Clock Shadow Creamery, Milwaukee
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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.
Unique building and loved how they used and repurposed everything there to make it very self sustaining. Tour was cheap - but tour guide was AWFUL!! She had zero personality and it was like listening ... read more »
This tour was not worth the $1.50 we paid. I actually wanted to ask for a refund. We did not see any cheese process, we only looked at pictures that the group passed around. Also you'll see and hear a... read more »
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.
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.
Good cheese. Terrible tour. Not sure if the tour guide had much knowledge or experience with cheese or giving the tour. Maybe he was a fill in. But it wasnt even worth going for free (I paid $3). Pails in comparison to the Tillamook Factory tour in Oregon.
Neat cheese and specialty shop near the clocktower in Milwaukee. There are samples to try, I recommend experiencing the house-made quark. It's similar to a cream cheese, and often has stuff mixed into it like vegetables, or in this case, sweet stuff. Some of the cheese is house-made from local animals. There is also a selection of local cheeses, spreads, and crackers so you can make a lovely picnic. The building itself is LEED certified, with recycled pickle barrel staves covering the outside walls.
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