Isle of Man Creamery

Isle of Man Creamery
Ballafletcher Farm Road
Tel: 01624 632000 
Fax: 01624 661271

The experienced cheese makers at the Creamery only use locally sourced milk to make our Award-Winning range of cheeses, which reflect the traditional skills and long culinary heritage of our enchanting island.

The Isle of Man has been producing milk and making cheese for centuries, with stories going way back to the time of the Vikings. However, our story really starts back in 1919, almost a century ago.

People have always been at the heart of Isle of Man Creamery, from Gladys Davis who was the first commercial cheese maker on the Island to our dairy farmers, who remain part of Isle of Man Creamery today.

Our Creamery produces a range of Cheddar cheeses at different degrees of maturity, Double Gloucester, Red Leicester and our own unique cheese Druidale which is used as a base cheese for a range of blended cheeses with fruits and herbs.

Many of our cheeses can be found in slected Tesco, ASDA and Morrisons stores as well as Dobbies Garden Centres.

For more information about our award winning cheeses please go to our web site