In 2013, Belle Chevre renovated an old cotton warehouse in the heart of downtown Elkmont, Alabama into a beautiful, artisan goat cheese creamery. For over 100 years, this building has been the heartbeat of Elkmont, formerly a storage warehouse for cotton to be shipped on the adjacent railroad (now the Richard Martin Rails to Trails.)
Get an exclusive peek into the cheesemaking process explained by one of our very own cheesemakers, and learn the history of belle chevre through our short film: “Tasia and The Cheese Revolution.”
Walk around the creamery to see first hand how we make our cheese, meet our kids (goats), and take a stroll down the Richard Martin Rails to Trails.
End the tour with a treat! Enjoy samples of our cream and artisan cheeses. Don’t forget to stop by our Tasting Room Cafe afterwards to try our cheeses paired with some delicious complements.
Tour our creamery to get a behind the scenes look at how we handcraft our award-winning chevre. Private tours are available for school groups, churches and clubs.
Please call 256-732-4801 for information or leave a comment about your group in the request form.
Free for children age 4 and under
Available year-round on Fridays and Saturdays.
Friday: 10 am, 1 pm
Saturday: 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm (if available)
Times are subject to change without notice.
We’re excited to show you around. Please provide us with your name and email so things don’t get mixed up.
Blackout Days : There will not be any tours available on Friday, November 29th. Tours will resume on Saturday, November 30th, 2019.
Our Cheese Shop & Tasting Room is the perfect stop to enjoy a quick bite from our cafe menu or a sweet treat like our world famous cheesecake or scoops of our chevre ice cream – both featured on 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama!
18849 Upper Fort Hampton Road
Elkmont, Alabama 35620
Hours of Operation
Closed Thanksgiving Day, November 28th and Friday, November 29th 2019.
Tuesday – Friday: 10:am to 3pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday and Monday: Closed