Bruster’s ice cream opens Waldorf store
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:// brusters.com/waldorf/.
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.