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Iron Hill and UD Students brew something up

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Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant and the University of Delaware are partnering for a program that will give College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students a chance to intern at the brewery and give Iron Hill the chance to serve student-made ice cream at its 12 locations.

Using milk from a local farm, the student creamery will produce several ice cream flavors, including some that use Iron Hill’s own Russian Imperial Stout.

Students will have the opportunity to serve a six-month brewing internship at the restaurant. The internship will focus on the science of brewing.

“We’re thrilled to expand our partnership with the University of Delaware, and look forward to hosting their bright, inquisitive students as part of this undergraduate internship program,”  Iron Hill Co-Founder Kevin Davies said.  “We’re also excited and proud to offer our guests these premium, from-scratch ice creams in a way that provides support to one of the nation’s most exceptional universities.”

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