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Using the generic underlying word to figure out the gender is a sound practice indeed. But, I see this as a "boisson énergisante" or "énergétique", depending; more so (to me) than a soda(m., see also). The word "boisson" is feminine. The specific answer to the question is neither: a capital "M" is still required as this is no common name but rather a brand ...
It is "un monster". I think you can guess by according it to the drink name. Like un soda, un thé, un café, une bière etc.
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