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Like cheese? Clock Shadow Creamery provides amazingly fresh, local cheese

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(WITI) -- Like cheese? Chip hangs at Clock Shadow Creamery to get a behind the scenes look at how they make cheese.  Opening in April of 2012, Clock Shadow Creamery is located on the ground floor of the newest “green” Fix building in the Walker’s Point Neighborhood, according to their website. While it is the first urban cheese factory in Wisconsin, our cheese makers are certainly aged – with wisdom.  Clock Shadow Creamery was created by the founders of Cedar Grove Cheese, one of Wisconsin’s oldest cheese producers.  Cedar Grove Cheese introduced a small scale cheese laboratory several years ago in Plain, WI to accommodate the desire of small farmers and itinerant cheese makers to produce and market small batches of specialty artisan cheese varieties.

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1 Comment

  • bwcarey

    in Europe, they used to dump milk when it reached a quota, they still do, and farmers are penalised when this happens, price penalty, when all the time they could have formed a cheese factory, how simple is that, fine presentation, thanks

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