Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does “DRY” mean?

A: DRY means “less sweet,” as in a “dry wine” or “dry cider”. DRY Sparkling sodas have about 60% less sugar per serving than traditional soda and juice. DRY Zero Sugar sodas are less sweet than traditional diet sodas and include just a touch of organic stevia leaf extract.

Q: Can I buy DRY Sparkling or DRY Zero Sugar Sodas online?

A: Yes – you can buy both via Amazon.com

Q: What ingredients are used in DRY Sparkling and DRY Zero Sugar sodas?

A: Please find a list of ingredients per product/flavor on our DRY Sparkling and DRY Zero Sugar soda flavor pages. You can find also find detailed nutrition information for all of our products here.

Q: Where can I buy DRY Soda Co. products?

A: DRY Soda Co. products are available nationwide in fine restaurants, hotels, and retail stores including Target, Kroger, Fred Meyer, QFC, King Sooper’s, Fry’s, Smith’s, Ralph’s Safeway, Amazon.com, and more. Visit our store locator at drysoda.com/find-us/, enter your zip code, then select the products you are seeking to find where they are sold near you!

Q: Why can’t I buy all DRY Soda Co. flavors/products at my local grocery store?

A: Each store decides which flavors they carry, so the selection can vary. Please let your store manager know you’re interested in a certain flavor, as they will be very receptive to hearing what you would like to purchase.

Q: Where is DRY Soda Co. based?

A: Seattle, Washington.

Q: Does DRY Sparkling soda expire?

A: Yes – you can find best-buy dates on all DRY Soda Co. products. They are listed on the bottom of DRY Soda Co. cans and lightly etched into the glass on the neck of DRY Sparkling bottles.

Q: Where can I find DRY Soda Co. on social media?

A: Twitter: @drysoda
Instagram: @drysoda
Facebook: facebook.com/drysoda
LinkedIn: DRY Soda

Q: What’s the difference between DRY Sparkling and DRY Zero Sugar sodas?

A: DRY Sparkling sodas contain a touch of cane sugar, while DRY Zero Sugar sodas are sweetened with organic stevia leaf extract. All DRY Sparkling sodas are caffeine-free, but two flavors of DRY Zero Sugar – Cola and Peach Tea – contain 45 mg of caffeine. DRY Sparkling sodas are available in single flavor varieties, while all DRY Zero Sugar sodas contain a blend of flavors.

DRY Sparkling Questions:

Q: What is DRY Sparkling soda?

A: DRY Sparkling Soda is a lightly sweet, culinary-inspired soda. Made with just a touch of cane sugar, each DRY variety honors a singular botanical flavor. DRY Sparkling Soda’s full line is available in Cucumber, Vanilla, Lavender, Rainier Cherry, Blood Orange, Fuji Apple, Ginger and new Watermelon. DRY Sparkling sodas are Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten-free, OU Kosher certified, caffeine-free, sodium-free, and made without artificial flavors or added colors. Each flavor is great sipped on its own, paired with a meal, or mixed into a cocktail.

Q: What are “natural flavors?”

A: “Natural flavor” is a term that’s required by the FDA to describe any flavor that comes from naturally occurring sources. DRY Sparkling uses Non-GMO Project verified flavors and the flavors in DRY Zero Sugar soda are both USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project verified, so you can be sure that we use the best ingredients available.

Q: Why do you use phosphoric acid / what is it?

A: Phosphoric acid is a naturally occurring acid. It’s used in DRY Sparkling Soda as a clean preservative and to add “bite” to the flavor profile. Phosphoric acid also naturally occurs in meats, cheeses, beans, and many other foods.

DRY Zero Sugar Questions:

Q: What is DRY Zero Sugar soda?

A: DRY Zero Sugar sodas are one of the first USDA Organic, sugar-free sodas. Available in four trend-leading flavors – Cola, Peach Tea, Island Fruit, and Mountain Berry – the full line is Non-GMO Project Verified and contains no artificial sweeteners, added colors, sodium or gluten. Each package highlights the work of internationally celebrated artist Catalina Estrada.

Q: What is stevia?

A: Stevia is a natural sweetener that’s made from the leaf of the stevia plant. It has been used in food for more than 200 years! The stevia in DRY Zero Sugar sodas is USDA Organic.

Q: What is erythritol?

A: Although the name sounds rather scientific, erythritol is a sweetener that’s made from natural ingredients. It’s often found in fruit like pears and grapes.

Q: Why is DRY Zero Sugar cola clear?

A: We don’t use any added colors in our recipe. Traditional colas almost always include added/artificial coloring like “caramel color” to make them brown, but we skipped the extra ingredient to keep DRY Zero Sugar soda natural and USDA organic!