Get the Scoop on Cockeye Creamery!
On June 16, come back to this page to watch our interview with Kent State alumnus, Max Hoover, owner of Cockeye Creamery in Warren, Ohio. Max focuses on creating unique flavors and recipes that showcase local and often overlooked ingredients.
In the video, Max talks about the science behind ice cream, what making a difference in his family’s community means to him and how Kent State helped him on his journey. You’ll also get a sneak peek at the limited-time-only, super-premium flavor he created that’s reminiscent of his time in Kent, aptly named “Black Squirrel.” They’ll be scooping Black Squirrel from June 16 – 23, and Max will donate 15% of Black Squirrel ice cream proceeds to The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University, which provides nutritious food and meals each week for students and Portage County community members struggling with food insecurity. This is a cause close to his heart, so if you’re not able to visit Cockeye Creamery June 16 - June 23, please consider making your own donation to The Campus Kitchen today.
Check back June 16 to Get the Scoop on Max’s story and on Cockeye Creamery!