These New Bud Light Spiked Seltzer Icicles Are Just What You Need To Get Summer Started

These New Bud Light Spiked Seltzer Icicles Are Just What You Need To Get Summer Started Bud Light

Summer is finally upon us, and with those long, hot days stretching out ahead of us for the next several months, it’s time to start thinking about how we can best enjoy the season. My advice? Booze and frozen treats. Having a slight buzz and keeping cool are two of my main priorities in life, which is why Bud Light’s new Spiked Seltzer Icicles are a must-have in my freezer this year.


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  1. These bad boys hit shelves on June 14. Bud Light Seltzer Retro Summer Frozen Icicles come in the most incredible tie-dye box and are just screaming to be put in your freezer and brought out at every available opportunity.
  2. They come in 12-packs with a variety of flavors. Bud Light isn’t playing around here. There are three delicious flavors to choose from: Cherry Limeade (described as a simultaneously sweet yet tart flavor that includes fruit punch and cherry with a hint of lime), Summer Ice (lemon, cherry, and blueberry), and Blue Raspberry (blue snow cone and raspberry). I don’t know which to try first!
  3. Each flavor of Icicle has 5% ABV. That’s the same as the actual Retro Summer Seltzer cans, so you’re not losing out on any boozy goodness by getting the frozen version.
  4. Sadly, they’re only around for a limited time. That means you’ll have to grab them quickly if you want a chance to enjoy all the tie-dye fun. They should be on shelves for the next few months, but you don’t want to miss out!
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