A Boozy Version of Mountain Dew Is Here — But You Can Only Get It If You Live in These 3 States

published Feb 24, 2022
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Big news for Mountain Dew fans: HARD MTN DEW, an alcoholic version of the iconic carbonated soft drink, has just hit supermarket shelves in Tennessee, Florida, and Iowa. 

HARD MTN DEW is launching with four bold flavors: the original MTN DEW, Baja Blast, Black Cherry, and Watermelon. It’s made with no added sugar and is caffeine-free, with 5 percent ABV and 100 calories per serving. The new drink will be available in a 24-ounce, single-serve can or a 12-pack that includes three cans of each flavor. The cans themselves are striking and eye-catching, with depictions of ferocious-looking beasts in bright colors over a black backdrop.

A more national rollout of the new drink is planned for 2022, but for fans outside of Tennessee, Florida, and Iowa that want to get their hands on HARD MTN DEW ASAP, the company is hosting a sweepstakes that will send one lucky winner to Tennessee for a unique tasting experience. 

To enter, visit the How Far Would You Go contest page and fill out the form by March 8. In the form, fans are invited to tell the brand how far they would travel and the lengths they would go to get their hands on HARD MTN DEW. The grand prize includes airfare to Nashville (the birthplace of Mountain Dew), two nights lodging, transportation, and a $1,000 spending allowance for the winner and a friend.

For the latest information on where you can find HARD MTN DEW, you can visit the official website or follow @HardMountainDew on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.