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The Charmery to open its 'Ice Cream Factory' at Union Collective next week

Baltimore ice cream company The Charmery will open its largest facility, known as “The Ice Cream Factory,” next week at Union Collective in Medfield.

With its original store in Hampden and a recently opened location in Towson, the Charmery’s expansion will continue on July 2, when owners Laura and David Alima open the doors to its newest store inside the Union Collective manufacturing/retail complex. The new 5,000-square-foot space will include 2,000 square footage for retail and seating, while the rest will house its new production facility, according to a news release. (Ice cream production is moving from Hampden to Medfield, though the Hampden store will remain open to the public.)

Located at 1700 W. 41st St., the new space will allow the Charmery to increase its ice cream production from 40 gallons per day to approximately 300, according to the release.

The new Charmery, which is located next to Union Collective’s Earth Treks climbing gym, will be open noon-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and noon-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, the release said.

The Charmery, which also serves dairy-free and vegan options, sells ice cream cones, milkshakes, sundaes and more. Regular flavors served include Tell Tale Chocolate, Old Bay Caramel, and Otterbein Sugar Cookie.

Tenants at Union Collective, a massive manufacturing/retail project anchored by Union Craft Brewing Co., have begun opening their doors to the public. Earth Treks and Union Craft Brewing opened this month, while local businesses including the Baltimore Whiskey Co., Vent Coffee Roasters and others plan to open in the near future.

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