These Michelob Ultra Flavors Are Fruity and Keto-Friendly

It can be hard to stay on the low-carb wagon when beer is off limits. Michelob Ultra just made your keto dreams come true.

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Outdoor temps are finally starting to rise, and what just might be better than sunny days and T-shirts? Beer. Our friends at Corona have already kicked off the fruity trend with tropical flavors, but competitors aren’t far behind.

If you’re watching what you eat but can’t help craving a cold one, no worries. Michelob Ultra wants you to enjoy a brew or two without the guilt. The brand has the perfect flavors in stores (and online) just in time for warm weather. Your tastebuds won’t believe cactus—yes, cactus—could taste so good.

What Are the Flavors?

Michelob Ultra Infusions are as unique as they come, and they can be in-hand right now. Lime & Prickly Pear Cactus was the first to hit shelves last year, and we fell in love at first sip. It’s a refreshing twist on one of our favorite fruits. There’s also a Pomegranate & Agave flavor, if you prefer your boozy bevvie with a little more sweetness.

This line debuted shortly after the release of the low-calorie Michelob Ultra Pure Gold, which we first saw in 2018.

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Michelob Ultra’s mission is to “deliver on consumer demands for the taste of real, exotic fruits in a light beer.” This means delivering sweet and tangy tastes for only 95 calories and 5 grams of carbs per guilt-free bottle. All flavors are sold in either a bottled 12-pack, 6-pack or 12 slim cans. Each serving contains 4% alcohol.

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Where to Find Michelob Ultra Infusions

Michelob Ultra Infusions are already in stores and online. You can find the Lime & Prickly Pear Cactus flavor on Drizly for just $16 per 12-pack. As for the Pomegranate & Agave, HEB is your best bet, selling 6-packs at just $10 a pop. If you’d rather load up your cart in person, check out the alcohol section of your nearest supermarket or the beer aisle liquor store. These are the flavors summer isn’t complete without.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.