BUTTER LOVER SUBSCRIPTION BOX

For true butter lovers, we know that one block of butter simply isn’t enough. Butter Lover subscribers will receive three different 8oz butters per month, including Coarse Sea Salt, Vermont Maple, and a special flavor of the month inspired by our farm, travels, and collaborators.

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SEAWEED FLAVORED BUTTER

Ploughgate teamed up with fellow New Englander, Vitamin Sea to marry the richness of cultured butter with the pleasant savory taste of the sea. Slather on toast, finish grains and vegetables, or accompany your favorite seafood dish.

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CULTURED BUTTER

Ploughgate Creamery pairs European tradition with fresh local cream to make small-batch, artisanal, cultured butter. Operated and founded by butter maker, Marisa Mauro, Ploughgate Creamery has been crafting butter of the finest quality in Vermont since 2014.

We are excited to announce that beginning in 2022, we have partnered with Maplebrook Farm in North Bennington. As Ploughgate has grown over the years, we have now reached a point where there is more demand for butter than can be produced at Bragg Hill creamery. Maplebrook has the expertise and type of facility in North Bennington, that will allow Ploughgate to expand production while keeping the product true to its high quality and artisan roots.

Both Ploughgate and Maplebrook were founded with women at the helm, who have committed their businesses to making high quality products by hand, staying rooted in the heritage of Vermont's agricultural landscape, and delivering products that tell a story about the aritsan traditions from which they came.

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ABOUT US

Ploughgate Creamery at the Bragg Farm has revived a hundred-year old butter making tradition.

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PRODUCT INQUIRIES

info@ploughgate.com

802-345-3601 | MARISA MAURO

EVENTS

Ploughgate Creamery is available for farm to table parties, weddings, corporate events, and community gatherings.


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Thanks to an incredible program by the Vermont Land Trust in which young farmers compete to win the right to purchase a farm that has been conserved with the purpose of keeping the land in agriculture, butter maker Marisa Mauro was able to purchase the historic Bragg Farm and open her business Ploughgate Creamery on its land.