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    New City Microcreamery's March Madness Contest Returns

  • Industry News March 21, 2019

    New City Microcreamery announced it’s third annual #NCMCMarchMadness contest where one lucky winner will receive an entire summer’s worth of ice cream.  The contest can be found on New City Microcreamery’s Facebook. Entering the contest is simple—entrants like the post and comment with their predicted pick that they think will win the Championship.  Each week a new bracket and poll will help determine the round of winners chosen by the community. The contest runs until April 20th.  Grand Prize is Ice Cream from May 1-September 1 redeemable at both the Hudson and Cambridge location.  Consolation prizes include a 6” ice cream cake, ice cream sandwiches, an ice cream party pack, and gift cards.

    Partners, Karim El-Gamal, Michael Kasseris, and Jason Kleinerman opened New City Microcreamery on Hudson’s Main Street in May 2015 and expanded to Cambridge in the fall of 2018. New City Microcreamery’s flagship shop and open kitchen production facility are located across the street from their restaurant, The Rail Trail Flatbread Co. in Hudson. The Rail Trail Flatbread Co. was established in 2012 and the award-winning team is known for their wood-fired flatbreads and expansive craft beer program.

    New City Microcreamery combines classic New England farm-fresh dairy with a first of its kind modern liquid nitrogen process for all eyes to see in its open kitchen. The end result is a cross between the creamiest classic New England ice cream and modern technique at its most indulgent. The creative confections start with milk from Massachusetts based Mapleline Farm and is steeped with boundary-pushing and local ingredients and then flash frozen with liquid nitrogen in small batches.

    If one is lucky enough to find the hidden door in the rear of the shop, they would be pleasantly transported to what feels like another world. What awaits the curious imbiber is what locals call <> ( also known as Less Than Greater Than). A speakeasy cocktail bar where guests can watch their drinks and dishes come together from across the soapstone bar or cozy up in the dining room at this dimly-lit cocktail refuge. The bar specializes in decadent food, craft cocktails and a creamy, almost frozen whipped ice cream cocktails they call “Spirits and Cream,” all made-to-order using liquid nitrogen right before your eyes.

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