Northside Brewery Urban Artifact Launches Line of Fruit Tart Seltzers

You can admit you're excited about this one.

click to enlarge Urban Artifact's new fruit tart seltzer flavors include orange creamsicle, cranberry-and-grape, and a variety pack with more flavors. - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY URBAN ARTIFACT
Photo: Provided by Urban Artifact
Urban Artifact's new fruit tart seltzer flavors include orange creamsicle, cranberry-and-grape, and a variety pack with more flavors.

Seltzer fans rejoice: the trend is alive and well as Urban Artifact announces the addition of fruit tart seltzers to its portfolio. The seltzers originally debuted as limited releases, but will now be available year-round.

Urban Artifact first established their signature beer style — the midwest fruit tart — and then continued in the fruit niche to develop seltzers.

The inventive craft brewery prides itself on using only real fruit in its seltzers, ensuring each brew is "delicious and uncompromisingly real, with no flavorings or sweeteners," per a release. Current flavors are orange creamsicle, cranberry-and-grape or a variety pack, which also includes black cherry, strawberry and lemon flavors. 

These real fruit tart seltzers will be available throughout the year at the Urban Artifact taproom in Northside and at retail distributors. 
click to enlarge Urban Artifact Taproom. - PHOTO: BRITTANY THORNTON
Photo: Brittany Thornton
Urban Artifact Taproom.

Residing in the historic St. Patrick’s church, Urban Artifact's facility is fully equipped with a taproom, space for parties and live music and even a radio station.

Urban Artifact now uses more real fruit than any other brewery in the world, according to a press release. 

The taproom is located at 1660 Blue Rock St., Northside. Check current hours and get more info at artifactbeer.com.


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