St Tola Events!

Sep 13 2023

We are delighted to be doing some super events in the next few weeks and we hope to see some of our lovely customers! 

Brian will be up near his home place in Kells at the Sheridans Festival in Co Meath on Sunday 24th September. This is always a great day out and a highlight for all foodies around the country. More details can be found on

The following weekend, 29th September to 1st October, Siobhán will be attending the Irish Food awards at Blas na hEireann  and also Dingle Food Festival in Dingle Co Kerry. She will be at the Burren Ecotourism Tent and its a great chance to come and taste food from around Ireland but most importantly from Co.Clare! Details for the Dingle Food Festival are here and for Blás

The end of October heralds another turn of the year as we go into our winter months. Unfortunately this means here our milk does stop to drop naturally with the darkening days and we have had to make the difficult  decision to stop making our Greek style and Gold Cheeses until next spring.  However the good news is that of course here in County Clare we like to have celebrate these changes in the seasons also! The Burren Winterage Festival take place on the Bank Holiday weekend and the annual Winterage walk will take place this year starting and ending at the Michael Cusack Centre in Carron where we and lots of other Burren producers will meeting customers old and new at the Burren Food Fayre. More details and a weblink for this will be up soon.  

And finally, if you miss us at all those events and  you'd like to come along and have a look at the farm, we are opening up the farm to a public tour on Wednesday 1st November at 11.30! You'll get to meet our lovely goats, learn all about farming and cheesemakeing and taste all our delicious awardwinning cheeses! €15/ adults €8/children or €35/family ticket please let us know if you are coming along and drop us an email on