Straight from the Farm

Straight from the Farm

One of our favorite aspects of Steel City Pops is our focus on local growers and partnerships. In every community of which we are a part, we try to seek out the best farmers, artisans and breweries in the area and have our ingredients locally sourced. With the fall come several new delicious fall flavors, and we wanted to take a minute to highlight several of our amazing suppliers. …

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Have a Pop-Bar at Your Party!

Have a Pop-Bar at Your Party!

The cooler months are coming, and with them come one of our favorite things at Steel City Pops – Chocolate Dipping! For those of you who are new to our pops, we like to add a creative (and delicious) spin to our pops in the winter. We melt rich milk chocolate into creamy goodness right in our stores. You can then get any flavor pop dipped at our counter. …

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Top 10 Events of the Summer

Top 10 Events of the Summer

If you have been around Alabama or DFW, you might have seen one of our carts around town; either at a wedding, festival, or local market. Catering events started out as a way to serve our customers. It was only natural to come to you, where you are. We love it because it allows us to connect with each community we are a part of in a very unique way. 

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The Meaning in the Skyline

The Meaning in the Skyline

If you’ve made your way into one of our shops outside of our hometown of Birmingham, you may have wondered about the murals on the walls. Specifically, the brawny silhouette of a man holding his pop courageously to the sky may have caught your eye. Many customers have just as many questions about who he is as they do about why we would put jalapeño or sour cream in our …

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God Bless America

God Bless America

As we celebrate our nation’s independence today, my wife and I have found ourselves with a wide range of emotions in 2015.

You see, five days ago, we dropped our oldest son, Fisher, off at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  He is entering the Class of 2019 and in four years, he will likely be commissioned into the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant and will …

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