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The Best Henry's Hard Sparkling Water Flavors

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Made with zero grams of sugar and infused with a range of refreshing flavors, Henry’s Hard Sparkling Water is one of the most popular sparkling hard seltzer lines on the market. That’s why we’re ranking the best Henry’s Hard flavors. Want to know how many calories are in a can or what the alcohol content is? We’ve got you covered. In addition to adding images, we’ve also included the nutritional value and ingredients for each.

What’s your favorite Henry’s Hard Sparkling Water flavor? With refreshing options like Blueberry Lemon, Strawberry Kiwi, and Peach Mango, these drinks contain only 88 calories a can, which makes them one of the lowest-calorie hard drinks available. 

Be sure to vote up the best Henry’s Hard Sparkling Water flavors so other readers can see which options to try first.

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    Henry's Blueberry Lemon

    ABV: 4.2%

    Sugar: 0

    Carbs: 1.6g

    Calories: 88

    Ingredients: water, corn syrup (dextrose), barley malt, yeast, hop extract, citric acid, sodium citrate and natural flavors.

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    Henry's Lemon Lime

    ABV: 4.2%

    Sugar: 0

    Carbs: 1.6g

    Calories: 88

    Ingredients: Water, corn syrup (dextrose), barley malt, yeast, hop extract, citric acid, sodium citrate and natural flavor

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    Henry's Strawberry Kiwi

    ABV: 4.2%

    Sugar: 0

    Carbs: 1.7g

    Calories: 88

    Ingredients: water, corn syrup (dextrose), barley malt, yeast, hop extract, citric acid, sodium citrate and natural flavors.

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    Henry's Pineapple

    ABV: 4.2%

    Sugar: 0

    Carbs: 1.6g

    Calories: 88

    Ingredients: water, corn syrup (dextrose), barley malt, yeast, hop extract, citric acid, sodium citrate and natural flavors.

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