Milkshakes Return To Berkey Creamery

At last, the day is here. Milkshakes are finally back at the Berkey Creamery.

Like many other operations and businesses throughout campus and State College, the creamery was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and forced to shut its doors. Hand-dipped ice cream returned in March 2021 but many noticed a staple missing from the creamery lineup: milkshakes.

It had been so long that many questioned if they would ever return. However, a Berkey Creamery employee confirmed that the ice cream staple is back starting May 23.

Currently, milkshakes will be offered in four flavors: vanilla bean, chocolate, Bittersweet Mint, and Peachy Paterno. It’s unclear if this lineup will expand in the future.

With brand new milkshake machines being brought in to support the creamery’s effort, a milkshake will cost customers a hefty $9.

To try out one of these new ice cream concoctions or pick up other Penn State products, head over to Berkey Creamery any day of the week. Hours can be found on their website.

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Haylee Yocum

Haylee is a 2024 graduate of Penn State with a degree in immunology and infectious disease. She relocated to Williamsport but will not be taking any questions about what’s next in her career. Haylee continues to be fueled by dangerous amounts of caffeine and dreams of smashing the patriarchy. Any questions or discussion about Taylor Swift’s best songs can be directed to @hayleeq8 on Twitter if you must.

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