Biting into a classic in Brunswick

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Ethan Boll didn’t get to eat his doughnut alone on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the reopening of Frosty’s Donuts in Brunswick. Ethan’s mom, Anna, who said she had her first Frosty’s 15 years ago, had to have a taste while she waited in line.The reopening of Frosty’s Donuts on Maine Street in Brunswick on Saturday, Feb. 11, attracted a line of customers that formed at 6:30 a.m. and wrapped around the block before the doors opened at 8 a.m. A complete sellout of 230 dozen doughnuts happened before 10 a.m., and as in the past, all the glazed twists were gone by 9 a.m.John Frost, left, son of Frosty’s founders Bob and June Frost, cuts a ribbon with new owners Shelby St. Andre and Nels Omdal to reopen Frosty’s on Saturday, Feb. 11. Frost has been a doughnut baker for 46 years.Maryli Tiemann arrived at 6:30 Saturday morning to be the first customer through the door when Frosty’s reopened at 8 a.m. in Brunswick.