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Boldly Brewed. Barely Sweet. #SteepOnThat

Introducing hard tea brewed the hard way from our master brewers. Disorderly TeaHouse is made from real guayusa tea leaves punched up with fruit flavors. Coming in at just 100 calories, 0g sugar*, and gluten-free. Nothing artificial. Pure rebellion. Because we don’t brew ordinary.

*Not a low-calorie food.

Life’s too short. Behave yourself in moderation.
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What is Guayusa
Beer 101

What is Guayusa

Disorderly TeaHouse is brewed from real guayusa tea leaves. Never heard of ‘em? We got you.

Indigenous people of the Ecuadorian Amazon have been growing and brewing guayusa for centuries. Describing it as “ancient energy,” they use it as a natural energizer, as well as for healing and spiritual practices.

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Disorderly TeaHouse Slushie
Recipes

Disorderly TeaHouse Slushie

This simple slushie recipe will turn a run-of-the-mill afternoon into a bonified party. With Lagunitas’ spiked and sparkling Disorderly TeaHouse and a few other ingredients ya probably have layin’ around the kitchen, you’ll have the ideal warm day libation in your glass.

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