Face Rock Creamery wins blue ribbon

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Friday, August 09, 2013

Bandon-based Face Rock Creamery earned first place at a prestigious cheese competition only three months after opening.

The creamery won first place last weekend at the annual American Cheese Society’s Judging & Competition for its Vampire Slayer curds, under the “fresh, unripened cheeses with flavor added” category. The competition was held in Madison, Wis.


“It’s probably the largest cheese judging competition in North America,” said a proud Face Rock Creamery owner Greg Drobot on Monday. “Kind of like the Oscars of cheese.”

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