Vote For Berkey Creamery’s ‘Flavor Madness’ Champion

After three rounds of voting, Berkey Creamery’s “Flavor Madness” is down to two of its tastiest staples. This year, perennial contender Death By Chocolate is set to face off with Bittersweet Mint in the championship round.

Death By Chocolate is the current defending champion after beating Grilled Stickies to claim its third title in the 2020 bracket.

Bittersweet Mint will surely be a worthy contender to the throne. After beating Scholar’s Chip and Peachy Paterno in the “I Scream” region, it dispatched WPSU Coffee Break to reach the final hurdle.

Death By Chocolate also had to earn its trip to the championship. In the “For Ice Cream” region, the Berkey Creamery blue blood beat Cookies-n-Cream in the first week before edging out Grilled Stickies in a rematch of the 2020 final. It then got the best of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough in the semifinals to set up a blockbuster matchup.

Here is the full bracket so far:

You can vote for the championship game here, with voting closing on Friday, April 9. Each participant will get a discount code for online orders, and like every week, one lucky winner will receive six free pints shipped to their door.

For five days following the championship, the champion flavor will be discounted, so make your picks wisely.

Who’s it going to be? Will a blue blood continue to dominate the State College ice cream scene, or do we have an upset on our hands? Only you can decide!

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Otis Lyons

Otis is a sophomore majoring in print journalism and is one of Onward State's associate editors. He lives just north of San Francisco, and is a diehard San Jose Earthquakes fan. Feel free to send over your soccer hot takes to his twitter @otisnlyons1 and instagram @otislyons

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