Clubby Seltzers wraps up Series A funding round for craft seltzers

Clubby Seltzers, an Oklahoma-based independent craft seltzer said that it has closed its Series A funding round with an undisclosed amount.

The funding round was led by Lane Gibbs and Matt Whitaker, two of the craft seltzer’s founding partners, and a consortium of individual investors, who included Fort Worth’s Cody Campbell and John Sellers from Double Eagle Seltzers Holdco.

Clubby Seltzers said that the funding will help drive the launch of its seltzers in various new states such as Texas, Florida, California, Georgia, Arizona, Colorado, and South Carolina.

Following the launch of the brand last April, Clubby Seltzers had introduced a grape flavor, and will shortly be growing its flavor line-up to a foursome variety pack. The foursome pack will have the original lemon-lime, orange, grape, and raspberry-lemon flavors.

Clubby Seltzers wraps up Series A funding round for craft seltzers

Clubby Seltzers wraps up Series A funding round for craft seltzers. Photo courtesy of Business Wire.

Each of the Clubby Seltzers flavors is said to have electrolytes and 100 calories, 2g sugar, and 5% ABV.

Presently, Clubby Seltzers is distributed in over 540 locations in Oklahoma at major retailers like Whole Foods, Target, Wal-Mart, Reasor’s, and Quik Trip.

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