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Kilshanny Cheese

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Kilshanny Cheese
Derry House, Kilshanny , Lahinch Co Clare
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Peter Nibbering's gouda style cheeses quickly become familiar to visitors to Clare, as they feature on menus and are sold in food shops and markets in the area

Kilshanny Cheese

Peter Nibbering's gouda style cheeses are made with the milk from neighbouring farms and quickly become familiar to visitors to Clare, as they feature on menus and in food shops in the area; Kilshanny is also sold at the Milk Market (Saturday) in Limerick - each of his six varieties has followers and all are offered every week.


The Burren Smokehouse cheese is also made at Kilshanny.

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