Galway Goat Farm

Larry and Anne started Galway Goat Cheese in 2012. They are based outside of Dunmore in North County Galway, they produce a range of goat milk products including multi-award-winning cheese and yoghurt.  When they started they only produced bottled milk (now discontinued) before starting to produce cheese and yoghurt.

Larry & Anne started with 2 goats and built the herd to 64, but with not enough milk to meet the growing demand they had to sell on theirgoats, due to lack of space to accommodate more, and buy in all their milk. The milk they now use is single estate and is sourced from a goat milk producer based in West-Meath.

All their products are pasteurised and they use vegetarian rennet in all their cheeses.  

Their yoghurt is made in small batches using traditional bag straining methods to produce a thick and creamy tangy product. Their yoghurt only contains Goats Milk and BioActive yoghurt cultures.

They offer a range of multi-award-winning goat cheese including fresh and aged. Check out some of their products below:
 

Fresh Goats Cheese

A light and spreadable cheese with a light lemony flavour, made fresh each week.

An Rolla Dubh - {The Black Roll}

An aged ashed rinded goats’ cheese, made from single estate pasteurised goats’ milk.  Light and fresh when young (2 to 3 weeks) and breaking down into a creamy deeper flavoured goats’ cheese, with peppery after tones when older (3 to 6 weeks).  All hand made in the small batches using traditional lactic methods. Ashed in vegetable ash.

An Cnoc Dubh – {The Black Hill}

An aged ashed rinded goats’ cheese, made from single estate pasteurised goats’ milk.  Light and fresh when young (2 to 3 weeks) and breaking down into a creamy deeper flavoured goats’ cheese, with peppery after tones when older (3 to 6 weeks).  All hand made in the small batches using traditional lactic methods. Ashed in vegetable ash.

Gurteen Baun Button

An aged white rinded goats’ cheese, made from single estate pasteurised goats’ milk.  A creamy full-bodied goats cheese.  All hand made in the small batches using traditional lactic methods.

An Ceann Ban (The White Head)

An aged white rinded goats’ cheese, made from single estate pasteurised goats’ milk.  This is a mild semi-soft cheese with a pleasant nutty mouthfeel, the mildest cheese in their range after the fresh goats’ cheese

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