Zima is officially back (and not just in Dayton) 


Highlights

Zima is back, and not just in Dayton.

Grab your Jolly Ranchers -- Zima is back from the dead.

If you were excited for Zima to come back to Dayton, we have even MORE good news for you. 

The clear malt beverage was all the rage in the 90’s will officially be hitting shelves nationwide for the first time since its discontinuation in ’08. 

>> Back from the dead: Zima returns to Dayton

Miller Coors announced the return of Zima in a Facebook post on June 1, but it’s only for a limited time. 

>> Your guide to craft breweries in Dayton

You can already purchase limited edition six-packs at Walmart stores starting this week, according to Thrillist. (Pro Tip: don’t forget to snag some Jolly Ranchers while you’re there. It’ll give your Zima a citrus-y zing!)

>> Celebrate summer (or anytime) with these incredible BBQ spots

Zima is set to hit even more stores this Fourth of July weekend, because what is more American than Zima?! 

Go forth and live out your ’90’s nostalgia! 

>> Your favorite artists from the ‘90s headed to Dayton on summer concert mega-ticket


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Springfield Lifestyles

WORTH THE DRIVE: Ohio Caverns are a subterranean wonderland
WORTH THE DRIVE: Ohio Caverns are a subterranean wonderland

Looking for an underground getaway? Take a trip to the Ohio Caverns, the largest known cave system in the state.  The caverns, described long ago as the place “where nature carved a fairyland,” are located in West Liberty. Here are 7 things to know about the subterranean wonderland:  Accidental discovery. The caves were accidentally...
Fire department surprises 3-year-old with birthday party after guests cancel at last minute
Fire department surprises 3-year-old with birthday party after guests cancel at last minute

The Harrisburg Fire Department in North Carolina surprised a 3-year-old with a birthday party after several of his classmates canceled Sunday.  Melissa Reid said she received several text messages the morning of her son's birthday party from parents, letting her know her son's classmates couldn't make it.  >> Need something to...
Springfield’s Rocking Horse gets $50,000 to help kids impacted by drugs
Springfield’s Rocking Horse gets $50,000 to help kids impacted by drugs

A Springfield medical health center will receive new money to help local kids who have lost a parent to drugs. CVS Health distributed a $50,000 grant to Rocking Horse Community Health Center Friday morning that will be used to help Clark County children who have been impacted the most by the opioid epidemic. The money will also go to help children...
CHEERS! The Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest mugs are a coveted collectible
CHEERS! The Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest mugs are a coveted collectible

Handcrafted mugs created by regional potters have been a sought-after collectible since Oktoberfest at the Dayton Art Institute began in the 1970s.  The earliest mug in the DAI’s collection, from 1974, is made from glass and features a printed DAI logo. In the years following the mugs were mass produced until the idea to use local potters...
What cats see when they look in the mirror
What cats see when they look in the mirror

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Abby, our 16-year old cat, thinks she is. When Abby could no longer jump up on the kitchen counter to eat from her bowl, we searched for a place she could easily reach but Teddy, our Lab, could not. We placed the queen bee’s bowl in front of a large mirror on the master bathroom&rsquo...
More Stories