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Clock Shadow Creamery

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Local Cheese shop

We were told they has the freshest cheesr curds made daily. We were a little dosappointed to... read more

Reviewed August 24, 2018
Chris W
via mobile
Not the greatest tour, but only $3.

Got to the creamery and was checked in and paid for the tour. Got to look around a sample a few... read more

Reviewed July 2, 2018
Brad C
Louisville, Kentucky
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The Clock Shadow Creamery is Milwaukee's first and only cheese factory! We were founded in 2012 and are one of a few urban creameries in the country. We specialize in crafting fresh cheeses. Cheddar cheese curds made every Wednesday and Friday, goat...more
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138 W Bruce St, Milwaukee, WI 53204-1626
+1 414-273-9711
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Reviewed September 1, 2018 via mobile

Basically just a cheese store. Great cheese! Tour was worth the $3 and not much more. Not at all impressed. Great cheeses some made in house but we went there for the tour.

Thank Jeanne F
Reviewed August 24, 2018 via mobile

We were told they has the freshest cheesr curds made daily. We were a little dosappointed to arrjve and fond that they only make them on certai days of rhe week so if you are looking to see the process and taste thr freshest cheese...More

Thank Chris W
Reviewed August 8, 2018

Our tour guide was so informative and kind. We learned a great deal from her and for $3 the tour was well worth it. Got some great photos from the top of the building next door that was on the tour. Samples delicious!!

Thank Rags12
Reviewed August 6, 2018

I have been here once before and remembered it from 2 years ago. This time I sent the family here with the kiddos to do a tour and learn about the process of making cheese. It seemed to be a hit. Unfortunately I was unable...More

Thank Lianna M
Reviewed August 4, 2018 via mobile

The girl that gave the tour clearly hates her job and the cheese making process. She did like the mural in the staircase and is the only thing she really spoke about. She took us to rooftop garden, opened the door, let us out and...More

Thank julielex
Reviewed July 22, 2018 via mobile

The woman with the nose ring could not have been more disinterested in leading the tour. She took us to the rooftop garden, sent the tour outside, she remained inside and provided no explanation as to the purpose of the garden, who benefited from the...More

Thank Barbara F
Reviewed July 19, 2018 via mobile

While the information about the very cool green building was sweet the tour was not worth the money. We were taken up to the rooftop garden and told to look around without any guidance while our tour guide sat in the hall on her phone...More

Thank AmberT1369
Reviewed July 2, 2018

Got to the creamery and was checked in and paid for the tour. Got to look around a sample a few cheeses before starting which was nice. The tour itself was not very good. The guide was uninterested in the tour, it was very short...More

Thank Brad C
Reviewed June 30, 2018

We called ahead for our group of 5 for a 10:30am tour. Good thing we were walking there, because the signage was minimal which could make the door hard to find. The tour was about 1/3 or 1/2 about the building and 'greening' of the...More

Thank williams63122
Reviewed June 26, 2018 via mobile

Strolled in for a creamery tour and received a building tour with a cheese stop. You learn a lot about the owners and there quest for a creamery and an environmentally friendly building. I would have like more information on there cheese. Cheese is definitely...More

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