The 10 Best Cheese Manufacturers in Ohop, Washington
2. Beecher's Handmade Cheese
- 1576 Reviews
4. Little Island Creamery
- 11 Reviews
- 17 Reviews
8. Briar Rose Creamery
- 43 Reviews
9. TMK Creamery
- 74 Reviews
11. Goldin Artisan Goat Cheese
- 2 Reviews
12. Twin Sisters Creamery
- 115 Reviews
18. Don Froylan Creamery
- 144 Reviews
19. Mt Lehman Cheese Co
- 12 Reviews
20. Beaver Classic Cheese
- 2 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Cheese Manufacturers in Ohop are:
- Maximus Hollar (0/5)
- Beecher's Handmade Cheese (4.6/5)
- Evergreen Creamery (5/5)
- Little Island Creamery (4.5/5)
- LJ Ranch LLC. (3.3/5)
- CheeseButta (5/5)
- Fraga Farm Goat Cheese (5/5)
- Briar Rose Creamery (4.7/5)
- TMK Creamery (4.9/5)
- Acme Farms Cheese (5/5)
- Goldin Artisan Goat Cheese (3/5)
- Twin Sisters Creamery (4.8/5)
- Appel Farms Cheese (4.8/5)
- Ferndale Farmstead (4.9/5)
- Willamette Valley Cheese (4.7/5)
- Cowichan Station Creamery Ltd. (4/5)
- Haltwhistle Cheese Company (4.8/5)
- Don Froylan Creamery (4.6/5)
- Mt Lehman Cheese Co (4.4/5)
- Beaver Classic Cheese (5/5)
Here is a review from an user.
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.
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.
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.
I ran into these folks at the county fair, took a gamble on the garlic and pepperoni variety, got a free loaf to boot, and it turned out fantastic! Real, regular ingredients, a bunch of flavors, and lots of uses. So far we've made garlic bread, used it in grilled cheese, and are it with broccoli. /, and as far as I can tell it's a local company too. Would love to see them in some stores in the area! (Battle Ground Produce may be a good fit?)
This shop is well worth a stop if you’re in the area! We got two truffles (to die for - wish we’d gotten more), the feta (gone before we could take a picture), and this mini Maia that made its way home to PA with us. All were delicious and so fresh!
Wow! Absolutely impressed by this local family run business. Scheduled a guided tour for am on a Saturday and learned about the cows, the history of the creamery and how everything worked. Finished our tour with some delicious fried cheese curds, fresh grilled cheese and a corn dog. Had to try the soft serve ice cream as well - everything was great! Beautiful outdoor seating which was perfect on a warm summer day. Thanks for a great experience!
Found some of their brie at the Orcas Co-Op and it was delicious. Would highly recommend.
I don’t think this exists anymore. The website is gone and I drove by but there was no sign of any business, just a residential. Maybe they’ll return now that COVID restrictions are lifted but doesn’t appear to be there now.
Saw the sign on the highway and decided to take a chance. Awesome cheese and super friendly, knowledgeable staff. Free tastings sold me! My favorite was the blue cheese but it was all creamy and delicious!
Family owned, with generations of experience and dedication, Apple's is the kind of business that deserves to be supported and cherished. These are some of the best farmers in Northwest Washington, quietly stewarding thier corner of creation and serving well thier customers and neighbors.
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.
A cheese lovers must visit place while anywhere near Salem, Oregon. The tastings are free, and once you have sampled the over varieties, you will end up buying at least one. Smoked garlic in cheddar was delicious as was the aged chive &a pepper Gouda. The guide for the tasting, Jan Marie, was really knowledgeable about the surrounding area and gave a compelling story about the cheeses and where they came from. Cumin Gouda, chipotle cheddar and coffee cheddar were also very good but the Boerenkaas is the most popular as it pairs with numerous wines. Check out the photos I have posted.
They have really cool cheese selection. The carne asada nachos will fill you up. The quesadilla was very flavorful. Very nice hospitality. I’ll be back to try they’re ice cream. Very spacious as well.
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+
The OSU Creamery produces fantastic hand made cheese. You can purchase it on campus on Fridays.