Where to buy Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops: Boozy hard seltzer ice treat released

Iram Sharifah Khan June 9, 2021
Where to buy Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops: Boozy hard seltzer ice treat released

Truly Hard Seltzer has found a great way to pop off summertime by releasing its own brand of frozen treats. Fans are now wondering where to buy Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops to keep cool throughout the pending heatwave.

Where to buy Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops revealed

Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops are an exclusive product to the US and are available in selected states, as a result of limited supply.

According to Kiss 95.1 FM, these states are (in alphabetical order): Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

That means these pops reach from southern to midwestern and northern parts of the US and everywhere in between (that has been listed of course). So, fans of Truly Hard Seltzer’s products won’t have to venture too far to get their iced treat.

When the treats release, fans can also check Truly Hard Seltzer’s product locator tool to see whether there will be any pops or other Truly products in their vicinity.

What flavours do they have?

The Truly Lemonade Freeze Pops are available in three flavours. These are original lemonade, mango lemonade and strawberry lemonade.

Each pop, despite its size (100ml), is only 80 calories and has 12 grams of sugar. So consumers shouldn’t feel too guilty after having one! Each pack will contain 12 pops for buyers to put in the freezer and enjoy when they need to cool down!

How much ABV do the Freeze Pops contain?

Each Freeze Pop contains 5% ABV. This is Alcohol By Volume, the standard measuring unit used to show how much alcohol a beverage or food item with alcohol (ethanol) contains.

This is about the average amount of alcohol found in most boozy pops! That is why the Freeze Pops are understandably marked for and marketed at consumers aged 21 or older.

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Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.