The minds behind two locally owned ice cream shops in Montrose and in the Heights have partnered on a new concept offering ice cream treats alongside a selection of beer and wine.

The two Houston shops—Craft Creamery, found at 1338 Westheimer Road, Ste. B, and Sweet Bribery, found at 250 W. 19th St., Ste. E—are already operating the new concept at Sweet Bribery's 19th Street location. The shop is now called Sweet Bribery by Craft Creamery.

Ice creams available include the classic ice creams Sweet Bribery is known for as well as creative options from Craft Creamery, which include Smokey BBQ Brisket, jalapeno cornbread and real tomato tarragon, according to a Sept. 6 news release.

The shop features 20 ice cream flavors in total, which also includes Sweet Bribery options, such as Tahitian vanilla, real strawberry and salted chocolate.

"We have dreamed of being on a busy corner in the Heights since we started the business and knew that this was the perfect opportunity to make it come true," said Steve Marques, founder and chef of Craft Creamery, in a statement.

The new shop also features an expanded line of sorbets, and "adult" ice creams and floats. The menu includes options where patrons can pair mini ice cream courses with local wine.

Full offerings will include sorbet and champagne float flights, beer floats, and affogatos made with Katz’ Coffee, according to the release.

Although the new concept is open, Craft Creamery will continue to run its Montrose store until its final service Sept. 10.