You can now get Brockhampton’s glittering vegan milkshakes at Monty’s Good Burger
Los Angeles-based vegan fast-food restaurant Monty’s Good Burger recently teamed up with hip-hop boy band Brockhampton to launch two limited-edition shakes. The colorful new menu items, created in honor of Brockhampton’s new album, Roadrunner: New light, new machine– are available in “New Light”, a citrus-flavored shake lined with orange and gold glitter. and “New Machine”, a citrus-flavored shake with blue and purple glitter. Both shakes are also mixed with dark rainbow sprinkles and topped with whipped cream.
The partnership also includes the launch of the four-part Monty’s Good Burger x Brockhampton capsule collection, which combines the band’s Roadrunner album cover with Monty’s branded aesthetic of bold blues, reds and plaid prints. The line of merchandise includes a hoodie ($ 70), jogger ($ 70), long sleeve shirt ($ 45), and hat ($ 35) and is available at all four Monty locations.
This isn’t the first time the vegan burger chain, founded in 2018 by close friends including Coachella’s culinary director Nic Adler, has worked with celebrities. Last year, Monty teamed up with rapper Vince Staples to promote his Meat is Murder milkshake, which was used to raise money for the restaurant’s monthly animal adoption drive. The shop also partnered with rapper YG to develop their first FDT combo merchandise package (Fuck Donald Trump), which included a double burger, french fries, shake and a limited edition FDT shirt by YG x Monty. And earlier this year, Monty started the Cookie Doughlan Twins Shake in collaboration with comedy duo The Dolan Twins. The proceeds will go to the Earthling Ed animal shelter.
In addition to working with celebrities on unique collaborations to support good causes, Monty also makes direct donations to support his community. Earlier this month, Monty donated meals to Los Angeles-based My Friend’s Place, a charity that works to help LGBTQ + youth affected by homelessness. Meals were handed out by vegan celebrities Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Billie Eilish and their family members on the occasion of the one year anniversary of Support + feed– An initiative that helps feed frontline workers and vulnerable populations while supporting local vegan restaurants.
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