0%’ branding so it’s not too hard to miss.

Gravity Seltzer Co. was crafted to be a seltzer for drinkers who enjoy spending time outdoors, waking up early, and sipping on delicious beverages after their day is through. Low in calories and organic, they make their seltzers with a craft beer mentality. This isn’t just a hard seltzer brand though. Many of its flavours are also available in alcohol-free varieties. It’s all about flavour and refreshment when it comes to Gravity.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Product image of Island Mist Guilt Free Seltzer Passion Fruit
Island Mist Guilt Free Seltzer Passion Fruit | Image: Island Mist

14. Island Mist

Price: from AU$26.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Island Mist is a brand for those drinkers looking for a healthier option in a crowded hard seltzer marketplace. They make a flavour to suit every drinker. From Lime to Passionfruit to Tropical to Watermelon, they have something for everyone.While Island Mist has a flavour for every drinker, the options are fairly limited. If you don’t like the four hard seltzers they produce, you’re out of luck.

Island Mist touts itself as a “guilt-free” hard seltzer. Made on the South Coast of Australia, the brand strives to make hard seltzer for drinkers looking for a healthier option. The hard seltzers are made from Australian sparkling mineral water, all-natural ingredients, and triple distilled spirits. This brand doesn’t brew its products like beer, instead opting to let the spirits do the heavy lifting.

Size: 300ml
Standard drinks: 1.5
Alcohol volume: 6%
Country: Australia

Product image of Good Tides Hard Seltzer Lemon Lime
Good Tides Hard Seltzer Lemon Lime | Image: Good Tides Hard Seltzer

15. Good Tides Hard Seltzer

Price: from AU$13 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Good Tides is just that, good. Made without any sugar, artificial sweeteners, and at only 85 calories per can, it’s a great, healthy, flavourful option as a respite from the usual lagers and other alcoholic beverage choices. It comes in a handful of flavours including Mango, Raspberry, Lemon Lime, and Tropical Passionfruit.If you’re not a fan of vodka-based drinks, this isn’t the hard seltzer for you. Also, like many brands, the options are fairly limited with only four flavours currently available.

While many brands brew hard seltzer-like beer or add neutral grain spirits (or simply don’t tell you the spirit they use) Good Tides prides itself as Australia’s first vodka-based sugar-free hard seltzer. This low-calorie option is made with premium, triple-distilled vodka and all of its flavour is natural. Named for the “refreshment” of Australia’s ocean waves, Island Mist comes in a variety of crisp, refreshing flavours.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.1
Alcohol volume: 4.3%
Country: Australia

Alternatives to These Seltzers

These are the hard seltzers that didn’t quite make the top of our list.

Product image of Billson's Sour Blueberry
Billson’s Sour Blueberry | Image: Billson’s

Billson’s Beverages

Price: from AU$28 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Choosing your favourite Billson’s is easy: pick the spirit you prefer and find a flavour you enjoy. Unlike some brands that have three or four options, between gin and vodka, Billson’s makes more than 100 options (yes you read that right).There are almost too many flavours to choose from. Add to that, they don’t technically make a hard seltzer in the traditional sense.

Billson’s Beverages is Australia’s oldest and longest-running beverage maker with an inception in 1865. It makes a variety of products including beer, premixed cocktails, soda, springwater, premixed gin, premixed vodka, traditional cordial, and more. While it doesn’t technically make any hard seltzer, its gin and vodka drinks made with Alpine spring water are very similar.

Size: 355ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 3.5%
Country: Australia

Product image of 'Ray Hard Seltzer Black Cherry
‘Ray Hard Seltzer Black Cherry | Image: ‘Ray Hard Seltzer

Ray Hard Seltzer

Price: from AU$19 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Ray makes thirst-quenching, crisp alcoholic sparkling water with minimal sugar and natural flavours. It’s gluten-reduced and vegan-friendly and comes in three flavours. At only 88 calories per can, these refreshers are surprisingly light yet flavourful.The only downfall (like some of the others on this list) is that it’s a naturally brewed seltzer. So, if you don’t like the hoppy malted taste of beer this is one to steer clear of.

The makers of Ray Hard Seltzer want drinkers to know that their hard seltzers are brewed like beer and definitely don’t contain any vodka (unlike some of their competitors). It’s made with real fruit and while it’s gluten-free, it’s made in a brewery that also processes gluten. They are also low in calories (88 to be exact), low in carbs, and low in sugar. It’s made at Hop Nation Brewery, an independently owned-brewery in Melbourne.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1.2
Alcohol volume: 4.5%
Country: Australia

Product image of Delvi Pink Grapefruit Tequila Paloma
Delvi Pink Grapefruit Tequila Paloma | Image: Delvi

Delvi

Price: from AU$19.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Made with natural ingredients and partnering with sustainable farmers, Delvi is making cleaner hard seltzers for fans of refreshing beverages, healthy choices, and the great outdoors. We love their Pink Grapefruit Tequila Paloma, but its hard seltzers that stand out with exceptional flavours: Wild Berry, Watermelon Bush Mint, and Blood Orange Passion.It’s quite hard to find in-store as it’s not widely distributed in large bottleshops. Again, the unique flavours are bought on a trial-and-error basis. We recommend the Watermelon Bush Mint if you’re looking for a refreshing option.

You might be surprised to learn that Delvi isn’t someone’s last name or an interesting translation. It comes from the Urban Dictionary, and it means “keeping it real 100%”. The folks at Delvi are all about keeping it real. Their goal was to make a cleaner, low-sugar, low-carb alternative to the usual beer, wine, and sugary ready-to-drink cocktails. They did exactly that, making a healthier choice for outdoorsy drinkers who play as hard as they work.

Size: 250ml
Standard drinks: 0.8
Alcohol volume: 4.2%
Country: Australia

Product image of Coast Hard Seltzer Sour Cherry Bellini
Coast Hard Seltzer Sour Cherry Bellini | Image: Coast Hard Seltzer

Coast Hard Seltzer

Price: from AU$19.99 / pack of 4

ProsCons
Coast Hard Seltzer is all about relaxing on a beach, feeling the ocean breeze, all while imbibing a delicious hard seltzer. Coast comes in myriad flavours including Grapefruit Margarita, Sour Cherry Bellini, Blood Orange, and even Lime. Add to that, the brand makes a handful of non-alcoholic seltzers as well.The brand makes enough flavours to satisfy every drinker, but its downfall is that, unlike some of the more well-known brands, it’s more difficult to find and you can’t just grab a 4-pack at your neighbourhood store.

Created to be an alcoholic seltzer to bring to the beach when you kick off your sandals and bury your feet in the warming sand, Coast Hard Seltzer got its name because it’s “embodiment of the coastal lifestyle”. It’s made like a craft beer with the head brewer Renn even having a background in beer brewing before moving to hard seltzer.

Size: 330ml
Standard drinks: 1
Alcohol volume: 4%
Country: Australia

Why You Should Trust Our List

Our list of the best seltzers was decided upon by our in-house drinks expert Christopher Osburn and seltzer snob Ben McKimm who has personally tasted every option on this list. From there, the duo ranked each seltzer on flavour profile and value-for-money, while also considering calories, carbs, and quality of alcohol. Most importantly, this list is not sponsored and no brand has paid for its position on this list as per our editorial policy.

What is a Seltzer?

Our US friends will know this alcoholic beverage is somewhat of a mainstay. Revenue of the sparkling, flavoured drink is expected to grow beyond US$1 Billion by 2027 in Australia indicating a huge market shift for consumers searching for a healthier option.

In its most basic form, hard seltzer isn’t just another low-quality pre-mixed vodka. There are two main ways to brew the beverage. First, a simple spiked-water method, or second, a more immersive fermentation approach that sees brands employ a type of rice fermentation, which means the alcohol is naturally occurring as opposed to just adding vodka at the end. From there, it can be infused with real lime or passionfruit, eliminating the need for sugary mixers.

This, in turn, gives hard seltzer a more calorie-friendly finish, as opposed to carb-heavy beer or sugary ready-to-drink pre-mixed cans. Most hard seltzers will contain only around 100 calories and 2 grams of carbohydrates per 12-ounce can, making them better for you in terms of macronutrients. According to reports, fifth-generation brewer Nick Shields invented the beverage style with Spiked Seltzer, in Westport, Connecticut, and brewed the first commercial batches in November 2013.

Types of Seltzers

  • Spirit-based: These are the most commonly produced of the categories. This method involves adding an alcohol base to the sparkling liquid either early in the production process or significantly after. This can also be referred to as ‘spiking’ and is the simplest way to create alcoholic components. These seltzers tend to be a little lighter and more carbonated than other categories.
  • Brewed: This involves a familiar process that is not unlike beer brewing. This form of the drink results in a sparkling naturally brewed alcoholic beverage with a complex profile that is designed to be easy to drink. Like a beer, it will feature a clean, crisp finish and may even be lightly hopped.
  • Fermented: These utilise a slightly different production method that is more akin to traditional distillation. In this category, most producers will use a sugar-based fermentation that produces a neutral alcohol base that is often flavoured with fruit or other aromatics. Fermented seltzer brewing is a more complicated process than spiking, however, it can result in a stronger, more balanced finished product with a greater depth of flavour.
  • Malted: This is an emerging category that borrows from traditional whisky production. Certain brands, such as Bud Light’s Lime-A-Ritas, use malted barley to create its base spirit, which can then be utilised in a seltzer release. Unconventional, this process is usually reserved for the big end of town or those with the logistical capabilities to make it work.

Your FAQs Answered

What kind of alcohol is hard Seltzer?

Most hard seltzers’ main alcoholic ingredient is vodka, however, in some hard seltzer brands, the alcohol comes from fermented cane sugar, which is made in a similar process to beer, except flavours and carbonation are added.

Is a seltzer better for you than a beer?

From a nutrition standpoint, spiked seltzers do tend to have fewer calories and carbohydrates compared to most beers and mixed drinks. As a general rule, most hard seltzers will contain only around 100 calories and 2 grams of carbohydrates per 12-ounce can, making them better for you in terms of macronutrients.

Can you buy a White Claw seltzer in Australia?

Yes, we have the full range of basic White Claw seltzers in Australia, including the new Surge variants that are higher in alcohol at 6% ABV.

Updates to This List

Here’s a chronological list of updates we’ve made to this list over time as our testing process continues:

  • 09/01/2024: Original list created with top seltzers selected.
  • 05/02/2024: MODE seltzers take the number 1 spot as we prefer the native Australian flavours over those offered by FELLR. The list was also condensed to 15 options with our least favourite seltzers listed as alternatives.

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Christopher Osburn

Christopher Osburn is a pop culture, travel, food, and drinks writer located in New York. He's been writing professionally since 2006 when he got a job as a beer columnist at his local newspaper. Since then, the culture and drinks expert has written for Men's Journal, Thrillist, Esquire, Food & Wine, Uproxx, Matador, Maxim, and many more sites and magazines.

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Ben McKimm

Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.