Cheese Chats Episode 4: Barry Graham on the revival of British Farmhouse cheeses

An in-depth video interview with Barry Graham, who was at the forefront of the raw-cheese British cheese-making revival in the 1980’s.

Starting with just four Ayrshire cows and a parcel of land. A founder committee member of Britain’s Specialist Cheesemakers Association, Barry has helped grow Loch Arthur community from its humble to a multi-million pound farm, farmshop and creamery, whilst still retaining true to its farmhouse and raw milk routes. In this interview he talks about the challenges he’s faced and how the industry has changed in the last 30 years.

View the video below, or listen to this interview with the free downloadable or in-browser mp3 Podcast at Podomatic or iTunes.

Related Articles