This place offers more than 150 types of cheese made from cow, goat, sheep, and buffalo raw milk. They own certified organic farms for cheese production, and offer fine wine and vinegar as well. Knippenbergs is represented at various Berlin weekly markets and has three stores in Berlin, including one in Kreuzberg‘s Marheineke Markthalle.
Knippenbergs Lust auf Käse, Marheinekepl. 15, Berlin, Germany, +49 30 47 48 68 0
Peppikäse Berlin has a wide range of cheese specialities mostly from Austria and Switzerland. Different varieties of cheese such as Gruyère, blue cheese or Gouda are exclusive items from selected mountainous farmers. Each cheese has its unique taste due to its traditional artistry as well as to the natural raw materials used.
Peppikäse, Weichselstr. 65, Berlin, Germany, +49 17 65 03 07 65 6
Chez Bruno is a small place that entertains people with a large variety of French cheeses and also supplies various hotels and supermarkets. You can order the specialty cheese of your choice, and they will make it according to your specifications.
Chez Bruno, Berliner Str. 31, Berlin, Germany, +49 30 80 90 78 04
Maître Philippe could easily be called the king of cheese in Berlin and has been serving French cheeses as well as French wine in Berlin for the last 20 years. Now it has become a family tradition to run the business according to the motto: ‘Selling products of which we ourselves are passionate.’
Maître Philippe & Filles, Emser Str. 42, Berlin, Germany, +49 30 88 68 36 10
This place specializes only in exceptional goat cheese. You can enjoy the art of Ute pipe Beck, who is a painter first but for more than 15 years she has been producing high-quality organic products made from raw milk cheese. There are more than 20 different varieties of goat cheese at Kunst & Käse. You can book a cheese-making seminar and learn to make goat cheese.