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August Milkshake Madness

August Milkshake Madness

Molly Smith   |   08/4/2020

The month of July was a heated battle between our three Smash Bros. milkshakes, and let’s just say that while the world crumbled around them, they truly fought until the very end. We are proud to announce that our winner for July is the one and only Mario with his Forward Air Fritter! Stop in and snag yours while you still can the entire month of August! Speaking of which, August’s Milkshake Madness theme is sure to leave you truly puzzled as to which flavor is the best. 

August brings a crew of unsuspecting flavors to the table as we pay homage to the classic board game Clue. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, Clue is a tabletop game where players move around a board depicting a mansion in order to determine which of the game’s six suspects murdered Mr. Boddy with what weapon and in what room. Don’t be fooled – you must use your detective skills to figure out whodunnit and things aren’t always as they appear… let’s meet this month’s suspects!

Last seen hiding in the corridor is Professor Plum (Black Raspberry, White Chocolate) who seemed to be looking grim – maybe he had a taste of something not so sweet or maybe… just maybe…. he knows he may be caught red-handed. Meanwhile, Miss Scarlet (Red Velvet, Cherry) is posted up in the Dining Room adjusting the candlestick centerpiece – assuredly she must be tidying up out of the goodness of her own heart. Last but not least we just saw Mrs. Peacock (Lemon, Blueberry) making her way through the Ballroom with a wrench… maybe she’s on her way to a leaky pipe?

No matter their alibis, only one of these three will come out on top as the winner of August’s Milkshake Madness and the sly dog who figured out whodunnit. Stop in today to try all three flavors on their own or get them all together in a specialty milkshake flight!

Molly Smith

Molly Smith is a wanderer of the Wasteland, a lover of all that is hoppy, and only burns grilled cheese half the time. She spent her college days trekking around Franklin Hall at Kent State University where she pursued her degree in marketing and advertising. Her passion for guest satisfaction and love for event planning led her to the Malted Meeple and Ravenwood Castle.