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Hey Y’All Southern Style Hard Iced Teas Review

The Beer Maven, A.K.A. Sondra Baker, reviews Hey Y’all Southern Style Hard Iced Tea as part of her Summer Patio Crushables series.

Hey Y’All Southern Style Hard Iced Teas Review

About Hey Y’all Hard Southern Style Iced Tea in Vancouver, British Columbia:

Down south, tea is always served iced & hard! Hey Y’all hard iced teas are brewed with genuine black tea and lightly sweetened. Brewed for summer barbecues and front porch sippin’. Best paired with sun rays and good friends. The original southern style hard iced tea brand since 2013 and is located in Vancouver, BC.

Hey Y’all Hard Iced Tea: Beer, cider or vodka?

At first glance, Hey Y’alls look a lot like beer, or could easily get confused as a cider, but these are actually hard iced teas. In most provinces in Canada, these teas are vodka-based drinks. In other areas, Hey Y’alls are made from flavoured malt.

Are Hey Y’all Hard Iced Teas Gluten Free?

It depends on where you live! In every Canadian province, except Ontario and Quebec, Hey Y’alls are made from a corn-based vodka and are 100% gluten free. In Ontario, Quebec and across the United States, Hey Y’all is made from a malt base and not considered gluten free.

 

Hey Y’all Hard Iced Tea Reviews by The Beer Maven

 

Southern Style Hard Iced Tea – Hey Y’allhey-yall-southern-tea-hard-iced-tea_1462378519

Brewed with black tea and slightly sweetened with cane sugar. This tea unfortunately does not come with a front porch swing but it should. Enjoy this original hard iced tea over ice at your favorite outdoor spot. True old fashioned ice tea flavour without the heavy sweetness.
ABV%: 5

 

Georgia Peach Hard Iced Tea – Hey Y’allhey-yall-southern-tea-georgia-peach-hard-iced-tea_1462378978

The flavour of Georgia peaches is not overpowering but deliciously balanced with southern style iced tea. Perfectly paired with suntanning, and any outdoor activity. Best enjoyed in a bikini or with someone wearing one.
ABV%: 5

 

Half & Half Hard Iced Tea and Lemonade – Hey Y’allhey-yall-southern-tea-hard-iced-tea-lemonade_1462378883

Lemonade & ice tea, summers two favorite drinks all grown up. Trust me if you had a lemonade stand with this baby you’d make a mint! For your over 18 neighbours only of course. Pour over ice with a slice of lemon in your favorite glass & invite your friends over stat! Perfect, refreshing drink for hot, summer days.
ABV%: 5

 

Learn more about Hey Y’all’s Southern Style Hard Iced Teas and check out their other hard iced tea options on their JustBeer profile, or check out their website.

 

Now that you know more about Hey Y’all Hard Iced Tea, you can pick our your summer drinks! check out more posts that will get you prepped for summer patios:

Review of Summer Beers From Breweries Under 49th Parallel Group
5 Summer Beer Sangria Recipes
The Beer Maven’s Top 4 “Crushable” Beers to Sip on a Patio
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