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Miller High Life offers beer-infused ice cream bar
Miller High Life partnered with ice cream brand Tipsy Scoop to release an ice cream bar that contains alcohol and tantalizes with the delicious flavors of its dive bar.
The frozen treats start with actual Miller High Life, resulting in a five-percent ABV ice cream.
The ice cream also has a peanut swirl, a hint of tobacco smoke flavor, a gooey caramel swirl, a dip of dark chocolate, and a sprinkle of carbonated candy to provide the fizziness drinkers expect from a freshly poured beer.
Six packs of the Miller High Life Ice Cream Dive Bars are on sale for $36 a box with delivery to all 50 states through Tipsy Scoop's website and the nationwide delivery service Goldbelly.com.
It will be available for $6 each in Tipsy Scoop's three New York City "Barlours."
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