Cyclists call in at the Creamery Can

The Creamery Can in Glarryford, Ballymena has become a popular spot for passing cyclists. We love when customers call in and know that these cyclists deserve a great meal to keep them going on their long cycle rides. We have lots of room for cyclists to stop and leave their bicycles down and plenty of soft cosy seating inside to give our cyclists a break from our Northern Ireland weather.

Cyclists call in at the Creamery Can

Cyclists call in at the Creamery Can

Our local cyclists enjoy getting some fuel for their trip home and take full advantage of our home made food on the menu. Especially popular is our breakfast fry and our home made cakes and caramel squares.

Cyclists call in at the Creamery Can

We love seeing our local cyclists call in and enjoy being a part of this local sporting community. If you are a cyclist then why not consider planning a route where you can call in with us on your way home to refuel. We are found in Glarryford at Dundermot House, 30 Station Road – Click here to see a map of how to get to the Creamery Can.

Business as Usual at the Creamery Can

At the Creamery Can in Glarryford outside of Ballymena we are open for business from 9-5 every Monday to Saturday. We are located in Glarryford just off the A26 which is experiencing roadworks at the moment but don’t worry, access to the Creamery Can is still easy and available.

Business as Usual at the Creamery Can

Business as Usual at the Creamery Can

11140049_1586469088284813_4679607577176892242_nWe are serving our lunches, cakes and treats from 9-5 and love seeing our customers call in and enjoy a relaxing stop with us. We offer local produce and home made food which is of the highest quality and with our beautiful setting you cant help but feel relaxed as you gaze out into the Ballymena countryside.

So plan to visit the Creamery Can for a catch up with friends, a relaxing cuppa or just to celebrate the start of the school holidays. We recommend our home made ice cream which makes for the perfect summer treat. Don’t let roadworks put you off visiting the Creamery Can as we are still very much open for business this summer.

Creamery Can – Local Produce

At the Creamery Can our milk which is used for our home made ice cream comes from a very nearby local source. In fact it is so close that a few visitors wandered by to take a look at how we are serving our ice cream and Knickerbocker Glory’s.

Creamery Can - Local Produce

Creamery Can - Local ProduceNow there’s something you don’t see every day at your local coffee shop! These two calves were just born and decided to go for a walkabout to see what else goes on on their farm. Because the Creamery Can is part of Dundermot Farm you may well get a glimpse of some farm animals and get a visit from our farmyard dog, Alfie, when you call in for your lunch or a treat.

 

At the Creamery Can we love the fact that we can use produce from our own farm to make beautiful treats which we can serve to you – our customers. If you need a treat or are looking for a serene, and scenic place to enjoy a cuppa then head out to the Creamery Can on Dundermot farm and keep you eyes peeled as you might meet some of our local animal friends!

Click here to find out how the Creamery Can is working with other local businesses to use only the best local produce.

Homemade Scones at the Creamery Can

The Creamery Can, Ballymena, serve homemade scones with cream which are the perfect partner for a cup of tea. Our scones are hand made and as fresh as can be. They are a huge hit but we still are left with one question – How should we be pronouncing the word “scone”?

Homemade Scones at the Creamery Can

Well here at the Creamery Can we have been doing some research.

According to one academic study, two-thirds of the British population pronounce it SCON with the preference rising to 99% in the Scottish population. Similarly, in the Republic of Ireland, they pronounce it ‘scon’. Experts say this is the correct pronunciation of the term as Ireland is the birthplace of the scone. (Source)

and it turns out that we aren’t the only one who were wondering how to pronounce ‘scone’. Here is an old poem which tries to get to the bottom of it.

I asked the maid in dulcet tone
To order me a buttered scone;
The silly girl has been and gone
And ordered me a buttered scone. (Source)

At the Creamery Can in Ballymena we don’t care how you pronounce it – we only want you to enjoy it. Our fresh scones are a real customer favourite so we know that when you call out to try one you won’t be left disappointed. Come to the Creamery Can at Station Road in Glarryford and enjoy a cup of tea and one of our homemade scones.

Creamery Can Knickerbocker Glory

A Knickerbocker Glory from the Creamery Can outside Ballymena is enough to convince you that summer is coming. We introduced the Creamery Can Knickerbocker Glory to some of our customers last month and it is fair to say that verdict was overwhelmingly positive.

Creamery Can Knickerbocker Glory

The Creamery Can Knickerbocker Glory can be designed by you. Pick your 2 favourite ice cream flavours and then sit back and enjoy.

Having a Knickerbocker Glory always takes us back to our childhood, when the summers always seemed to be longer and warmer. We know that kids today will enjoy our homemade ice cream just as much as we did back then.

Consider bringing your kids out – maybe a treat during revision time, or to celebrate the end of their exams. We know that lots of primary 7 pupils will be finding out about the school they will be going to in the new term – treat them to a special day out to the Creamery Can to let them celebrate moving on from Primary School. Really the Creamery Can Knickerbocker Glory is just an excuse for you to spend some time with the kids, and enjoy a tasty ice cream together.

Call out at the Creamery Can soon to enjoy our Homemade Ice Cream in a Knickerbocker Glory.

Homemade Ice cream – Ballymena

The Creamery Can in Glarryford, Ballymena, serves wonderful home made ice cream Monday – Saturday. Our Homemade Ice cream has been really popular and our speciality flavours are definitely worth trying. Our Homemade Yellow man ice cream was created in celebration of the recent Ould Lammas Fair in Ballycastle.

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Yellow man has been sold at the Ould Lammas for years and is a traditional Northern Irish sweet similar to honeycomb. Our customers certainly enjoyed tucking into some samples. We love seeing our customers with a smile on their face.

Call in with us here at the Creamery Can on Station Road in Glarryford, Ballymena, and enjoy quality time with a friend or loved one over a cup of coffee, tea and some of our speciality home made ice cream.

 

 

Dundermot House, 30 Station Road, Glarryford, Co Antrim BT44 9RA
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Open: 9am - 5pm Mon- Sat
Closed : Sunday
07421 000718
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