This is the kind of thing that either has you rejoicing or scratching your head.  I'm somewhere in the middle.  I like beer - don't love it - but I could easily eat ice cream three meals a day. Either way, it's certainly guaranteed to be a hit at fairs and festivals for the curiosity aspect alone. Gov. Andrew Cuomo Tuesday signed a bill that adds ice cream made with beer and hard cider to the existing 10-year-old law that legalized wine ice cream.

According to NewYorkUpstate.com the first legal batches are coming from Gilligan's Island, an ice cream stand and diner in Sherburne, Chenango County which lobbied lawmakers to make the change.

Gilligan's will send out a social media post with more details later today, Andy Lagoe, it's co-owner said.

Later this summer, it will likely be offered during the Syracuse Nationals car show at the New York State Fairgrounds (July 20-22)and definitely at the State Fair (Aug. 22-Sept. 3), Andy Lagoe said.