If you love nature, popsicles, and delicious drinks, you need to visit OddFellows Ice Cream Co. on Wednesday. The flagship Williamsburg, Brooklyn store will be handing out free vodka ice-pops in partnership with the Central Park Conservancy all day on June 21. Yes, free.

The popsicles, which are made with VDKA 6100, were invented by Sam Mason, the man behind the pops, and are inspired by some of most popular options at OddFellows. There’s the Spicy Greyhound Pop that has notes of grapefruit and, if you like things on the creamier side or are simply a fan of The Dude, a White Russian Pop.

What’s not to love about this? The popsicles are free, but there is a suggested donation. Don’t hesitate to throw a couple extra dollars in though, because 100 percent of proceeds from the vodka ice-pops will go to the Central Park Conservancy, which works to keep Central Park looking gorgeous as always.

“VDKA 6100 is gluten-free, sugar-free, lactose-free, free from chemical additives, and its water source from New Zealand is one of the most pristine and untouched in the world,” a release about the event states. All of that makes it “the perfect companion for the Central Park Conservancy and New York’s urban oasis in the heart of the concrete jungle.”

And, since the pops are coming from OddFellows, you know they’ll be high quality, fresh, and delicious.

Get a taste for yourself at the OddFellows Williamsburg location at 175 Kent Ave.