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Natural Light Is Rolling Out A Strawberry Lemonade Beer

Is it summer yet?!

In a sure sign that warmer weather is on its way, Natural Light is rolling out a new flavored beer that looks like a must-have for fun summer nights. Called Naturdays, the new light lager is brewed with the perfect summer flavor: strawberry lemonade!

Even the packaging will have you daydreaming of sunshine, as the colors are reminiscent of a gorgeous sunset and the can itself is decorated with pink lawn flamingos. Clearly made for day-drinking (according to me at least), it has 4.2 percent alcohol by volume. Sounds as smooth as a summer Saturday — excuse me, Naturday!

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“We designed Naturdays with all-day refreshment in mind,” Daniel Blake, senior director of value brands at Anheuser-Busch, said in a press release. “We’re excited to introduce a light beer to the market with a refreshing strawberry-lemonade flavor that will get people to rethink their drink of choice.”

OK, so it sounds basically perfect, but what exactly is a “Naturday”? Natural Light describes it as a day you didn’t plan for, but ends with a story you’ll tell for years to come, or more specifically, “an epic day with friends when all the chips simply seem to fall into place.”

If you have a Naturday story of your own, Natural Light is asking you to share it on social media, tag them and use #Naturdays. Then, the brand will choose some of the best stories to turn into cartoons and send them back so you’ll officially have a piece of artwork to never forget the day.

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While you could obviously just drink a Naturday on its own, if you’re looking for something to serve alongside the drink, look no further than this strawberry lemonade poke cake. Made with a strawberry cake as the base and a cream cheese lemonade filling, it sounds like the perfect accompaniment to this new beer. Yum!

Naturdays are beginning to show up in stores across the U.S. and will be available nationwide. Do you have a favorite flavored beer to sip in the summertime?