Back in 2018, twin brothers Vikram and Vivek Nayar began their adventure into brewing hard seltzer in the backyard of their Philly home. A few weeks later, their home in Center City was broken into and robbed… twice. Luckily, their hard seltzer recipe was one of the only things the thieves left behind. The Nayar brothers embraced the series of unfortunate events and thus, Two Robbers Hard Seltzer was born!
What sets them apart?
♦ Two Robbers is fermented with cold-fermented cane sugar (vs. fermented malt), resulting in a GLUTEN FREE hard seltzer with ZERO sugar or sweeteners and only 2g of carbs.
♦ Each 12oz. can contains only 110 calories and has a slightly higher ABV than other brands, clocking in at 5.2%.
♦ Two Robbers is made with 100% all natural ingredients, and offers a lighter and healthier alternative to beer, wine, or spirits.
After a successful launch this past Spring, the brand quickly topped the charts and exploded in stores across the city. It wasn’t long before Two Robbers was ready to break into the New Jersey craft beverage scene. Get ready for this one-of-a-kind hard seltzer, available now in three delicious flavors – Pineapple & Ginger, Watermelon & Cucumber, and Orange & Mango.
A.K.A. the “P.G.” a.k.a. the “PiGi” (pronounced Pie-Guy) a.k.a. the “Pin-Gin.” Our pineapple ginger hard seltzer marries the tropical notes of pineapple with a subtle kick from the ginger. Made with sparkling water, alcohol from cold fermented cane sugar, and natural flavors from real fruit.
Quite simply two of our favorite ingredients in any cocktail, the Watermelon and Cucumber is a perfectly refreshing hard seltzer. Aroma and taste is fairly balanced between the two flavors. Often referred to as the “Wa-Kyu” by local Philadelphians. Made with sparkling water, alcohol from cold fermented cane sugar, and natural flavors from real fruit.
Growing up, our kitchen was always stocked with two fruits – orange and mango. So naturally, this was the first hard seltzer we came out with. A natural and balanced blend of the citrus “sour” and mango “sweetness,” with neither fruit more overpowering than the other. Made with sparkling water, alcohol from cold fermented cane sugar, and natural flavors from real fruit.