Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Bruster's Coming to Highland

Posted By on Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 2:44 PM


Loeb Properties announced today that Bruster's Real Ice Cream will open a store on Highland Strip late this year.

From the release:

Bruce Reed, the “Bruce” in Bruster’s, created the Bruster’s Real Ice Cream brand in 1989 with a commitment to freshness and quality ingredients that remains today. They are known for premium, artisan, small batch ice cream made fresh daily in stores and served in a wide variety of innovative flavors. Bruster’s is made the old-fashioned way, from ingredients that are slow kettle processed and designed specifically to create the distinctive Bruster's flavor. It all starts with their proprietary home-style mix, delivered fresh from their dairy to each store, where small artisan batches are crafted daily by their Certified Ice Cream Makers.

At least 24 ice cream flavors are always ready to be enjoyed in crunchy, handmade waffle cones, sundaes, candy-filled blasts and thick milkshakes. Freezes, Italian ices, sherbets, sorbets and frozen yogurt, as well as fat-free and no-sugar-added treats, are also available. Cakes and pies are offered for every occasion, along with pints, quarts and half gallons.

There are nearly 200 independently operated Bruster’s locations in 20 U.S. states, South Korea and Guyana.
The new store will be at 571 Highland and will be 1,300 square feet.

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