Mile High Farms Collaboration

Little Man Ice Cream to Serve Unique Mile High Farms Flavor for Fall


Mile High Farms Hits Little Man Ice Cream’s Test Kitchen with Youthful Imagination

DENVER, CO (Sept. 19, 2013) – Mile High Farms will be collaborating with Little Man to create a unique, autumn themed ice cream flavor with their fresh-picked Pam’s and Blue Delights culinary pumpkins.

Little Man has established itself as one of the most innovative and sought-after ice cream, gelato and sorbet spots in Denver, bringing original flavor combinations and a great ambiance to the heart of the Lower Highlands neighborhood. With Mile High Farms being very creatively-driven and family focused, they have joined creative forces with Little Man’s to create an ice cream flavor to match the uniqueness of the season.

This Friday, September 20th, Mile High Farms will enlist the imaginative guidance of kids from Gold Crown Enrichment to enter Little’s Man test kitchen to develop an ice cream using Mile High Farm’s own pumpkins starting October. Also available, Mile High Farms pumpkin varieties will be sold on Little Man’s coveted patio for your family’s carving and decorating.

About Mile High Farms

Mile High Farms was founded in 2011 and is currently operated by the farm’s property owners Jon, Bill and Debbie Coyle. Their goal was to create a family Fall attraction that would offer a unique experience unlike any other in the Denver-Metro area. It is truly a place filled with kids imagination as children helped to create the attractions by submitting drawings to inspire the themes and colors used throughout the farm. Another mission of Mile High Farms is to educate communities on agriculture while inspiring creativity and creating new family traditions. Future plans include developing the farm into a year-round attraction. For more information, hours and prices visit

About Little Man Ice Cream

Little Man Ice Cream is an ice cream shop located in the Highland neighborhood of Denver. Little man offers delicious ice cream, gelato, and sorbet that are made from scratch locally that strives to give back to their community, both locally and abroad. Inspired by vintage Coney Island hot dog-shaped stands, business is conducted within a twenty-eight foot tall, 14,000 lb. cream can. The Little Man experience is a successful reminiscent of eras past, with the experience of vintage Route 66 and town squares, county fairs and amusement parks. From the great flavors of homemade ice creams & hand-crafted malts, to the smell of fresh waffle cones cooked on site, mixed with the music of classic cartoons, all in a setting reminiscent of the past—it is Little Man’s goal develop competitive advantage by engaging all of the customer’s senses. For more information, hours, prices and their charitable endeavors visit

About Gold Crown Enrichment

The Gold Crown Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation founded in 1986 by former NBA great Bill Hanzlik and Colorado business leader Ray Baker. The organization operates with a mission to provide opportunities and “Educate Youth and Community Through Sports and Enrichment Programs”. As the organization has continued to grow, the Gold Crown Foundation has been able to open Gold Crown’s Computer Clubhouse: a free-of-charge, award-winning program model developed by the Boston Museum of Science and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory. The Clubhouse provides a creative and safe after-school learning environment where over 400 registered members (ages 10-18) from the Sheridan corridor work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology. For more information and current projects visit