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Chapel's Country Creamery

Chapel’s Country Creamery is an independent, family-owned and operated farm nestled on 45 acres just outside of Easton, Maryland. Our award winning farmstead cheeses begin with fresh raw milk from our herd of registered Jersey and Holstein cows. Using time-tested methods, we then turn that cream-laden milk into handcrafted artisan cheeses, full of flavor and wholesome goodness. We invite you to taste the difference!

Chapel's Country Creamery | Revittle
Chapel’s Country Creamery produces artisanal farmstead cheeses. This means that batches are kept small and each cheese is handcrafted using milk that comes directly from the farm’s cows. 

Some of the cheeses—specifically the Camembert-style Rainey’s Dream and the Bay Blue—are made onsite from start to finish. The beer-washed Amber 16 is finished onsite, as well. Other cheeses, like the Chapel Cheddar, are made from Chapel’s Country Creamery milk by an experienced Amish cheesemaker in Pennsylvania. 
As fans of self-sustaining small farms and the local food movement, Trisha and Jarred hope to one day consolidate all cheese production at the farm. Until then, however, Chapel’s Country Creamery customers can rest assured that their cheeses, regardless of provenance, are healthy, delicious, and made with the utmost integrity.
Chapel's Country Creamery Owners | Revittle
Trisha and Jarred Boyce are the owners of Chapel’s Country Creamery. The couple bought the farm in February 2017, intent on continuing the rich farming tradition practiced by their own ancestors. Trisha’s family has been raising dairy cows in southern Pennsylvania for three generations, and Jarred, also from southern Pennsylvania, has been working on dairy farms since he was 15 years old. Together, they bring a wealth of experience with them and a deep appreciation for the land, livestock, and livelihood of family farming. They plan to instill these values in the latest addition to their family—their baby son, Trace Eugene Boyce!

Helping Trisha and Jarred make the transition into the cheese business are cheesemakers Kelly Harding and Henry Lapp, the Pennsylvania-based Amish cheesemaker extraordinaire. Absorbing both Kelly’s and Henry’s expert guidance, Trisha and Jarred foresee a long future for Chapel’s Country Creamery, full of both rich cheeses and traditions.

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