creamery

noun
cream·​ery | \ˈkrēm-rē, ˈkre-mə-\
plural creameries

Definition of creamery 

: an establishment where butter and cheese are made or where milk and cream are prepared or sold

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The ice creamery is known for a rotating roster of unusual flavors, including Strongbow Dark Fruit Cider and Monster Energy, alongside their more traditional treats. Lindsey V Thompson, Teen Vogue, "Mayonnaise Ice Cream Released in Scotland," 27 July 2018 But the foursome behind Williamsburg’s new ice creamery The Republic of Booza, hope to change this. Lilah Ramzi, Vogue, "The Story Behind the Stretchy Ice Cream You’re About to See Everywhere," 20 July 2018 This iconic creamery located near the airport has many flavors, but nothing looks better on Instagram against the store’s teal walls than a scoop of rum swizzle or dark and stormy ice cream. Lyndsey Matthews, ELLE Decor, "Bermuda is the Ultimate Destination for Those Obsessed with the Color Pink," 12 June 2018 The test allows creameries and cheese factories to separate out and measure the percentage of butterfat in milk to ensure farmers do not dilute their milk with water. Mark Johnson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "UW scientific advances include vitamins, growing human embryonic stem cells in lab," 12 July 2018 The creamery continues to offer a lineup of classes, tasting and production tours. Susan Selasky, Detroit Free Press, "Zingerman's celebrates anniversary with free gelato," 16 May 2018 Traders Point Creamery The dairy farm and artisan creamery in Zionsville is a cheese and ice-cream lover’s dream. Sarah Bahr, Indianapolis Star, "Ultimate Indiana bucket list: 50+ things to do in Indianapolis and around the state," 11 July 2018 But this month, the creamery has started making the cottage cheese again at its Petaluma, Calif., facility to the joy of people like Janet Fletcher, a cheese writer who published a love letter to it in The San Francisco Chronicle. Kim Severson, New York Times, "Is America Ready to Love Cottage Cheese Again?," 26 June 2018 The ice creamery serves Van Leeuwan artisan vegan and non-vegan ice cream in a range of traditional flavors to more custom combinations like Honeycomb, Peanut Butter Marshmallow Crunch and Vegan Planet Earth, all made with natural ingredients. Carolina Gusman, sandiegouniontribune.com, "San Diego County restaurants start the season with summer specials," 21 June 2018

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First Known Use of creamery

1872, in the meaning defined above

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creamery

noun

English Language Learners Definition of creamery

: a place where butter and cheese are made or where milk and cream are prepared or sold

creamery

noun
cream·​ery | \ˈkrē-mə-rē, ˈkrēm-rē\
plural creameries

Kids Definition of creamery

: a place where milk is made into other products (as cream and cheese)

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