New Yorkers will have to go elsewhere to get Freaky Ice, following a decision handed down Tuesday by the Appellate Division, 1st Department.

The makers of Freaky Ice — a frozen “malt beverage” that comes in Passion Cocktail, Cherry Fusion and Lemon Stinger flavors — had unsuccessfully petitioned the state Supreme Court to annul a State Liquor Authority decision that denied the company’s application to register labeling for the frozen alcoholic treat.

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