Kristin's Lightning butter churn from the 1920s & the Churncraft butter churn.
Our butter churn is a highly efficient, hand-powered device that allows users to make rich, creamy butter that just tastes better.
The elegant design of the new Churncraft churn features stainless steel, glass and wood components that bring a modern aesthetic to its time-tested functionality, creating a stylish classic that can be enjoyed by generations.
It’s the perfect way to embrace the farm-to-table movement at home! Learn how to make better butter with a Churncraft butter churn.
The traditional 4 quart glass jar will churn two quarts of cream into approximately 1.5-2 lbs. of fresh butter. Churning time is dependent on the starting temperature of the cream and the speed of churning. If you start with cream at 65 °F and churn at a speed of about 120-150 RPM, the total time of making butter (including draining buttermilk and molding butter) is about 20-25 minutes.
Designed by Churncraft. Assembled by hand in our workshop in Connecticut from parts manufactured in America, Canada and overseas.
Each churn is laser engraved with its own unique serial number.
German-made precision gears are the heart of the power train. Optimal transmission ratio of 1:3 gives three full paddle rotations for each turn of the crank, which is a good balance of speed and torque power for the job.
Protective transparent dome provides alternative handhold while churning and keeps fingers from getting caught in gear mechanism.
Curved wave paddle makes butter quickly and is removable for easy cleaning.
4 qt glass jar is shaped to optimize churning action. Natural ripples and tiny bubbles are typical of traditional, small batch glass blowing.
Solid American hardwood grip is milled in Maine.
Shafts are custom machined from solid rods of stainless steel.