Wheyward Girl Creamery

Wheyward Girl Creamery, Nevada City Cheese Shop, photos by Erin Thiem

Wheyward Girl Creamery opens their doors today in downtown Nevada City.  Barbara Jenness, master cheesemaker, and Roberta DesBouillons, culinary instructor and foodie welcome you to Nevada City’s first creamery.   Located next door to Three Forks Bakery & Brewery, the cheese shop will be open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 11am-6pm, Saturdays from 9am-6pm and Sundays from 12-5.  While their cheese production is still under development, they have a great selection of artisan cheese available.  So stop in grab some Pt Reyes Bay Blue, Jasper Hills Bayley Hazen Blue, Cana de Oveja, Taleggio, Bonne Bouche, Casatica di Bufala, Harbison or Cowgirl Creamery and fill up an insulated cheese bag.  If you mention the Outside Inn’s blog during the month of July you buy the bag for a special price of $5.  If you’re in a hurry make sure you check out the special $10 grab and go daily lunch special, a pairing of cheese, nuts and sweets.  In addition to cheese, there will be fresh bread from Three Forks, Huck’s Hollow Farm crackers, local honey and jams for sale.  Who needs some cheese?  Post a comment on this blog post about your favorite cheese and I have two $10 gift certifiates to give away, please make sure to welcome Roberta & Barbara to the Nevada City foodie scene.  The winners of the Wheyward Girl Creamery gift certificates will be announced on Tuesday, July 14th.   And the winner of the Treats giveaway is Kyler.

Wheyward Girl Creamery, Nevada City Cheese Shop, photos by Erin ThiemWheyward Girl Creamery, Nevada City Cheese Shop, photos by Erin Thiem

© 2015 InnSide Nevada City, Photo by Erin Thiem

49 replies
  1. Michelle Noe
    Michelle Noe says:

    My favorite cheese? The cheese in front of me… or everything Bodega Pastures makes… and a good aged Irish Whiskey Cheddars is pretty awesome too… looking forward to Wheyward Girls!

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  2. Ingrid Knox
    Ingrid Knox says:

    I love a triple cream brie or really sharp cheddar myself but when I need comfort cheese, I look for gjetost cheese. It reminds me of my mother and her Scandinavian roots. Thanks for sharing this, I’m looking forward to stopping in.

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  3. Dena Nick
    Dena Nick says:

    I love brie topped with a mixture of chopped walnuts, brown sugar, and vanilla,then baked. Great snack. Looking forward to trying out some new cheeses though.

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  4. Lindsay Ostrom
    Lindsay Ostrom says:

    hold that thought… my favorite cheese, ANY!!!! Love them all. Blue, Guyere, Swiss, Havarit, yellow… goat… ALL CHEESE!

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  5. Melanie Glenn
    Melanie Glenn says:

    Love, love, love the cheeses that come out of Point Reyes. So happy to have a fun, new, delicious place to try out in our area. Favorite cheese? I honestly don’t think I’ve ever met one I didn’t like!

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  6. Marjorie
    Marjorie says:

    Nice job on the enticing photos, Erin. I have been following Wheyward Girls progress and so looking forward to their opening! I’ve been in a cheese rut, so it will be very nice to sample my way to some new favorites!

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  7. SheilaCameron
    SheilaCameron says:

    My favorite kind of cheese is anything in front of me! So excited. Can’t wait to pick up some fresh locally made stuff but will gladly swing by the shop for some Point Reyes Blue!

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  8. Penelope
    Penelope says:

    I’ve never met a cheese I didn’t love! My most favorite cheeses are triple creams, tangy hard cheeses, and goat cheese. I’m so excited to support a LOCAL CREAMERY!!! Their name is the best!!

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  9. Jeanne
    Jeanne says:

    The picture of the Bayley hazen blue cheese is one I’d like to try. I’ll be stopping in soon to promote local business, say hello to Roberta who I’ve met at Gardening Goddesses meetups and of course to fill up on cheese!

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  10. Pam
    Pam says:

    Humbolt fog would be pretty high on that list.
    Thanks for the heads up about Wheyward girls. Sounds like a good place for lunch today.

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  11. Beth
    Beth says:

    Erin- you’re always such a promoter of town. From Wales my mouth is watering. I will definitely try their blue cheses first.

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  12. Nora J.
    Nora J. says:

    We took Cowgirl Creamery’s St. Pat (favorite!), a sourdough baguette, some fruit, and a nice bottle of wine to the beach at Pt. Reyes a couple of months ago. The perfect picnic. Can’t wait to do the same with local cheese at the Yuba River!

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  13. shauneen
    shauneen says:

    I’m in love with Tillamook’s White Cheddar Garlic cheese right now, but I love trying any type of cheese with a good glass of wine!

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  14. Kathy Dotson
    Kathy Dotson says:

    what is that cheese – cheddar with chives – glouchester? So good, my mouth is watering. What would life be without cheese, crusty bread, red wine, and chocolate? Ok I’ll throw in some good seasonal fruit, too.

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  15. Kels
    Kels says:

    Cheese is so yummy and I’m so excited to try them out! If I have to pick one for my favorite it would have to be a good Brie! I hope they will be making some because I’ll be in to try and buy! 🙂

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  16. Karen
    Karen says:

    I just purchased some Mahon from Spain, it was wonderful with their olive oil crackers. We are so lucky Wheyward Girls opened in our wonderful town!

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  17. Stacy Manning
    Stacy Manning says:

    I love a good Dubliner cheese but growing up close to the Marin French Cheese Factory, a good camembert or brie is delicious. The stinkier the better.

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  18. Sue McElligott
    Sue McElligott says:

    Cheese…. I couldn’t possibly pick just one or two favorites. I love them all. A lot of the time, cheese crackers and nuts are my dinner. 🙂

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  19. Rori
    Rori says:

    I don’t discriminate – I like all cheese but there is something about smoked Gouda that I do love! Also sharp cheddar – yellow or white! Of course, there may be a cheese that I love that I just haven’t tried yet!! Maybe the Wheyward Girl Creamery is just what I need to find out!!

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  20. Mellisa Hannum
    Mellisa Hannum says:

    All cheese is awesome, in my opinion. My favorites are probably Cypress Grove’s Humboldt Fog (as many before have mentioned) as well as their Truffle Tremor and PsycheDillic and anything produced by Pennyroyal Farms in Anderson Valley — especially their Laychee which works with anything.

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