Ever since Peter Lake, chairman of the Texas Water Development Board, told me about Chuck Norris’ water some three years ago, I’ve searched high and low for it (at least when I was passing through the area). Lo and behold, on a random pit stop, there he was in all his roundhouse kick glory: C-Force!
Produced from deep beneath Chuck’s Lone Wolf Ranch in Navasota, Texas, “CForce doesn’t flow from the ground—it bursts from an artesian aquifer with the same unharnessed power and intensity you’d expect from Chuck Norris’ roundhouse kick.”
C-Force makes a point that they produce from a sustainable aquifer (probably accurate), recharged during the last ice age (believable) and made of volcanic rocks and ash (a clue!). According to state records, there’s a well located on the ranch that is 1,172 feet deep and could produce 500 gallons per minute with a water level 17 feet below the land surface. That depth and volcanic nature of the sediments (confirmed by a hydrogeologist) suggests that the water comes from the Catahoula Formation.
Cool. Groundwater with attitude.