Celebrate The Creamery’s 150th Anniversary With A ‘Flavor Passport’
Hopefully this summer has been exciting and eventful for you, filled with fun adventures. You may be focused on filling up your real official passport by visiting new exotic countries and destinations. However, for many of us, our real passports may be looking a bit…blank. But fear not because Berkey Creamery has your back! To celebrate the ice cream destination’s 150th, the Creamery is rolling out a one-of-a-kind novelty: flavor passports.
With the Creamery’s limited edition “Flavor Passport,” you can keep track of your ice cream history and stamp off every new flavor you try. Kind of like a “dairy diary,” if you will. Now you have a little extra motivation to treat yourself to Penn State’s favorite dessert (but who needs motivation to go to the Creamery, really?)
The Creamery recently celebrated its 150th anniversary of serving the university. With this exciting news, why not celebrate the success of Happy Valley’s very own establishment by trying new flavors? For example, the brand new flavor, Birthday Cake (vanilla ice cream and cake batter, cookie freckles, and blue frosting), is bound to be a huge hit. Though you may be a loyal Death By Chocolate fan, perhaps it’s time to branch out and live a little. With the passport, you’ll get a unique stamp for every flavor you try. Even the Nittany Lion is on board!
— The Nittany Lion (@NittanyLion) July 8, 2015
With about 20 flavors available at any given time, the Creamery will always have more than enough choices to satisfy your ice cream needs. You can stamp your passport to mark and remember each new flavor you’ve tried. Who needs a beachy getaway to Aruba or sight-seeing in Europe when you have Keeney Beany Chocolate and Peachy Paterno?
This limited edition Flavor Passport will be available for $1.99. You can get one by stopping at the Creamery’s tent during Arts Fest this weekend, or pick one up at the Creamery through 2016.
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