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Join us at the small Boulder County dairy goat farm that was the original inspiration for the creation of The Art of Cheese for this hands-on interactive cheesemaking experience!
We’ll start by meeting our small herd of Nubian and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats including the newest spring babies. You’ll get to try your hand at milking a dairy goat in our cozy milk house and then we’ll take that milk into our farmhouse kitchen and learn how to pasteurize it.
As the fun and education continues you’ll get to make and enjoy some fresh cheeses which we’ll eat with an assortment of homemade jams, farm-fresh honey, and delicious “whey” bread for a delightful farm-to-table light brunch. We’ll make a fresh ricotta from the milk we just got from the goats and then we’ll learn how to make the classic soft goat cheese, Chevre. You’ll get to make a custom-flavored chevre log of your own to eat now or take home with you.
And at the end of class you’ll get to go back outside and play with the baby goats and take lots of cute farm photos (Seger, the llama, will probably photo-bomb a few of them)!