The traditional 4 quart glass jar will churn two quarts of cream into approximately 1.5-1.75 lbs. of fresh butter and approximately 1 quart of buttermilk.
Height: 14.5 inches
Depth: 7 inches
Total Width (including handle): 11 inches
Built by hand in our workshop in Connecticut from American, Canadian and international parts. American designed, globally sourced.
Each churn is identified by its own unique, laser-engraved 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.
American hardwood grip is milled in Maine.
Shafts are custom machined from solid rods of stainless steel.