During the late 1970’s a few enterprising dairy farmers commenced making farmhouse cheese. For at least a quarter of a century before this cheese-making in Ireland had been exclusively confined to large scale factory production mainly concentrating on cheddar production and mainly owned by the dairy cooperatives.
Throughout the years, Irish farmhouse cheesemakers have built a reputation as producers of excellent products which are sold world wide. As our industry grows both in reputation and numbers, it is important to celebrate our achievements. In this section, we have created a gallery of farmhouse cheese ‘moments’.
Find a list of our members – delicious cheese on the tip of your finger.