Don’t Let Your White Claw Go Bad: Find Out How Long Unrefrigerated Hard Seltzers Last!

White Claw® is a refreshing, low calorie alternative to traditional and other hard seltzers. It is made with natural ingredients like and natural flavors. White Claw® has quickly become one of the most popular and fastest growing alcoholic beverages on the market, with a variety of different flavors to choose from.

But the question remains, do White Claws go bad if not refrigerated? The answer is yes and no. While White Claws can be stored at room temperature, it's best to keep them cold in order to maximize their shelf life. If you do store them at room temperature, they shoud be consumed within 9 months after the date on the package for optimal flavor and quality. Storing them in a cool, dark place will also help preserve their flavor over time.

When it comes to cans or bottles of White Claw®, cans are typically better for long-term storage since they are more airtight than bottles. However, if you do store your cans or bottles at room temperature for too long, the content can start to break down and cause the to go skunky. This will affect both the taste and quality of your White Claw® Hard Seltzer so it's important to take care when storing it!

It's also important to remember that any type of alcoholic beverage should be enjoyed responsibly – so don't forget to stay hydrated while drinking your favorite White Claw® Hard Seltzer!

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Can Hard Seltzer Go Bad Without Refrigeration?

Yes, hard seltzer can go bad if not refrigerated. Unopened hard seltzer can generally maintain quality for up to 9 months after the date on the package when stored at room temperature. However, once opened, it should be consumed within a few days and kept refrigerated to help preserve its flavor and carbonation. If left at room temperature for too long, the flavor and carbonation of hard seltzer can start to diminish and bacteria could begin to grow.

How Long Does a White Claw Remain Fresh After Opening?

White Claw® Hard Seltzer is designed to be enjoyed as soon as possible after opening. As with most alcoholic beverages, the flavor and quality of the drink may start to deteriorate after it has been opened. It is best to enjoy White Claw® Hard Seltzer within a few days of opening, or before the expiration date printed on the can.

How Long Does Hard Seltzer Last Before Going Bad?

White Claw® Hard Seltzer typically has a shelf life of up to one year after the production date. That said, the quality and taste of hard seltzer can deteriorate over time, especially if it's not stored properly. To ensure you're enjoying your White Claw® Hard Seltzer at its best, it's recommended that you consume it within a few months of its production date. To check the batch code and find out when your White Claw® Hard Seltzer was produced, look for the date printed on the bottom of the can.


In conclusion, White Claw® Hard Seltzer is a refreshing and delicious alcoholic seltzer that is perfect for any occasion. With no artificial flavors or sweeteners, White Claw® Hard Seltzer offers an all-natural experience that is sure to delight. When properly stored at room temperature, unopened White Claw® Hard Seltzer can stay at its best quality for up to 9 months before the date on the package. Once opened, it should be consumed within two days for optimal taste and enjoyment. With a variety of flavor options available, there's something for everyone with White Claw® Hard Seltzers!

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.