Devil’s Foot Beverage Company debuts craft sodas made exclusively for local music venues

The Soundwave Series gives concert-goers delectable and unique nonalcoholic options.

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Sip on this sparkling cran-lime soda at your next Rabbit Rabbit show.

Photo via Devil’s Foot Beverage

Devil’s Foot Beverage Company has partnered with local music venues to create the Soundwave Series, four nonalcoholic craft sodas brewed with fresh fruits, roots, and spices and made exclusively for each venue.

Here are the delicious details on each bev:

  • The Orange Peel Sparking Orange is flavored with navel + blood oranges and organic limes. Get a taste at the release party on Friday, March 16 at The Mule, with music from Erykah Badu tribute act Orange Moon.
Two cans of sparkling orange soda are placed next to each other with whole and cut oranges in the background.

Quench your thirst with this sparkling orange soda at your next Orange Peel show.

Photo via Darby Communications

  • The Rabbit Rabbit Sparkling Cran-Lime, brewed with fresh cranberries and lime, is available to start sipping on Monday, March 25.
  • The Salvage Station Sparkling Mango is made with fresh mango and organic lemons — the flavor will make its debut on Monday, April 1 (and that’s no April Fools prank).
  • Last but certainly not least, brewed in partnership with The Grey Eagle, the ‘Don’t Call Me Shirley’ Cherry Ginger Beer boasts organic ginger root and fresh-pressed sour cherries — it rolls out on Monday, April 15.

And while all the sodas contain organic cane sugar and SC honey, the sweetest part is that a portion of the proceeds will benefit Asheville Music Professionals in its mission of providing education, advocacy, and collaboration to the people working in WNC’s music industry.

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