Troy Business-From Ice Cream Cart to an ‘Udder’ly Big Expansion
It was a modest beginning for an ice cream business in Troy. They started as an ice cream cart welded together from old bed frames before opening their storefront in 2017. Now they are expanding their business in hopes to have a production facility soon.
The Dutch Udder Craft Ice Cream Shop is Expanding
The ice cream shop has been at 282 River Street in Troy since 2017 and now they are taking over the space next door. Its address is 282a River Street which was formerly Curated Phases jewelry store. Owners Kehmally Karl and Jeff McCauley said on their Facebook page,
Our love for Troy is so strong that we did a thing, we are expanding our shop next door. Hello, more indoor and outdoor seating this year!!!
Owners Kehmally Karl and Jeff McCauley also plan on building a new production facility on land they purchased in South Troy.
They hope to be producing and scooping Dutch Udder Craft Ice Cream in Troy by 2024.
Dutch Udder Craft Ice Cream's Facebook post:
The owners told the Albany Business Review that taking over this new space will also allow them to add other fun things to their menu in the future. They said that they have been thinking about how to expand The Dutch Udder for a while now. They hope to add more menu items and get into wholesale operations too.