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St. Albans Cheese

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St. Albans Cheese from Vermont Creamery in Websterville, VT. A uniquely American take on the French St. Marcellin.

One eight-ounce container.

St. Albans is an aged cows' milk cheese and takes its name from the town of St. Albans, Vermont. Hand-shaped and aged for eleven days, these delicate cheese disks are packaged in sturdy ceramic crocks that double as a baking vessel.

  • Beer, Sparkling Mead
  • Pickled eggs, sweet & sour pickles, pea shoots

SOURCING: Cream sourced from the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery, a member-governed dairy cooperative whose mission is to bring stability to local dairy farms.

Vermont Creamery

Specialty Dairy Products
Websterville, VT

Vermont Creamery was founded in 1984 by two young entrepreneurs, Allison Hooper and Bob Reese. Allison learned how to make cheese during an internship on a farm in Brittany, France. Bob was working for the Vermont Department of Agriculture and charged with organizing a dinner featuring all Vermont-made products. When a French chef requested fresh goat cheese, Bob scrambled to find a local producer. He asked Allison, who was working in a dairy lab and milking goats in Brookfield, to make the cheese. The dinner was a success and the cheese was a hit; Vermont Creamery was born that night.

In the 34 years since the improbable business partners made their first goat cheese, a lot has changed. But the more things change at Vermont Creamery, the more they stay the same. They're still here in Vermont, making consciously-crafted, delicious dairy that reflects who they are and what they care about; they've taken the time to perfect every detail of what they make. Their cheeses and butter have won hundreds of national and international awards, their team remains their most valuable resource, and they still put taste above all. You’ll never eat anything they don’t believe in.

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Cream, salt, rennet, enzymes


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