The Creamery at Elderslie Farm raises goats to produce milk for our cheeses used in some of our table dinners.
Goats have been raised on Elderslie Farm for many years. Their milk has provided nourishment for many children (and adults) near and far who needed an alternative to cow’s milk, and when Bramble Cafe opened, their milk was used to make feta and chevre.
Bramble Cafe and Farm to Table dinners now regularly incorporate feta, chevre and other types of goat cheese in a variety of ways and soon we will be able to share a variety of excellent cheeses (and gelato) with our guests.
The new Elderslie Creamery will be under construction over the summer just to the south of the parking lot, east of the swings. We invite you to come often this summer and check on our progress!
3501 E 101st Street North
(between Oliver and Hillside)
Exit 19 on I-135
Elderslie Farm established in 2010 by George Elder and his sister, Alexis, is a unique blackberry farm north of Wichita, Kansas offering an exceptional formal dining experience in a beautiful, peaceful country setting. Our other unique services and experiences offered are Berry Picking and Creamery. Multi-course patio dining at the Bramble Cafe is a summer tradition and dining rooms furnished together provide guests a Farm to Table experience rich in delight from the food to the decor. Take the short drive to Valley Center to partake in a truly rich culinary experience.