Welcome to Hank’s!
A Beaver County tradition since 1947, Hank’s Frozen Custard offers a lot more than just creamy, delicious soft serve custard daily. Our Mexican food menu has dishes such as tacos, burritos, enchiladas and tostados along with favorites like steak or chicken salads, burgers and fresh-cut fries.
Located along the "Junction Stretch" section of Route 65 between Rochester and New Brighton, Hank’s Frozen Custard is easy to find. We are situated between the Beaver County YMCA and Powers Auto Sales. With easy access right off the main highway, you’ll be enjoying our great food and frozen treats in no time! Click our "Directions" page for detailed directions.
We invite you to explore our website and see what’s in store when you visit us in-person. Along the right-hand sidebar, you will see our daily flavors of frozen custard, as well as our current flavor of frozen yogurt (changes every couple days). And be sure to check out our extensive menus and our custom flavors pages!
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Weekends, especially Sunday evenings, you’ll often find classic cars gathered from around the area to show off in our huge parking lot. Take a walk around the lot to view the prized beauties!
We look forward to serving you some of Beaver County’s favorite treats. See you soon!
Hank’s Frozen Custard opened in 1948 by Hank Grosshans. They first introduced Mexican foods around 1960.
The artist’s palette sign was an original landmark, which signified all the flavors available.
Hank Grosshans is now deceased, and although his family is no longer involved, his custard-making legacy lives on.
The original stand was replaced around 2001 with a much more efficient building, including the freezers and coolers on the inside.
The custard is still made on the premises. Two of the four original Electro Freeze machines from 1950 are on display in the frozen custard room, but product is now made in a new machine, placed into service in 2008 (which is used daily).
There is also another Hank’s in Meadville, PA. They are no longer affiliated, but originally were brother-in-laws who shared the businesses.