Valley Milkhouse Creamery

Berks Co., PA

About Valley Milkhouse Creamery +-

Stefanie Angstadt was fortunate to return home to her familial roots in the Oley Valley in the spring of 2012 when she fatefully met organic farmer Tim Stark at the Union Square Greenmarket in New York City. In a brief conversation, she learned that Tim's farm is situated on Angstadt Hill - the very tract of land that Stefanie's German ancestors settled nearly three centuries before her. The rest is history. When she met the Oley Valley for the first time since early childhood she fell in love, and she never looked back.

The milkhouse is located on one of the oldest farms in Oley, known as the Yoder-Cleaver homestead dating back to 1743. A long retired dairy farm, the estate is coming back to life thanks to the Stokes’ family’s efforts to restore the 18th century farmhouse, bank barn, several outbuildings, spring-fed stream, Manatawny Creek bed, and surrounding acreage.

Valley Milkhouse sources its milk from Berks County’s Kerith Brook Farm, an organic grass dairy. The Stokes have partnered with other local farmers to cultivate the tillable land on the property in organic vegetable production.

Situated in the heart of the Oley Valley in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Valley Milkhouse is an artisan creamery handcrafting fresh, soft-ripened, and aged cheeses in traditional European styles. Ribbon-winning camembert, cider-washed tomme, and stilton style blue are among the favorites embraced by the regional food community and beyond.

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