Hand-churned butter is rich, creamy & just tastes better. The Churncraft butter churn is an elegant, award-winning tool for making fresh butter at home.
Each one of our butter churns is built carefully by hand in our small workshop in Connecticut. We use high quality, custom made materials to create a durable, sturdy and heirloom-style tool.
A cast metal frame from Canada, stainless steel shafts and shaft collar machined in Connecticut, bronze bushings, a wooden handle milled in Maine, wear-resistant, precision gears imported from Germany and an easy-to-clean, removable paddle in Delrin all combine to make our churn a solid and robust tool.
"The Churncraft butter churn is also a strikingly beautiful kitchen object that won a prestigious German design award in 2017 for its lovely and inventive rendition of an old classic…we only hope you love it as much as we do!”
- Kristin Frey, CEO of Churncraft
The traditional 4 quart glass jar will churn two quarts of cream into approximately 1.5-1.75 lbs. of fresh butter and approximately 3 cups of buttermilk.
Height: 14.5 inches (37 cm)
Depth: 7 inches (18 cm)
Total Width (including handle): 11 inches (28 cm)
Learn more about the churn here.