Cincinnati-based boozy ice cream shop Buzzed Bull Creamery is expanding to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
According to a press release, the franchise will open a new location in the bustling entertainment city by the end of the year.
The creamery first opened in Over-the-Rhine in the spring of 2017, an has since opened an additional location in Wilmington, North Carolina, with four other locations throughout Ohio, North Carolina and Tennessee coming soon.
Buzzed Bull uses liquid nitrogen to create both "buzzed" — aka alcohol-infused — and regular ice cream creations and milkshakes.
The boozy ice cream shop offers 32 different flavors of ice cream and more than 20 mix-ins. The alcoholic options (for those 21-and-up, of course) start at 5 percent ABV. Alcohol options run the gamut from flavored vodkas and moonshines to bourbon, brandy and tequila.
Popular flavor combos include Honey Pecan (honey ice cream, pecans, whipped cream and bourbon) and Death By Chocolate (chocolate ice cream, brownie bites, chocolate chips, chocolate sauce and chocolate vodka).
Location details for the Pigeon Forge store have yet to be announced, but you can follow along on their Facebook page for updates.