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Clock Shadow Creamery, Milwaukee

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Nice find in an urban area. Fresh cheese curds M-F so ours were day old but good. Nice selection of cheeses along with chutneys, crackers, etc. Also "local" honey fresh from a hive on their building! ...  more »
  • Not sure I understand the negative reviews. I looked online for a cheese making tour when visiting my grandson in Milwaukee. This is what I found. It is extremely inexpensive and was extremely interes...  more »
  • Dropped by after our tour was canceled. Had various fresh cheeses and for items. Disappointed them at there tour was not happening on that day.  more »
Google
  • A great, quick tour/explanation of cheese making, for a fun morning or afternoon thing to do, that is not too expensive. Free parking was easy to find on the street on a Tuesday afternoon. I would recommend doing with kids 7 years old and up. They are a little skimpy with their free cheese samples.
  • My wife can't stop raving about the maple qwark cheese. It is her favorite by FAR.
  • So much squeak. Love the cheese curds.
  • This was a neat find while searching the area for things to see and do. I was in the area for a business trip and wanted to get some cheese and see how it was made. I didn't make it for the demonstration, but I got a grilled cheese and bought a small block of cheddar. Staff was friendly and helpful. They don't sell any kind of sampler, which would have been awesome to take back to the group, but I still enjoyed the cheddar and potters crackers I got.
  • Great cheese and a wonderful, informative tour.