Bruster’s ice cream opens Wal­dorf store

Maryland Independent - - Business -

There’s a new scoop in town. Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is now be­ing served in Wal­dorf at 1276 Small­wood Drive West in the St. Charles Towne Plaza. The Charles County Cham­ber of Com­merce is host­ing a rib­bon cut­ting event to­day at 2 p.m.

Bruster’s Ice Cream is made the old-fash­ioned way with a mix that is slow ket­tle pro­cessed and de­signed specif­i­cally to cre­ate the Bruster’s fla­vor, ac­cord­ing to a press re­lease. The ice cream is de­liv­ered fresh from the dairy to each store where small ar­ti­san batches are made daily.

“Bruster’s is al­ready ex­tremely pop­u­lar in Mary­land, so we are very ex­cited to bring Bruster’s to Wal­dorf and this part of the state,” Wal­dorf Bruster’s owner Jesse Grif­fin said in the re­lease. “Bruster’s truly is a scoop above the rest.”

This week­end, cus­tomers will re­ceive free Cone Cards, Ex­tra Scoop cards, and Ital­ian Ice with any Pur­chase cards, while sup­plies last. In ad­di­tion, guests will re­ceive buy one, get one free small waf­fle cone coupon and $1 off any item coupons, as well as free sam­ples.

At least 24 fla­vors are al­ways avail­able to be served 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 served. Guests can even re­quest their fa­vorite fla­vors be made for them.

Cakes and pies are of­fered for every oc­ca­sion, along with pints, quarts and half gal­lons, and cater­ing ser­vices are also avail­able.

For store hours, go to http://­dorf/.

Bruce Reed, the “Bruce” in Bruster’s, cre­ated the brand in 1989. There are nearly 200 in­de­pen­dently op­er­ated Bruster’s lo­ca­tions in 19 U.S. states, South Korea and Guyana.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.