Love where you live? Can't get enough of that Michigan made ginger ale? Then has Vernors have the 12 pack for you! Vernors is once again going all "Pure Michigan" by putting the states iconic lighthouses on collectible cans for the third year in a row to the delight of Michiganders and ginger ale lovers alike.

Vernors is joining forces with Pure Michigan and producing the limited edition cans that feature some of our the Mitten States legendary lighthouses. The lighthouses showcased on this year's cans include: Big Red (Holland), South Haven, Tri-Centennial State Park Light (Detroit), Au Sable Point (Grand Marais), DeTour Reef (DeTour Village), Port Austin Reef (Port Austin), Harbor Beach and Pointe Aux Barques (Port Hope), according to a news release.  The company has celebrating the landmarks in Michigan for three years, previously showcasing 12 lighthouses. This year they will added 8 more.

It's clear to see in the press release from michigan.org, both Vernors and Michigan love the tribute that coincides with the Michigan Lighthouse Festival kicking off August 2nd in Port Huron. Dave Lorenz, vice president of Travel Michigan stated, “We’re delighted to be partnering once again with Vernors to feature our state’s historic and picturesque lighthouses. This is an opportunity to celebrate these iconic landmarks – along with events like the Michigan Lighthouse Festival – and inspire residents and travelers alike to explore the more than 120 lighthouses standing along our 3,200 of Great Lakes shoreline."

The ultimate Michigan drink, also known to Michigan Mom's  to cure just about any tummy woe, was created in 1866 by Detroit pharmacist James Vernor and is the oldest available ginger soda in the U.S.

The lighthouse cans will be sold in 12-packs of Vernors and Diet Vernors throughout Michigan and will be available through late September 2019.