The 10 Best Cheese Manufacturers near Ferndale, Washington
Some of the most higly rated Cheese Manufacturers near Ferndale are:
- Ferndale Farmstead (4.9/5)
- Twin Sisters Creamery (4.8/5)
- Appel Farms Cheese (4.8/5)
- Acme Farms Cheese (5/5)
- Mt Lehman Cheese Co (4.4/5)
- Cowichan Station Creamery Ltd. (4/5)
- Haltwhistle Cheese Company (4.8/5)
- Little Qualicum Cheeseworks (4.7/5)
- Morningstar Farm (4.7/5)
- BoMé Cheese (4.7/5)
- Beecher's Handmade Cheese (4.6/5)
- Maximus Hollar (0/5)
- LJ Ranch LLC. (3.3/5)
- Tanto Latte - BC Italian Cheese Producer (4.9/5)
- Little Island Creamery (4.5/5)
- D Dutchmen Dairy Ltd (4.5/5)
- Evergreen Creamery (5/5)
- CheeseButta (5/5)
- Fraga Farm Goat Cheese (5/5)
- Kootenay Alpine Cheese Company (5/5)
Here is a review from an user.
Just dropped by without an appointment. Daniel was so kind in giving us an impromptu tour. He made the artisan cheese making process fascinating. He was gracious in answering all our questions. We couldn't have asked for a more knowledgeable and friendly guide. We'll be looking for Ferndale cheeses in the markets he recommended.
Fabulous visit. Owner Lindsay was kind to my son and explained how they make the cheese, then gave us samples. We will be sure to stop again in the future for our cheese plate fixings!
Wow! This local shop is a hidden paradise... I called at 4: and they close at 5: and she said she would stay open for me without asking my name or who I was or what I was coming for.. We arrived to find a very well laid out shop with good parking ,a drive thru and much more appealing things to the landscape like the pond with at least gold fish in the back by the picnic area! Amazing cheese at good prices, fresh and local food and products.
Found some of their brie at the Orcas Co-Op and it was delicious. Would highly recommend.
I had the good fortune of finding Matsqui aged & plain Chevre at a Christmas market and I am so grateful. Both, are beautiful! Definitely recommend A+
Great place! Delicious cheese, a great shop with local items and a coffee shop inside! The farm is great to see. We saw a baby cow that was 3 days old, it was precious. We got to feed some bigger baby cows and chat to some adult cows (they are SO loud it's surprising every time)
Some of the best mac and cheese I've ever had. Super creamy and flavorful! I didn't expect it to be slightly spicy but it was greatly welcomed. The mac itself was cooked pretty well too. Watching the cheese being made while eating was a pretty cool experience.
The Gouda was one of the most exquisite cheeses I’ve had. Beautiful crystals and bursts of flavor in a creamy aged Gouda. The proprietor is a little rough around the edges-but make great cheese.
Received a tour from the butter girl, sorry forgot her name but she's super cool. Twin babies were born a week ago and we got to see them scamper around. Bought some food and shirts, they're working on selling their own ice cream.
open year round. Service is awesome. Soooo many treats and even had local pottery this time. It's a tradition and my family to stop in there. Make it one of yours💜
Such a killer spread. I’m gonna put this on everything for a month just to make my surroundings more delicious. My dog will be more pettable because it’ll be spreadable. My remote will turn into a delicious snack. Nothing is safe from being edible now. Nothing.
We are blessed to coincidentally make it to Saturday opening hours of Kootenay Alpine Cheese Company during our trip. My heart lifted to see one of their principle: "Healthy Soil" - good food from the soil up in addition to creative-modern hygienic humane treatment for their cows and probably all plants and animals living in this farm. They use a robot system to milk their cows, an automated mechanical manure scrapping system, a Fly vacuum to get pesky flies off their cows back; harmful chemical sprays are never used to maintain bugs benefit to the ecosystem; they even provide dedicated area called "Calf Barn" and "SPA" for New (cow) Moms and Special Needs, SO COOL!!! We did not see anyone during our self guided tour except many contented yet curious cows; it was really funny (and amazing) to watch how their cows queued in front of the milking gate then adjusted their feet for the robot arms :)) Happy soil, happy cows, happy people. God bless the Owners/Operators of Kootenay Alpine Cheese Company.