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Berkey Creamery Introduces Two New October Flavor Takeovers

The Penn State Berkey Creamery has announced two new flavors — Jet Set Java and For the Glory Peanut Butter Fudge Cluster — that’ll be available exclusively during the month of October.

Jet Set Java is a renamed version of the Berkey Creamery’s classic Coffee Mocha Fudge, which is a coffee ice cream with fudge swirl throughout.

Sponsored by Penn State Global, Jet Set Java will remain renamed for the month of October. Penn State Global facilitates study abroad programs as well as support for international students, faculty, and alumni.

Penn State Homecoming also sponsored a flavor for the month of October. For the Glory Peanut Butter Fudge Cluster is available exclusively this month and is Berkey Creamery’s peanut butter ice cream with roasted almonds and a chocolate swirl.

Penn State Homecoming will kick off on October 16 and culminate with the Nittany Lions’ White Out football game against Minnesota on October 22.

These flavors, along with countless other products, can be purchased in the Berkey Creamery’s storefront and on its website.

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