The Creamery Can café concept was born out of a desire to bring the love of home cooking, enjoyed with friends and family, from the kitchen table out into the community. The current owners of Dundermot Farm, Hugh, and Alyson Reid established the farm's dairy herd in May 1998. After several years, they decided to go organic, eliminating chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The farm’s first organic milk was sold in September 2005.
Ice cream production on the farm began in 2007. At that time Hugh and Alyson researched and tested recipes to combine their organic milk and cream with other local ingredients such as locally grown fruits and berries. The Creamery Can Café, which opened in 2014, and the ice cream shop were once former barns on the family farm.
Workshops can be booked by private appointment by contacting The Creamery Can. Tours are available for groups of 10 to 30 people. During these tours, our guests will have the opportunity to see the ice cream production area and learn how our ice creams and sorbets are made, as well as learn about our history as a family business. They will also have the opportunity to participate in hands-on activities and, of course, taste our products! The tours always end with a spectacular homemade ice cream sundae.
In addition to a wide range of home cooked food, cakes, platters, and refreshments, the Creamery Can Coffee shop offers a seasonal selection of ice creams to delight your taste buds after your visit.
The Creamery Can Dundermot House, 30 Station Road, Glarryford