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I was introduced to SoCIAL LITE Vodka Sodas last year to test out and share with the hiking community and I must say, they make for an awesome mountaintop cheers. The bubbles and light fruity flavour are refreshing after a sweaty grind up the mountain or day out in the sun.

Cheersing with my gal Kristi atop Mt Thompson

I love partnering with Canadian companies and to find out that SoCIAL LITE Vodka was founded in Whitby, Ontario, a stone’s throw away from where I grew up in Scarborough made it even nearer and dearer to my heart.

Their company values of enjoying the outdoors responsibly, and consuming healthy food and beverages aligned right alongside mine. Neetu Godara, Dan Beach and Kevin Folk started this company in 2014 to provide a solution for backcountry beverages that wouldn’t wear you down with high levels of sugar or alcohol so you can imbibe but still enjoy your hike, camping trip, whatever it may be. And there, SoCIAL LITE was born to provide a crisp, clean taste derived without any sugar, sweetener or artificial ingredients, and at only 80 calories per can.

I’ve taken these babies on lots of adventures over the last few months.

Snowshoeing up Mt. Thompson in Chilliwack and a variety of trails around the North Shore:

Ski touring up Mt. Kelly:

Paddleboarding Widgeon Slough:

Camping in Golden Ears:

This gluten-free, premium vodka drink comes in six different flavours: Blood Orange, Grapefruit Pomelo, Triple Berry, Lime Ginger, Pineapple Mango, and Field Strawberry. I’ve tried most of them and they’re all really good. If I had to pick a favourite though, I’d have to go with Triple Berry.

Want to get social? You can find them in 9 Canadian Provinces and 6 USA States, including a ton of locations in our beautiful British Columbia. Find a store closest to you at

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