Buckle your seatbelts because The Mayor of Flavortown is taking a trip to Boozetown with his newest project. Guy Fieri recently shared with People that he’ll be releasing a line of boozy canned drinks very soon.
Serving as a collaboration with the Connecticut-based Two Roads Brewing Co., Fieri’s Flavortown Spiked will hit shelves in late November. Flavortown Spiked will launch with a fruit punch flavor (6% ABV) that’s like “adult Kool-Aid — but not as sweet,” according to Fieri. The brand will eventually branch out to other flavors and hard teas.
“You can’t say fruit punch and not smile. And you can’t say Flavortown and not smile. And hopefully you can say Guy Fieri and think good times,” Fieri shared with People.
For Fieri, Flavortown Spiked serves as another passion project he’s been involved in every step of the way. “I don’t want to do things to make money. I want to do things to make it great,” he said.
And we know at least one person who’s loving Flavortown Spiked, and that’s Fieri’s Direct TV technician. The restaurateur conducted an impromptu taste-test on the technician when he visited Fieri’s home, and he loved it.
“He goes, ‘God, this is good. As soon as they come out, I’ll buy,'” Fieri revealed.
When Flavortown Spiked is released later this month, you’ll be able to purchase six-packs of 12 oz. cans for $12. And once the boozy drink hits shelves, you can visit FlavortownSpiked.com to find where the beverage is sold near you.