It's a cultural norm across the country to celebrate a 21st birthday with a swig (or more) of alcohol.

But not so for Brigham Young University; BYU's celebrating it's 21st anniversary of stone cold sobriety with a new flavor of milk, combining its trademark chocolate milk with another signature sweet, mint chocolate brownies.

 For years, the Princeton Review has reviewed colleges across the country for various rankings in academia, culture and other various points to survey. 

BYU has, for 21 years, topped the "Stone-Cold Sober" ranking, indicating the lowest usage of alcohol and drugs among all other reviewed schools in the country.

A BYU spokesperson said the milk will be made available for purchase later this year, but probably not at the football games. Cougar football fans will likely have to resort to one of the other milk flavors, like chocolate or cookies 'n cream, if they want to celebrate BYU's sobriety streak turning 21.

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