Manufacturing Brymor Ice Cream
Our ice cream is made using two main ingredients, milk, and cream, which are produced by our own herd of Guernsey cows. Our ice cream
recipe has been designed to use our whole Guernsey milk.
The milk is then pumped daily into the Dairy and skimmed to provide our own top quality cream. As the milk is being pasturised, cream,
sugar, dextrose, skimmed milk powder and stabiliser are added, and once it has been pasteurised, the "mix" is kept in a holding vat at 2°
centigrade to let the "mix" age.
The "mix" is then pumped through a freezer and it is at this stage that we add different flavours to complete our ice cream "mix". As the
smooth ice cream comes out of the freezer we then add fruit, nuts and sauces depending on the variety of ice cream we are manufacturing.
The ice cream then goes into different sized containers and is put into a blast freezer, which freezes the ice cream at -24° centigrade.
There are no preservatives to keep the ice cream, as the quality is kept by freezing quickly and keeping frozen. It is then transferred
into our holding freezer and stored at -22° centigrade ready to be dispatched.
All orders are delivered in our freezer vans.
Unfortunately, we are unable to allow public access to our production area.