Between July 21 and August 6 Phish will hold court at Madison Square Garden in New York City for a 13-show residency dubbed the “Baker’s Dozen.” Another Vermont institution, Ben & Jerry’s, will celebrate the run by prepping a new Limited Batch donut-themed flavor: Freezer Reprise.
Freezer Reprise is sweet cream ice cream with a vanilla glaze, chocolate donut swirl, chocolate donut pieces and fudge fish. The limited edition flavor will be available for fans to taste at an event outside of MSG on the opening night of the run, July 21. In addition, Freezer Reprise will be served at a viewing of the webcast featuring the final night of the run, August 6, at Burlington’s Three Needs Taproom & Brewery.
Ben & Jerry’s has teamed with artist Jim Pollock to create a limited edition t-shirt celebrating Freezer Reprise and Phish’s “Baker’s Dozen” run. Head to the WaterWheel Foundation booth inside Madison Square Garden to pick one up or purchase the t-shirt from Ben & Jerry’s online store. The ice cream maker will share all proceeds from donations for the flavor and sales of the t-shirt to WaterWheel, which is Phish’s charitable organization.
Phish and Ben & Jerry’s had previously paired up for the Phish Food flavor which is still available more than 20 years after its launch.
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