Blue Moon releases new LightSky Tropical Wheat beer

New Blue Moon Light Sky, photo provided by Blue Moon
New Blue Moon Light Sky, photo provided by Blue Moon /

Blue Moon has long been the beer of choice for people who don’t want to drink Budweiser or Coors Light but also don’t want the expense and high alcohol content of true craft beers. Blue Moon has always been seen as a middle ground between the two extremes and has become very popular as a result.

It is also known for being the perfect beer to drink during those hot summer days. As a fan myself I can readily attest to the fact that there are few things better on a really hot and hazy summer day than cracking open a Blue Moon.

Back in 2020 Blue Moon got into the light beer game with their LightSky line of beers. LightSky brews only have 95 calories and 4 percent ABV so they can be a good alternative for those who want to try and keep their beer belly to a minimum.

Blue Moon releases their new LightSky Tropical Wheat for summer 2022.

Blue Moon LightSky Citrus Wheat has been around for a few years now and is very similar to classic Blue Moon in terms of taste. Honestly, except for a bit more of a citrus accent, you wouldn’t even know it was a light beer.

Now the company has invited a second LightSky flavor to join the party. The new flavor is called LightSky Tropical Wheat and it is brewed with pineapple and orange peel to really give it a true tropical flavor profile and make it the perfect summer drink.

Blue Moon was nice enough to send us some samples of both flavors and we can honestly say either flavor is a winner. Either LightSky beer is an outstanding choice to drink on a hot summer day and you won’t have to feel guilty about overindulging.

Both Blue Moon LightSky Citrus Wheat and Tropical Wheat are available now where ever you get your adult beverages.

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