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La Chevrerie du Brabant, La Bresse

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  • we were there with our family and wanted to spend a wonderful afternoon. unfortunately the whole barn was full of people. the animals were petted and touched from all sides. for us it was nothing and....  more
    we were there with our family and wanted to spend a wonderful afternoon. unfortunately the whole barn was full of people. the animals were petted and touched from all sides. for us it was nothing and....  more »
  • We went with high expectations to learn about making goat cheese and having a chance to visit with some goats, who are always fun and playful. However, these goats are so skinny it is scary, you can....  more
    We went with high expectations to learn about making goat cheese and having a chance to visit with some goats, who are always fun and playful. However, these goats are so skinny it is scary, you can....  more »
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  • This place was surprisingly full for what it is, which is essentially a goat-stable with a small attached shop consisting of a single refrigerated display counter. Although it came as a surprise to see so many people had made the trip across the narrow (basically one-lane) winding roads to the top of the mountain, it agreeably does have more to offer than other places in the area, such as: petting and feeding the goat;, taking a look inside the goat-stables; an informational video; an outside terrace; and free-of-charge tasting of the cheeses sold in the shop. The place, at present, still lacks public facilities, such as a toilet - though I've been assured work is being invested to have these available by next year. The proprietors should also be commended about the clear COVID-19 instructions posted in all pertinent places. While all of this in itself might not sound too bad, the informational video is both long, boring and not particularly worthwhile (there's a program available that tells you the length of each segment, but not when it starts, and the style of presentation itself has more of a business presentation rather than a guided tour through the process of cheese manufacture); the goats are quite big, so scary for young children; the goats swallow the feed (available for purchase at €0.50 a cup), which therefore doesn't last long; you can't get any other food or drink at the terrace; and there's a long line in front of the shop - which made us forego buying some of the otherwise excellent cheese. Overall good for a brief visit, but rather a lot of effort to reach for the time you'll spend there...
  • Small goat farm, friendly staff, a little goat cheese to be tasted at the end is included in the admission.

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