February 19th, 2024

Radio interview with KDAY (970AM)

Ms.Bridgette Readel was kind enough to ask Hope Creamery to appear on the radio show 'Weather & Ag In Focus' recently. The main topic of discussion was the ins and outs of turning cream from our supplier into the rich and creamy butter that we all know and love. We touched on the processes used here at the creamery, how our product is different from competitors, and how we reach new customers. Our segment was presented by Hudson and begins just after the 18 minute mark. Check it out!

August 28th, 2018

Steele County Fair Recap and State Fair Competition

Hope Creamery was grateful for the reception we received during the fair week. We would like to extend a special thanks to The Moogician for incorporating our products so heavily into his act, even including a new trick in his routine tailored to include our butter! Jay scored well in the Minnesota State Fair Butter Competition, with an overall score of 97.447 out of 100. Our butter is on display there in the Dairy Building, so go check it out while you explore the Great Minnesota Get-Together!

August 8th, 2018

The Moogician

Hope Creamery is proud to announce our sponsorship of The Moogician, who is bringing his dairy-themed magic show to the Steele County Fair! After seeing his act last year, a partnership formed through our mutual love of delicious, quality dairy products. The Moogician himself came to tour the creamery and has been one of our most enthusiastic supporters. Catch his performance on the KRFO Townsquare stage every day of the Steele County Fair (August 14-19) at 12:30 PM, 3:15 PM, and 5:45 PM. (14th is 5:45 only)

Victor, The Moogician himself, and Jay in the creamery

Common Roots Cafe visit in 2009

Common Roots Cafe opened in 2007 in the Uptown area (25th & Lyndale), they serve good food made from scratch.

The kitchen and bakery use local and organic ingredients -- on average the ingredients are 50.2% local (within 250 miles of the cafe). This number goes up in the summer growing season, but all year long they serve local meat, dairy, and flour.