Ohio State Sports Properties and Perry’s Ice Cream have announced a co-branded ice cream flavor. In a nod to the state’s Buckeye fan base, Perry’s crafted The NutHouse, a new custom flavor that will be available in early August, just as fans prepare to pour into “The Shoe” for football season. 

The NutHouse is creamy sea salt caramel ice cream with brownie batter swirls and peanut butter cookie dough. 

In addition to indulging in your Buckeye spirit, a portion of the proceeds from the purchases of this product will go to support Ohio State scholarships and student activities. 

“We’re thrilled that Perry’s created this unique flavor to recognize the loyal and passionate Ohio State fanbase. With the additional contribution to OSU student scholarships and activities, we appreciate Perry’s support of the Buckeyes, and this flavor is a big win!” said Todd Knisley, vice president/general manager for LEARFIELD’s Ohio State Sports Properties, the university’s athletics multimedia rightsholder.

Perry’s ice cream is sold at Ohio retailers including Beuhler’s, Dave’s Market’s, Discount Drug Mart, Giant Eagle, Meijer and other grocery stores.


About Perry’s Ice Cream
Perry’s Ice Cream is a Great Lakes regional brand. Founded in 1918, by H. Morton Perry, Perry’s is a fourth generation, family owned and led business that supplies brands and products that people love and enjoy.  Deploying a three-pillar strategy to diversify its business model, including: the traditional manufacturing and marketing of Perry’s branded ice cream, a Distribution system that covers more than 100,000 square miles and a global Contract Manufacturing segment that supplies to over 35 countries. With over 400 employees, Perry’s uses fresh, local, high-quality milk and cream to proudly craft and slow-cook its ice cream for an exceptionally creamy texture and taste which consumers have fallen in love with for over 100 years. Perry’s is the 26th largest ice cream brand in the country and our products can be found in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia.