Broad Run Cheese House is doing their part to keep all of us healthy!
Did you know that the United States produces over 30% of the world’s cheese? According to the U.S. dairy export council, America is the largest producer of cheese in the world. That production began several hundred years ago when early American cheese makers brought their skills over with them from Europe. The old-fashioned way of making cheese has not been lost at Broad Run Cheese House.
Broad Run Cheese House, nestled near Amish country in Dover, Ohio combines both art and science to produce their award-winning cheese. Owner Chad Schindler, of Swiss heritage himself, still makes cheese the old fashioned Swiss way.
The quality and excellence of their Old Fashioned Full Process Swiss begins at the very beginning with the milk they use. The very best cheese comes from the very best milk. Broad Run Cheese House uses milk from local Amish dairy farmers, and they always have. The cows from these Amish dairy farms graze in pastures not treated with pesticides and produce the best possible milk, free of hormones. Each morning, the milk is delivered fresh to Broad Run Cheese House, and the cheese making process begins.
Through each step of the cheese making process, the highest quality standards are met at Broad Run Cheese House. As the world’s largest cheese producer, the United States also has the world’s strictest sanitary and quality standards, thus ensuring the safest dairy products available. From the time the milk leaves the cow, it is subject to continuous monitoring and numerous quality assurance tests, so that you receive only the best cheese from Broad Run Cheese House.
If you have any interest in visiting Amish Country in Ohio, then you need to get out to visit the good folks at Broad Run Cheese House. If you can’t visit in person, you can still order their awesome Swiss cheese and choose from their line of wines from great labels like Coalminer’s Daughter to Watermelon wine. Swiss Heritage Winery is actually a winery that Broad Run Cheese House decided to open up back in 2003. There are not many marriages that are strong as the marriage between wine and cheese.