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Penn State Berkey Creamery Offering 99 Cent Coffee During Sylly Week

Ring in the new year with a cup of coffee in whatever size fits your day best.

For the remainder of the week, ending on January 13, the Penn State community can enjoy a cup of Penn State Berkey Creamery coffee in any size for a reduced price of 99 cents. The Berkey Creamery boasts a variety of flavors, from vanilla bean and hazelnut to Mexican Chiapas and Donut Shop.

All coffee flavors are available for purchase through the Berkey Creamery’s website, though, the discount doesn’t apply online.

If your friend drags you along so they can get their $.99 coffee, but you’re not a coffee person, the Berkey Creamery offers more options to fuel your body, including juices, lemonade, and iced tea.

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