Ice Cream Floats for the win: Eggloo x Brooklyn Crafted

Photo by: Eggloo Ice Cream

If you love ice cream floats and aren’t ready to give up your summer, stop by Eggloo Ice Cream Shop in Chinatown! Why? Because Eggloo has partnered up with Brooklyn-based craft beverage brand, Brooklyn Crafted to deliver a refreshing, Insta-worthy float. The float has 3 scoops of Eggloo ice cream covered in Brooklyn Crafted Ginger Beer, topped with whipped cream and sprinkles. Another cool thing about the floats is that you can choose from Berry Summer, Strawberry Feels, and OG Vanilla. The float just launched yesterday coinciding with National Float Day. No matter which flavor you choose, you’re bound to have a delicious treat!

 I tried the OG Vanilla float yesterday and I loved it! First of all, the combination of the spicy ginger beer flavor with the vanilla ice cream flavor is perfectly refreshing. Secondly, I like how the float comes with a can of Brooklyn Crafted Ginger Beer Extra Spicy. It definitely has a spicy, welcoming kick. In addition, the whipped cream and yellow sprinkles are a nice touch.  In other words, it’s really a delectable sweet creation!

You can get these limited-time ice cream floats through August 31st, and you’ll have a chance to get $1 off from August 19th-31st. All you have to do is present Eggloo’s Instagram post that’s going live on August 19th. Therefore, you should totally try one of the floats. What a tasty, exciting collaboration!

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