We are compiling an ever growing list of U.S. ice cream maker manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals.
There are currently 3 companies in this list, which might include ice cream makers assembled from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
Page created Sept 24, 2015, and the listings last reviewed Thursday, July 13, 2017 by Dave Hurley
Country Freezers are Amish handcrafted in Holmes County Ohio. Country Freezers also feature a heavy duty stainless steel can that sits on a stainless steel tub center. The hand crank model has a grease zerk maintained gear frame equipped with American made steel gears. These are not stainless steel gears like the Immergood but are long lasting. Country has their own USA electric motor, owners like it for its durability but have reported that it is noisier than the typical electric motors. Country freezers still use white oak that the same as being used to make wooden barrels.
Immergood has raised the bar on old fashioned ice cream maker quality. Customer response has been very popular and the word has quickly spread making Immergood the hottest selling ice cream freezers within and around the Amish communities across the US.
Tubs are made of a durable fiberglass blend that has been specially designed to provide an open air space between the layers of fiberglass. This gap is then filled with foam. Ice cream keeps up to three times longer than in traditional ice cream freezers.
A delight in any season, rich, velvety homemade ice cream is almost as much fun to make as it is to eat. Pour in your favorite recipe, let everyone take a turn cranking the handle, and you'll soon be relishing the treat that's been called the Great American Dessert. Rugged construction with top-of-the-line parts and careful attention to detail. Superior performance for many years. Heavy-duty stainless steel can and leak-proof white oak tub with stainless adjustable bands. Made in USA.
Some of the companies listed in this directory that make products here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well.
Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.