Skyy Blue is a malt beverage made by Skyy Spirits of San Francisco and the Miller Brewing Company. Skyy Spirits is well known for its Skyy Vodka, and teamed up with Miller to introduce the beverage. The drink comes only in 12 oz. (.355 L) bottles which come in 6 and 12 packs, and cases of 24. A 6 pack is roughly anywhere between 6.50 and 8 dollars in the U.S., depending on where you go.
Skyy Blue contains Skyy Vodka and has an alcohol content of 5 percent, which is about the same as most beer and other malt beverages. Like Skyy Vodka, it comes in a pretty blue bottle with silver writing. It has a blend of citrus flavors which really takes away the aftertaste that most alcoholic beverages have. Most people I know who've tried it prefer it to Mike's Hard Lemonade. They aren't quite the same thing, but Skyy Blue has less of a bite to it and tastes less like alcohol. That has its good side and its bad side, one could potentially down a few of these while not paying attention and suddenly have a nice buzz. I really wouldn't know, though (cough).