Creamery Tours

Interested in taking a behind-the-scenes look at our creamery and meeting our award-winning cheesemaker, Jackie Chang?

We offer tours to the public every Thursday at 2pm. Click here to make a reservation. (You must make a reservation for the tour). Please note that the 2pm tour on Thursday October 23rd, 2014 is cancelled. In its place we will be hosting a hands-on workshop from 4-7pm. Click here for more info and to purchase tickets for this workshop. 

The tour and cheese tasting takes approximately one hour and includes an educational session on goats and cheesemaking, a tour of our different make rooms, and a guided five-course technical cheese tasting. The fee for the tour is $10 per person (we accept all major credit cards). The tour is not recommended for children under 10 years old.

After the tour you will have the opportunity to purchase cheese so don’t forget a cooler!

We also offer private tours for small groups. ($10 per person, minimum charge $40). Our tours are fun and educational and make for enriching team building events.  To arrange a private tour please email: tours@HaystackGoatCheese.com

Note: Due to food safety regulations, we can only permit foodservice industry visitors inside of our cheesemaking room. Also please note that we do not operate a farm and there are not any goats onsite at the creamery. Also please note that we reserve the right to cancel Thursday afternoon tours based on group size. Thanks for understanding!

Looking for more? Click here to learn about our half-day goat workshops.

Do you like to enjoy your cheeses with award-winning local wines? If so, click here to learn about our Wine and Cheese Events with BookCliff Vineyards!

 

Jackie touring one of our aging rooms with recent guests from Pure Luck Farm and Dairy.

Jackie touring one of our aging rooms with recent guests from Pure Luck Farm and Dairy.

Our president and general manager Chuck Hellmer on a recent tour with guests from Goat Show Documentary.

Our president and general manager Chuck Hellmer on a recent tour with guests from Goat Show Documentary.

Pets are not permitted at the creamery. Nice try Rosette.

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