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Natural Light released a strawberry lemonade beer; Ohio University has a lightsaber dueling club

Today is Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

A new flavor of Natural Light could make outdoor day drinking in early March a much more pleasant experience — right in time for Saturday’s Mill Fest.

While most attendees at Mill Fest probably plan on holding an uncomfortably warm and cheap beer as they stand in the rain, you could stand out from the crowd with. As if on cue for fests, Natty Light has announced “Naturdays,” a new flavor of strawberry lemonade beer.

The 4.2 percent alcohol beer is a “sessionable, light lager brewed with a phenomenal combination of ripe strawberry and fresh lemonade flavors that are perfect for increasing the fun of every occasion,” according to Natural Light’s website

Reaction to the drink’s announcement has been mixed. Some users were asking about when the beer would be released (it’s out now, by the way), while others weren’t so excited. 

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