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Out where the world is still wild, you’ll find our bright yellow creamery by the bay where we create artisanal cheeses by hand in small batches. When the weather allows, we use solar thermal heat to pasteurize our locally collected milk. From our recycled Island shirts to our vat or the sun, we’re all about making the best use of what’s around us.

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The nerve of those cheese people!!!

The nerve of those cheese people!!!

Week of 12-18Sep "What's going on with those cheese people?" First, we’re closed this Sunday, 12Sep, for a little mental maintenance, but will be back open tomorrow. Now that all the company has gone home, we’re back in cheese making mode and will be making more curds...

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Still drinking my own coffee!!

Still drinking my own coffee!!

Week of 5-11Sep "What's going on with those cheese people?" With the madness of the summer, we have not gotten a chance to make anything but curds and feta. Which means, that last piece of Galiki I sold today is the last until we get a chance to make more. Nothing in...

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Starting our own coffee shop…….

Starting our own coffee shop…….

Week of 22-28Aug and, well, Week of 29Aug- 4Sep "What's going on with those cheese people?" Somehow, I let a whole week slide by without visiting with you. The 22nd started with the last day Good Coffee Roasting Company was open at its old location – pretty much right...

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What’s New

The nerve of those cheese people!!!

The nerve of those cheese people!!!

Week of 12-18Sep "What's going on with those cheese people?" First, we’re closed this Sunday, 12Sep, for a little mental maintenance, but will be back open tomorrow. Now that all the company has gone home, we’re back in cheese making mode and will be making more curds...

read more
Still drinking my own coffee!!

Still drinking my own coffee!!

Week of 5-11Sep "What's going on with those cheese people?" With the madness of the summer, we have not gotten a chance to make anything but curds and feta. Which means, that last piece of Galiki I sold today is the last until we get a chance to make more. Nothing in...

read more