Here's what you need to know about the drink.
This is a solid selfie, healthier alternative to beer, which Mike & # 39; s Hard Lemonade producer Mark Anthony Brands launched in 2016. It is made from a blend of carbonated water, alcohol and fruity aroma. Fragrances include black cherry, mango and natural lime.
Of course, it comes in a sweet, thin can, but it's still an adult drink. You must be at least 21 years old to enjoy it in the United States. Because there are laws when you drink nails.
Water and alcohol? What does that taste like?
It's … complicated.
First, there is a fruity aroma to the drink, but then comes the carbonation along with the reminder that there is only a "hint" of taste. The base of the drink is still water.
This is not a drink you definitely want to smear. Sparkling water can erode the enamel of your teeth. Carbon dioxide, which makes the water bubble, becomes carbonic acid in the mouth and can be detrimental to the health of your teeth.
Can I get a hangover from him?
Well, that includes alcohol. Drinking responsibly involves knowing when the time is giving up so you don't have to deal with side effects such as headaches, fatigue, dehydration ̵
1; you get the idea, all the things that make you feel bad.
But knowledge is power, right? The best way to avoid a hangover is not to drink alcohol or drink moderately and be aware of the risks of consuming many of it.
Why does the white claw leak?
 The White Claw summer was determined because on Friday, the firm seltzer brand confirmed a shortage across the country due to the popularity of the drink.
"We work around the clock to increase supply given the rapid growth in consumer demand," Sanjiv told CNN Business Gajiwala, senior vice president of marketing at White Claw. "The white nail accelerated faster than anyone could have predicted."
The white nail is the leading beverage in its industry. Beverage sales increased 283% to $ 327.7 million in July compared to the same period last year. Its sales represent nearly 55% of all solid selfie sales for the week of July 4, which is a 200% increase after sales for the fourth of July in 2018, according to Nielsen.
Why do people like it so much?
The wave of the White Claw becomes a fun joke as people create memoirs of T-shirts and even parody videos for the quick rise to fame of the drink.
There are two reasons why the drink is attractive to some drinkers.
For starters, more people are looking for drinks with fewer calories and less sugar. With just 100 calories, drinking white nails can still produce a similar alcohol content, typically about 5% by volume of alcohol. It falls into the gluten-free trend as it is marketed as a gluten-free drink.
So if you're on a low-calorie, gluten-free diet, the White Nail fits the bill.
Is this one kind?
There are many other beverage options like White Claw. Natural Light is an affordable hard selfie marketed for college drinkers. Four Loco's teased a new hard selfie with 14% alcohol, three times more than White Nail. Coca-Cola even delights in the game of hard selfies with its drink Lemon-do.
The solid tendency of selfies does not seem to fade soon.
Jordan Walinski contributed to this report.