Get Hammered on "Air"

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Apparently the future of alcohol consumption isn't inhaled booze but rather alcohol that tastes... like water?

Cue the jokes about cheap beer.

"Air" is a new adult beverage is currently rolling through a nationwide release. Release parties have popped up in several cities around the country, although sadly not Phoenix. If their promo videos are any indication then Air is best paired with some light sandwiches and a jet pack show.

According to their Facebook, Air is an "all natural" flavored malt beverage. It appears to come in two flavors, "club" and "citrus & berry".

So it sounds like a truckload of "lightly flavored" carbonated beverages crashed into a load of vodka and had a child that was raised by Zima.

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