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Bud Light Seltzer Is Releasing Retro Boozy Freeze Pops For Summer, and I Don't Mind If I Do

6 days ago   |   By PopSugar

The hard-seltzer competition is fierce, so naturally, companies are getting creative. Bud Light in particular - which just released a limited-edition Retro Summer seltzer - has added a spinoff to its tie-dye summer release called Frozen Icicles - aka a grown-up version of the ice pops many of us used to slurp on as kids. As someone who once lived off of ice pops in their heyday and now drinks a fair share of spiked seltzers in their "adult" years, I knew I had to try these retro-looking boozy popsicles for myself.
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