Alpine Chill offers a new twist on the old parlor

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By Barbra Louis
For The Alpine Sun
Alpine Chill, the new frozen yogurt store in Alpine, opened last Saturday, July 26th, to a crowd of people who were anxiously waiting to sample some refreshing, cooling yogurt. The first 50 people received their yogurt, on the house, which made a lot of happy customers.
The store is owned by Dale and Sandy Hinrichs who have resided in Alpine for 25 years. The Store manager Joell Frank who greets everyone with a smile.

By Barbra Louis
For The Alpine Sun
Alpine Chill, the new frozen yogurt store in Alpine, opened last Saturday, July 26th, to a crowd of people who were anxiously waiting to sample some refreshing, cooling yogurt. The first 50 people received their yogurt, on the house, which made a lot of happy customers.
The store is owned by Dale and Sandy Hinrichs who have resided in Alpine for 25 years. The Store manager Joell Frank who greets everyone with a smile.
The owners want Alpine Chill to be a big part of the Community not only offering refreshing treats but also to support community endeavors such as Little League.
The Store has 6 machines that offers 12 different flavors and is designed to harken back to the old-fashioned ice cream shop. There are 28 different toppings and 12 different cold toppings.
The tables have boomerang laminate with ribbed metal edging, a retro enhancement that supports the ice cream parlor décor along with the striped wallpaper and the wood ceiling. There is seating for 25 people in the Store.
Alpine Chill is a welcome business and a delicious choice for frozen yogurt in Alpine.

Alpine Chill offers a new twist on the old parlor

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