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Bud Light Is Debuting Frozen Margarita Popsicles Perfect For Summer

Posted May 19, 2020 11:05 a.m. EDT
Updated June 4, 2020 9:00 a.m. EDT

Remember indulging in a popsicle on a  hot summer day when you were a kid? Now that you’re out of the ice cream truck’s target demographic, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little frozen fun this season.

Bud Light’s new Freeze-A-Rita Frozen Margaritas Icicles combine your favorite childhood treat with a summer cocktail standby for one yummy, boozy delight that’s perfect for a sunny day.

These grown-up popsicles come in a case of 12 and are evenly divided between Lime-A-Rita and Straw-Ber-Rita flavors. Each “icicle” has 8% alcohol by volume.

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Bud Light says the new Freeze-A-Ritas are set to hit stores nationwide in May. Pulling one of these babies out of the freezer sounds a whole lot easier than whipping up your own frozen margaritas, and when packed in a cooler with ice, they’re easily portable, too. Enjoying a Freeze-A-Rita definitely sounds like a summer 2020 bucket list must.

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The Freeze-A-Rita is not the only new product Bud Light is introducing this season. In March, Bud Light Lemonade started popping up on store shelves across the country. A take on the classic German drink known as a Radler, which is made from half beer and half lemonade, the Bud Light Lemonade has 4.2% ABV and is sold in 12 packs.

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Described as “premium light lager lager” brewed with real lemon peels, it sounds like the ideal drink to sip while you while away an afternoon on the porch swing this summer.

“It is refreshingly crisp, with a citrus twist that has a delicious balance of tart and sweet,” reads the product description.

There are also two other flavors in the line — Bud Light Lime and Bud Light Orange, each brewed with real citrus peels.

Are you looking forward to having some boozy ice pops ready for when it gets warm?

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