Pumpkin & White Chocolate Pretzel ice cream is here! Fall flavors have officially hit our dip cases and (of course) we gave pumpkin a serious upgrade with white chocolate covered pretzels. It’s creamy, crunchy and sweet! Available at all locations all month long.
This May, Humphry Slocombe—the small-batch ice cream brand synonymous with local, ultra-premium flavors—is celebrating the diverse flavors of the Bay Area by showcasing ice cream that reflects the neighborhood personalities of its two stores (the Mission and the Ferry Building).
Since opening in San Francisco eight years ago, Humphry Slocombe has established itself as a leader in cutting-edge flavors and uncompromising quality by pioneering ice cream made with locally sourced fruits, veggies, spices and booze. Co-Founders, Jake Godby (Chef) and Sean Vahey (Food & Beverage Manager) used their extensive culinary backgrounds to create new flavors and experiences never seen before.
But the ice cream is what matters. To celebrate the culinary diversity of the Mission and Ferry Building, Humphry Slocombe will feature 6 flavors at each store that represent each neighborhood’s personality starting on May 1, 2017.
Below is a full list of what it will be offering:
Ferry Building – the historic Ferry Building is a vibrant community of like-minded local farmers, artisan producers, and independently owned and operated food businesses and the customers they serve. Humphry Slocombe has partnered with its artisan neighbors to showcase their signature products.
McEvoy Olive Oil & Rhubarb Compote
Recchiuti Burnt Caramel Crunch – burnt caramel ice cream with chocolate covered pretzels and peanut butter balls
Cowgirl Creamery Fromage blanc with Strawberry Compote
Fort Point Smoked Manzanita w/Moonphase Caramel
Far West Fungi Candy Cap
Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee
Mission District – the Mission is a diverse and artsy neighborhood in San Francisco, with deep Latino roots. This is where Humphry Slocombe opened its first shop in 2008, and continues to be inspired by the neighborhood to this day.
Fort Point Beer Company brings San Francisco Beer Week to the Ferry Building with events and featured products like the Fort Point/Humphry Slocombe Happy Hour Friday, February 17, 4pm-6pm at the Fort Point Taproom featuring Manzanita Ice Cream and Beer Floats.
And Fort Point Supports the National Parks on Sunday, February 12 and Wednesday, February 15. All sales of their Park beer will be donated to the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. In addition, Fort Point will have on hand *New Frontier*, the SF Brewers’ Guild collaboration kölsch; *Automatic*, their new Export Lager; as well as fresh batches of *Animal* IPA.