The Red Rover was a clipper ship, built in 1852, that swiftly sailed trade goods between New York and San Francisco. During the clipper ships reign as the fastest sailing ships ever built in America, the Seacoast was the third largest producer. The name Red Rover pays homage to the past and present history of the Seacoast, as well as tying back to the birthplaces of Red Rover Creamery’s founders, Sarah from San Francisco and Eric from New York.


At Red Rover Creamery, we strive to find locally grown and sustainably farmed products to make delicious treats for our community. We believe that what you eat should nourish your soul, make your day a little brighter and provide the satiety we all need to carry on doing good things out in the world.


The heart of Red Rover Creamery is found in the delicious creations from the hands of Sarah Egri-Amsden, co-founder and chef.  After attending the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, Sarah cooked in some of the countries most revered kitchens; Chez Panisse, Quince, and Boulette’s Larder before opening her own dining experience, Red Rover Creamery, where she allows her culinary imagination to sail.