Bud Light Is Dropping Their Version Of A White Claw & It Will Be All Over Canada Soon

This year's official patio drink?

If you're someone who loves throwing back a couple of Nudes or White Claws, you may be excited to learn that Bud Light Seltzer is the newest hard seltzer drink to join the mix. 

Dropping across Canada on April 9, you can sip the new drink in four flavours: Black Cherry, Lemon Lime, Mango, and Strawberry.

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According to a press release by Bud Light Canada, the drinks contain “1 gram of sugar and only 80 calories.”

Apparently, this release comes after thousands of requests on the brand’s social media channels.

There’s even a new character called Seltzy, a human-sized can of Bud Light Black Cherry Seltzer to celebrate the launch.

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If you see a human Bud Light can chilling in a glass box on your walk this week don't worry, it's just Seltzy. 

Bud Light began promoting its new seltzer today by constructing a giant "quarantine box" on top of the Front and Spadina LCBO. 

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Quetico Provincial Park just became the only Ontario Dark Sky Park recognized by the International Dark-Sky Association

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