Private Tastings and Tours


Discover Sassafrass Farm!

Private cheesemaking demonstrations, tastings, and tours are now available for friends, family, or corporate groups.
Tastings and tours take place at Sassafras Farm– home of Chickens in the Road–located in Clio, West Virginia, in the beautiful Appalachian foothills of Roane County, approximately 30 minutes north of Charleston, WV and convenient to I-79.

Private Tastings and Tours

IMG_2139Bring a group of friends, family, or co-workers for a relaxing, fun tour at the farm with a private cheesemaking demonstration including a cheese tasting! Watch how cheese is created and sample three hand-crafted Sassafras Farm cheeses, made with fresh milk from here on the farm. (You’re welcome to bring your own wine if you like!) Visiting the barn to meet the animals and milk a cow is also included in the farm tour. Two-hour events scheduled at your convenience. $30 per person. Events must be scheduled in advance and confirmed by reservation payment. Email Suzanne at CITRevents@yahoo.com to set your special date at the farm!

Interested in a Regularly Scheduled Workshop?
Click the links for details and dates.

Taste of Sassafras Farm
Goat Cheese, Soap, Fudge & Ice Cream
Soap Making

See Also: Private Groups and Family Reunions, Corporate Retreats and Company Picnics, and School and Camp Groups.

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