You’re Guaranteed To Love A Trip To This Epic Cheese Farm In Colorado

Do you want to know what sounds really good right now (and basically every moment of every day)? Cheese. Wouldn’t it be Gouda if there was a a delicious Colorado-made cheese that you could not only buy, but see just how it is made? Fortunately for us Coloradans, there are plenty of opportunities to do so, which include this charming dairy farm just south of Denver:

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Located in Larkspur, Fruition Farms is a small dairy farm and creamery that was purchased in 2009 by up-and-coming Denver chef Alex Seidel. Seidel’s vision in purchasing the 10-acre farm was to grow the produce for his popular Fruition Restaurant, which soon expanded once he and business partner Jimmy Warren purchased 40 sheep and a ram in order to begin making their own cheeses. Today, Fruition Farms is the producer of three different kinds of creamy sheep’s milk cheeses and offers the community with such unique events as special dinners, classes, and — yes — even tours.

To schedule your private tour, or to learn more about Fruition Farms, please visit their website.

For even more locally owned farms, click on You’ll Love These 11 Charming Farms Nestled In The Middle Of Nowhere In Colorado!