"When we first received this smallish wheel of clothbound cheddar, it was unmarked. I tasted it and immediately thought of the cold, rugged beaches near where I grew up in Northern California. It tastes so much like salty sea breeze, ocean rocks, minerals, and the Pacific Coast. I was shocked to learn it's made right on the Oregon coast by Face Rock Creamery!! My taste buds were not imagining things! I was completely swept away in its deliciousness and the nostalgia of home."…

Limited Clothbound Cheddar: Clothbound Cheddar is a rare tradition for American cheesemakers.

Back to School! Looking for a quick snack addition to those school lunches? #GotCurds? In addition to being available at our Creamery in Bandon as well as online, many of our cheese are available at local retail stores!

Back to School! Looking for a quick snack addition to those school lunches? In addition to being available at our Creamery in Bandon as well as online, many of our cheese are available at local retail stores!

This year our American Cheese Society award winners are very different types of cheese, but both start with the same grass-fed milk and benefit from a thoughtful hand-crafted process from start to finish. Our 2017 winners join the growing ranks of Face Rock ribbon holders.

This year our American Cheese Society award winners are very different types of cheese, but both start with the same grass-fed milk and benefit from a thoughtful hand-crafted process from start to finish. Our 2017 winners join the growing ranks of Face Rock ribbon holders.

We love this view from IG:fiona.bai! Smooth and creamy with a sweet festive surprise, our cranberry walnut cheddar is a delight for your taste buds. Combining aged cheddar with local cranberries and crisp walnuts, our Cranberry Walnut Cheddar is at home on a cheese plate or with your favorite wine.

Face Rock Cranberry Walnut Cheddar: Smooth and creamy with a sweet festive suprise, our cranberry walnut cheddar is a delight for your taste buds.

Good cheese comes to those who wait...🧀 PC: John Valls

Good cheese comes to those who wait.

It's the terroir...Bandon has dairy in its roots. Face Rock Creamery sits nestled atop the Oregon coastline, an ideal climate for supporting lush green pastures. The rugged terroir of the Southern Oregon coast is a result of coastal storms and salty winds from the ocean waves, combined with high humidity and cool evenings that yield richer grasses year-round.  Milk produced by grass-fed cows pastured in this tough, yet fertile environment develops a deep and complex taste.

It's the terroir...Bandon has dairy in its roots. Face Rock Creamery sits nestled atop the Oregon coastline, an ideal climate for supporting lush green pastures. The rugged terroir of the Southern Oregon coast is a result of coastal storms and salty winds from the ocean waves, combined with high humidity and cool evenings that yield richer grasses year-round. Milk produced by grass-fed cows pastured in this tough, yet fertile environment develops a deep and complex taste.

Woot! Woot! We are over the moon coming out of American Cheese Society's Conference and Competition with a 2nd place ribbon for our Peppercorn Harvest, and a 3rd place ribbon for our Apricot Honey Fromage Blanc!

We are over the moon coming out of American Cheese Society's Conference and Competition with a place ribbon for our Peppercorn Harvest, and a place ribbon for our Apricot Honey Fromage Blanc!

It's #NationalDairyMonth and #TBT so we're reminiscing over 1859 Oregon's Magazine's feature on the Face Rock Creamery story.

It's and so we're reminiscing over 1859 Oregon's Magazine's feature on the Face Rock Creamery story.

We look forward to all the years ahead of us in the Bandon community! "It was the rest of the town that changed his mind. The dairy farmers, the unemployed workers, and the market for Bandon-made cheese were all still in place. When the original master cheese maker, Brad Sinko, agreed to return, Drobot decided all the elements were there for success." - NBC News / Frank Silverstein

The banks said no, but the town said yes

Face Rock Creamery is bringing jobs back to a small Oregon town 17 years after a cheese factory closed its doors.

We believe in happy cows. At Face Rock Creamery, cow-comfort standards and our own hands-on cheddar process guarantee the artisan quality cheese lovers expect. Face Rock is no slice off the ordinary block.   Photo | IG:ashleyaudycki

We believe in happy cows. At Face Rock Creamery, cow-comfort standards and our own hands-on cheddar process guarantee the artisan quality cheese lovers expect. Face Rock is no slice off the ordinary block.

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