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The Perfect Ending to a Summer Day: White Claw Seltzer and Fish Tacos

Summer is here!  It is the best time of the year to be outside training in upstate New York.  Long bike rides in the Catskill Mountains, swims in the clear blue lake and runs through the wooded trails, all with the promise of a healthy meal and cold drinks at the end of the day.  One of our favorite summer spreads on days like this is our Good Enough Fish Tacos - easy to prepare, light and fresh.  Pair the tacos with an ice cold White Claw hard seltzer on a warm summer evening to cap off the end of a day outdoors. 

Hard seltzer, you ask?  Yes!!  White Claw Hard Seltzer hits the shelves at grocery stores nationwide today. We had the opportunity to test it out over the weekend and loved it. White Claw is bubbly water with a kick (5% ABV).  It is flavored with a hint of natural fruit juice (lemon lime, ruby grapefruit, and black cherry) and a little pure cane sugar. Instead of having to mix up a drink, you can just pop open a can and enjoy.  At $9.99 for a 6-pack, White Claw is a great alternative to beer.  This is especially true for those of us who have a gluten free diet but still want to enjoy a cold, fizzy drink with that chips and dip appetizer.  

We think the lemon lime White Claw pairs perfectly with the Mexican flavor profile of our fish tacos.  You can do most of the prep work ahead of time so you'll be ready to go after working out. That way you can get straight to the eating and drinking!  

That's our idea of the perfect summer day - enjoying the outdoors, a great meal and a cold drink.

**This is a sponsored post on behalf of White Claw Seltzer Works.  All thoughts and opinions are our own.** 

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