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2. It’s a locally owned partnership
Strang, who lives in Mason, handles the ice cream-making. Becker, who grew up in Fairfield and now lives in Hamilton County, handles the staff, payroll, taxes and other such issues.
3. It’s got dozens of flavors
Craft Creamworks’ ever-expanding list of flavors is up to more than 70. Twenty of them are on the menu each day, with ten offerings always part of the mix: Chocolate, Strawberry, Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip, Biscoff, Funfetti Cake, Peanut Butter Oreo, S’mores and Vanilla Bean, plus two dairy-free options: a sorbet and a vegan ice cream.
4. It offers a way to sample multiple flavors at one time
Besides ice cream by the scoop, sundae or milkshake, customers also can order a “flight” of ice cream: four separate flavors at a smaller sampling size than the typical scoop.
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5. It’s open to customers’ suggestions
A plastic bucket by the front door collects their ideas for new flavors. Want to take part of that Pecan Pie flavor and mix it with part of the Maple Bourbon? That and other inventive combinations could happen because, as Strang put it, “the possibilities are kind of endless.”
6. It’s also available for man’s best friend
Craft Creamworks offer customers’ dogs a free scoop of “Scoopy Doo” ice cream — sweet ice cream with grain-free peanut butter dog treats mixed in.