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Pasture Pride Cheese

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TennisgalGreenBay_WI wrote a review Jun 2019
Green Bay, Wisconsin853 contributions326 helpful votes
Easy in, easy out, right off the Hwy. 4 of us checked out this cheese store on our way to Viroqua. They had a good 4-5 samples to try. Everything is very clean and displayed well. I liked that they had several kinds of organic cheeses along with goat cheeses. Their meats are locally produced. I really liked the colby-jack goat cheese, and was happy to be able to try it, before I buy it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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T3975JVmarthab wrote a review Jul 2018
Jacksonville, FL, United States61 contributions34 helpful votes
This is the first creamery I have ever been in that did not have samples of cheese for sampling readily available. When we asked, we were given one cheese to sample and only one. This was unreal to us. There are dozens of creameries in the region who gladly give samples. How can you buy cheese without tasting? This was our first and last time to visit Pasture Pride. We purchased about 30 pounds of cheese for our neighbors while visiting the area so we know what we are talking about.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Vic P wrote a review Oct 2017
Dousman, Wisconsin12 contributions2 helpful votes
Pasture Pride has the freshest cheese, the squeakiest curds, the best prices, and the most amazing customer service of any cheese factory I've ever visited...and I'm a Cheesehead who stops at EVERY cheese factory I pass. They use milk from neighboring Amish farmers and craft goat and cow cheese into Muenster (YUM), cheddars, mozzarella, even hard cheeses like parmesan ad Romano. And you will not beat their prices. I took a group of 20 there this past week. EVERYONE walked out with bags and bags of treats for their families and friends. You have to ask for manager Morgan to give you a quick overview of their operation. AMAZING STOP in the Driftless Region of Wisconsin.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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bennyjenks wrote a review Oct 2017
Denton, Texas1,185 contributions143 helpful votes
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Fun place to visit for adults and kids. You can watch cheese being cut and packaged. Samples are available and tasty. Lots of delicious choices to take home and for gifts. Also available are brats,bologna ring and other items too many to name. Nice view too.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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saradarlin wrote a review Sep 2017
19 contributions1 helpful vote
The staff here is very friendly and the cheese is amazing. Went on a Friday and they had fresh made muenster curds available - one of the bags didn't even last us 5 miles before it got devoured lol. The trim ends are a superb deal - they were $1/lb when we went - fyi, trim ends are the pieces left over when they cut the square blocks of cheese - they taste the same just not quite as pretty, look for them in the cooler in the back. The store is a nice large space where you can freely move around and browse comfortably. They even have a viewing window into the production line. Bonus that they are located in Amish country and there's a good chance you'll see a horse and buggy on the road.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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