KINSTON, N.C. (July 22, 2019)Sercy Spiked & Sparkling (Sercy) today officially announced the release of its premier line of spiked seltzer beverages. The all-new offering includes four flavors which are certified USDA Organic, 100 calories, contain zero sugar, and are gluten free.

“Sercy” is a traditional southern word for an unexpected gift, which embodies the spirit of Sercy Spiked & Sparkling: an unexpected gift for your taste buds. Creators Trent Mooring and Stephen Hill, who also founded Mother Earth Brewing in 2008, spent many months perfecting the Orange Raspberry, Mixed Berry, Cucumber Lime, and Peach Lycheee flavors which will make up the initial launch.

“In developing Sercy we wanted to create something that stood head and shoulders above the competition and we believe we’ve achieved that,” said Trent Mooring, president of Sercy. “In a market with a growing number of options for consumers, we believe there is no substitute for a great tasting, natural product which is why we went to such great lengths in developing Sercy. We’re excited for consumers to taste the difference.”

Sercy will be sold in 12-ounce, 12-can variety packs, and each flavor is 5% alcohol by volume. It is produced in Sercy’s own facility in Kinston, N.C. where they bring natural flavors to life in a bright, buoyant beverage suitable for any occasion.

“When you think about how versatile and refreshing spiked seltzers are, it’s easy to understand why consumer demand has been skyrocketing,” said Stephen Hill, chairman and co-founder of Sercy. “The market is reaching a point now where it’s no longer just about having a spiked seltzer, consumers are becoming more discerning and Sercy is setting a new bar for what a great spiked seltzer can be.”

Sercy will initially be available throughout North Carolina, with other states to soon follow. For more information on the brand and where you can find Sercy, visit and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.



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