Choose from Three Options
- $20 for a farm tour and cheese sampling for up to four with a $15 cheese credit ($35 value)
- $27 for a farm tour and cheese sampling for up to six with a $20 cheese credit ($50 value)
- $119 for a two-hour tasting and cheese education class for six with one lb. of cheese ($235 value)
Tours are available at 12:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., and are held rain or shine.
Alise Jennisen has always followed her internal compass, and that compass pointed straight to cheese. That's why, at University of Minnesota, she created her own major focused on cheese and dairy quality. It's also why, when she moved to Vermont with her husband, they frequently vacationed at artisanal cheese plants. Today, she runs Redhead Creamery, a job she may genuinely have been born for. Read on for three FAQs about the business.
What does Redhead Creamery specialize in?
Cheese, of course. So far, they make three kinds, but they're excited to expand to Brie and other styles.
Why is it called Redhead Creamery?
Because Alise, and all three of her sisters, have red hair. The moniker is a tribute to her family—just like the firm and creamy "Lucky Linda Aged Cheddar," named after Alise's mom.
Does the creamery make a red cheese?
Actually, yes—the "Red Temper," a cayenne-rubbed cheddar whose spice should not be underestimated. The cheese provides the perfect heat for adding zest to chili, or turning your pet mouse into a tiny dragon.