Sweet Cow Ice Cream, the Louisville-based ice cream joint that dishes out frozen treats in 1950's-like soda shop environment, will open an outpost in Denver in the West Highlands neighborhood. Located in the former Edward Jones space at 3475 W. 32nd Avenue (32nd and Lowell), the shop owned by Drew Honness will be doing a lot of what it's been doing in Louisville: making and serving ice cream, hand spun milkshakes, freshly baked cookie sammies, frosted ice cream cakes, and more.
The Louisville location opened in August of 2010 and focused on selling a variety of flavors of ice creams, from the traditional Dutch Chocolate, Vanilla, and Rocky Road, to seasonal flavors like Pumpkin Pie, Peppermint Stick and Sweet Corn. Sweet Cow prides itself in the quality of its ingredients and avoids the traditional coloring of ice cream flavors in favor of the natural white coloring. The Louisville shop had a big ice cream truck to go along with the brick-and-mortar for off-site events. The Denver sister of the ice cream maker will come with its own set of wheels, the Denver Moo Mobile. The Denver outpost of Sweet Cow is scheduled to open early April.
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