Brewing firm Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) has expanded the footprint of Bud Light Seltzer in Canada.

The company said that Bud Light Seltzer is being launched in the country after several requests on its Bud Light Canada’s social channels.

Beginning from 9 April, Bud Light Seltzer will be rolled out across the country in four flavours, namely black cherry, lemon-lime, mango and strawberry.

The company claimed that Bud Light Seltzer offers a full fruit taste and contains 1g of sugar and only 80kcal.

As part of the promotional campaign, the brewer is also introducing Seltzy from the US, a Bud Light Black Cherry Seltzer life-sized can, which will be placed in a glass box on top of a Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) store in Toronto for 14 days under a coronavirus quarantine protocol.

Bud Light Marketing senior director Mike D’Agostini said: “We’re incredibly excited about the arrival of Bud Light Seltzer in Canada, especially after receiving so much consumer interest.  In response, we created Seltzy as a really engaging way to introduce the newest hard seltzer to Canadian consumers.

“Having Seltzy quarantine and keep themselves entertained during that 14-day period felt like a really relatable way for Canadians to get to know the newest member of the Bud Light fam.”

In January, AB InBev’s premium light lager brand Bud Light expanded its portfolio with the addition of new seltzer lemonade flavours.

With 5% alcohol by volume (ABV), Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade was rolled out in four different flavours, namely original, black cherry, strawberry and peach.