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Miller High Life has delicious new ice cream They taste like a dive bar and are so much better than the old flavors

The beer-infused ice cream bars are flavorful and our five percent ABV.

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By releasing a candle that filled your home with the delightful smells of… a dive bar, Miller Lite joined the trend of food companies making unusually scented candles last year, joining the likes of Ikea’s meatball candle, Shake Shack’s burger-in-the-park candle, and McDonald’s six-candle Quarter Pounder set.

With the release of an ice cream bar that tantalizes your tongue with the delectable flavors of… yeah, it’s a dive bar again, Miller High Life is now hopping on another popular trend: strange frozen treats. It joins the likes of Kraft Mac & Cheese ice cream, Grey Poupon ice cream, and French’s ketchup ice pops. But as an added benefit, this ice cream delicacy has alcohol in it!

Let’s start with the principal issue: What flavor are the Miller High Life Ice Cream Dive Bars? Since Miller teamed with the alcoholic ice cream company Tipsy Scoop, it should come as no surprise that the frozen delicacies begin with real Miller High Life, which has been called “the champagne of beers,” and are then mixed with the ice cream to give it a five-percent ABV punch.

In recognition of the “quintessential dive bar snack,” as Miller calls it in the introduction, the ice cream is then given a peanut swirl. Additionally, a “slight trace of tobacco flavor” and a gooey caramel swirl are present. These flavors are meant to evoke the “distinct sticky dive bar floor vibe.” In order to restore the fizziness that beer drinkers expect from a newly poured beverage, a garnish of fizzy candies is added. The entire ice cream bar is then “coated in dark chocolate to evoke the dark wood and dim lighting atmosphere that all good dives share,” according to the last sentence.

The description sounds far better than the name suggests, and there are really several places where you can buy this ice cream on a stick if you want to give it a try. Six-packs of the frozen delights are now available for $36 per box, with delivery available to all 50 states via Tipsy Scoop’s website and the national delivery service Goldbelly.com. However, keep in mind that you must be 21 or older to purchase them.

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The three Tipsy Scoop “Barlours” in New York City will also sell individual Miller High Life Ice Cream Dive Bars for $6 apiece, which is an enticing alternative if you want to go all-out dive bar style and grumpily enjoy one by yourself surrounded by strangers.