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Formerly known as Middlefield Cheese, Rothenbuhler Cheesemakers has been producing delicious Swiss cheese varieties of high quality since 1956, when Hans Rothenbuhler made its first 250 lb. wheel of cheese. Hans and his wife Ann worked as a team in...more
The 'Swiss Cheese' chalet has changed greatly over the past 40+ years. What was once a fairly cramped store now offers various meat products, a full service deli ready for your sandwich orders, various breads and a host of local made food items. Oh, they...More
Rothenbuhler Cheese Chalet is amazing. As you drive up to the facility, you see covered conveyors and pipelines connecting both sides of the road. They have probably 30 or more different kinds of cheese available. You can get a sample of any of them. The...More
I have shopped at this cheese house for years. Way before the building was modernized and turned into a tourist attraction. On my latest visit I was saddened to see how commercialized it really has become. Most products are prepackaged and are items you can...More
Although we have visited and driven around Middlefield, Ohio to see where the Amish people live, I'd never visited the Cheese factory before. The store has a visitor's center and we were treated to a free audio-visual presentation about the history of the Rothenbuhler family...More
If you want quality at better prices than any grocery chain or even Walmart go there and get wonderful cheeses and so many variables Swiss cheese is what they're famous for. Plenty to see while there. Ample parking for RV of all sizes
I am an avid Ohio Amish Country visitor and recently had an opportunity to visit Rotherbuhler's. It is a real cheese production plant and offers an incredible number of cheeses at wholesale to the public pricing! I've visited numerous Amish County cheese factories over the...More
Now please understand where I'm coming from when I say we expected more. We had been planning this little day trip for a while. From everything I saw online for this cheese house, I had high hopes. For as huge as the building is, you'd...More
Hi Shirley, we do not offer tours to the public due to food safety requirements. We do offer viewings of our films that tell the story of Rothenbuhler Cheesemakers and show how we make Swiss cheese. Thank you!