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Coors Light unveils beer-flavored popsicles for March Madness

Coors Light unveils beer-flavored popsicles for March Madness
Posted at 2:40 PM, Mar 22, 2023

Coors Light just launched a new product that blends two unexpected favorites into one: beer-flavored popsicles. The non-alcoholic popsicles, aptly called Coors-icles, are designed to evoke the taste and cool refreshment of an ice-cold Coors Light beer while helping basketball fans keep their cool during intense March Madness games.

Naturally, these ice-cold treats are only available during the NCAA tournament season, so don’t wait too long to get your hands on them. These limited-edition popsicles come in six-packs and are available to purchase via for $20.23 per pack – while supplies last. Hurry if you want to try them, though, as they’ll only be sold online through March 24, beginning at noon EST daily.

Coors-icles are also available at over 800 bars nationwide throughout March Madness. To increase the excitement, the company launched a competition for 100 beer and basketball fans to win their own six-packs of Coors-icles at The winners will be announced on April 4, following the final buzzers of the NCAA championship games.

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“Every point, slam dunk, assist and block puts you on the edge of your seat, but a taste of a Coors Light Coors-icle will bring you back to a moment of chill,” Marcelo Pascoa, vice president of marketing for Molson Coors Beverage Company, said in a press release. “We’re making sure that fans watching the games at home or bars nationwide can cool down with a Coors-icle.”

Coors Light has also partnered with college basketball analyst Dick Vitale, the product’s official spokesperson. A commercial featuring Vitale has already been released:

“This March, when everyone is screaming their lungs out over a little game, the Coors Light Coors-icle is here to provide some chill,” Vitale said in the statement.

So, if you’re a passionate college basketball and Coors Light fan, be sure to try out the refreshing new product while the limited stock lasts.

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