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October Milkshake Madness

October Milkshake Madness

Molly Smith   |   10/6/2020

While September’s Milkshake Madness battle left three Greek gods and goddesses going head-to-head in a fierce combat, one has prevailed above the rest. Congratulations to the one and only Apollo. This delectable blend tastes identical to a classic vanilla ice cream cone and will continue to be available to order throughout the month of October. With that being said: spooky season has finally arrived!

You may be wondering what we have in store this month for our Milkshake Madness and “bone-chilling” is an understatement. We are paying homage to R.L. Stine’s delightfully creepy Goosebumps empire.

The cold air creeps up your spine as you exit the car. An ominous feeling overtakes you and you make your way to the front doors of the Meeple. Suddenly, that feeling gives way to a rush of excitement. You see the new chalkboard adorned with the unparalleled artwork displaying the new milkshakes for the month of October. The feeling of dread relinquishes itself and now all you can think is which eerily delicious flavor to dig into first.

Will you take your chances and give The Haunted Mask (Pistachio Pineapple Mallow) a try? Beware with this one, as it comes with quite a scream-worthy accoutrement. Or perhaps you’d like to Go Eat Worms! (Oreo Fudge) and taste the creepy crawly delights that await you.  Don’t fret if you’re feeling more adventurous, order One Day at Horrorland (Cotton Candy) and see why they say it’s sure to make all your nightmares come to life!

Make a night of it and come try a specialty milkshake flight of all the spooky new flavors and book an Escape Room using the code SPOOKTOBER to save $5 per person.

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.