Meet Washington Cheesemaker Members
Discover and meet all the amazing cheese makers of Washington. We all strive to highlight some of Washington's very best cheeses throughout our region!
Acme is a small town in western Washington ninety miles north of Seattle on Highway 9. We make artisan cheese because we believe that small batches and traditional recipes yield the best cheese.
Our passion behind Appel Farms cheese comes from our love of farming, family, the land, and the community that we live in, and that is what we love to share. We’re all about creating the best quality cheese for the customers we love.
Beecher's Handmade Cheese is an artisan cheesemaker and retail shop with locations in the Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington and New York City's Flatiron District.
Cascadia Creamery is a family run operation located in the foothills of Mt. Adams in the town of Trout Lake, Washington. We craft cave aged, raw, certified organic artisan cheeses. Cascadia Creamery was born through a desire to develop a deep, healthy relationship with the land and revive a long history of artisan cheesemaking in the Trout Lake Valley. Here in the shadow of Mt. Adams, we utilize the area's mineral-rich glacial streams and ancient volcanic caves to give our cheeses true "Cascadia terrior".
Cherry Valley Dairy has been an architectural and agricultural feature in Duvall for more than 80 years. Today, the refurbished dairy and its new creamery are an inspiring example of how artisanal practices and environmental stewardship can come together to nourish the community and respect the land.
Nestled on Livingston Mountain in Southwest Washington, a herd of dairy goats are gently tended to produce high quality goats milk and goats milk dairy products. Twenty five Nubian does are milked twice daily for their sweet and low fat milk, some of which produces tasty goats milk cheese.
Founded in 2016, Evergreen Creamery is a licensed creamery in southern Washington nestled in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. The surrounding wilderness lays a canvas and inspires the production of our small-batch handmade raw-milk artisan aged cheeses. Our focus is to work collaboratively with our neighboring organic dairies to raise the happiest and healthiest cows, in turn producing the highest quality raw milk we can source. Contact us & come give us a visit!
Fantello Farmstead Creamery is a small family owned business. With inspiration to create new alpine style cheeses from the foothills of Mt.Rainier. Located on the Enumclaw Plateau, grasses grown in our local area, and the young Jersey herd we have developed, comes the richest raw milk we are blessed with to produce our cheese.
Within the heart of the Pacific Northwest, in Washington state, three generations of the Wavrin family are proud to present artisan cheese crafted in the Italian tradition. This happens on our farm in Ferndale. We use only milk we produce from cows we raise, fed from the crops that we grow.
Family owned and operated Grade A dairy farm on Whidbey Island, committed to sustainable agriculture practices and the production of fine sheep milk cheeses and pasture raised lamb. Located on the lovely eastern coastline of Whidbey Island, our farm has been in the Swanson family for three generations. With forest, pasture, ponds and meadows, the farm provides a diversity of high quality habitat for livestock and wildlife. Our family’s goals are to nurture the land, our family, and our livestock through the use of creative, sustainable farming practices and the production of high quality sheep milk cheeses and pasture raised lamb.
Golden Glen Creamery makes all-natural and handcrafted products with milk from a small and healthy herd of Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey cows.
The farm is on 40 acres of fertile farmland in the beautiful Skagit Valley, surrounded by the Cascade Mountains & Puget Sound - midway between Seattle & the Canadian border.We make farmstead goat cheeses, meaning only our milk goes into making our award-winning cheeses and our herd of LaMancha goats are milked twice a day.
Harmony Fields is located in Bow, WA near the Samish River. Our mission is to integrate the operating values of an organically managed farm with those of a creative studio thereby producing a spectrum of healthy produce and education in art and health.
Lost Peacock Creamery is a Grade A Goat Dairy in Olympia, Washington. We specialize in fresh and aged goat cheese. Also, goat yoga! At Lost Peacock Creamery the goats have wings, the pigs have polka dots, and the trees hug us back. Everyone has a place at our table. And no, we don’t milk the peacocks
At Mt. Townsend Creamery, we handcraft a product that captures the character of the Olympic Peninsula, reinvigorating old world traditions to produce delicious, artisan cheeses.
Mountain Lodge Farm is a Grade A dairy making farmstead cheeses from the sweet milk of our herd of Nigerian dwarf and LaMancha goats that we raise on our land in the foothills of Mt. Rainier. We also pasture raise Black Welsh Mountain Sheep, a heritage breed, for delicious USDA certified lamb. We believe in education and outreach to our community and those that eat our exquisitely made products. We offer classes, participation in our volunteer program and monthly farm open houses. Our animals have access to pasture year round, whether it is the hillside for goat and llama escapades or the lower pasture where our flock of sheep raise their lambs under the watchful eye of Mt. Rainier. We look forward to meeting you and sharing what our animals help us create on this verdant land in the Pacific Northwest.
Pine Stump Farms strives to make the tastiest spectrum of farmstead goat cheeses.
Located in Ferndale, WA Pleasant Valley Dairy has been making traditional raw milk cheeses for 40 years.
River Valley Cheese began with a focus on making handmade artisan cheese. We bring this art to you by inviting you to engage in our hands-on artisan classes, located just 30 minutes east of Seattle.
Samish Bay Cheese is owned and operated by Suzanne and Roger Wechsler. About 200 acres in the northwest corner of Skagit County, Washington. We have a mixed herd, mostly Milking Shorthorns, some crossed with Jersey, Holstein, or Dutch Belted.
We make artisan cheeses by hand, for people who want to eat delicious foods that are free from chemicals and come from healthy and humanely raised grass-fed animals.
Twin Sisters Creamery is a small family business specializing in handmade Artisan Cheese. Inspired by our twin daughters to pursue our dream of becoming cheesemakers, we opened our brand new creamery in Ferndale, WA in August 2015. We proudly produce Whatcom Blue Cheese and Farmhouse Cheeses made with raw Jersey Cows milk. Guests can visit our full retail cheese shop featuring up to 80 local and imported cheeses, and watch cheese being made through our large viewing windows into the production room
We provide teaching and research opportunities to the university community and to the dairy industry, exceptional work experience to student employees and financial support to students and university operations. This will be accomplished by constantly providing safe dairy products of exceptional quality, with outstanding customer service.