Not a lot of people know that Pepsi was originally created to be mixed or chased with whiskey. So Mountain Dew with alcohol makes tons of sense!
Pepsi announced the other day that they will start selling boozy Mountain Dew next year. They're partnering with The Boston Beer Company, which owns Sam Adams and the hard seltzer brand Truly, according to USA Today.
They're calling it "Hard Mountain Dew," and it's 5% alcohol. So about the same as hard seltzer and beer. But unlike normal Mountain Dew, it won't have any sugar. And there's no caffeine either. A photo of the cans shows three different flavors. The first one is original Mountain Dew. The other two are Watermelon and Black Cherry. They'll hit stores early next year.