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  • Beer Pairing Collection
Beer and cheese and kindred spirits. Both are products of wondrous accidents, thousands of years ago. Grains met yeast, milk met enzymes and mankind’s world was changed forever.

Beer Pairing Collection

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Beer and cheese are kindred spirits. Both are products of wondrous accidents, thousands of years ago. Grains met yeast, milk met enzymes and mankind’s world was changed forever.

Like wine pairings, beer and cheese most commonly are matched according to the relative strengths of each flavor – bold with bold, mild with mild.

We have selected four cheeses that will match with a variety of beers from a crisp pilsner to a hearty stout.

Aged Balsamic with Cipolline Onions

Onion and balsamic are two great savory flavors that pair well with brews ranging from sweeter ales to robust stouts. The dryness of the cheese beckons the cool brew to follow.

Baby Swiss

Multiple World Championships decorate this favorite Swiss from the most prolific cheese making region in the world. Baby Swiss is made from whole milk giving it smaller eyes and a sweeter taste than its big brother.

Pesto Basil Gouda

It’s like a pizza without the crust! And the only thing that goes better with beer than cheese may be pizza. Cut out the middle-man and try this creamy Gouda with an earthy ale.

Apple Smoked Cheddar

To finish your cheese and beer flight we have selected a smoky delight. White cheddar is slowly cold smoked over applewood for 16 hours. The wheels are then rolled in crushed, sweet paprika and cellar aged for six months. The smoke is balanced by the paprika which also makes the sliced wheels of cheese look like huge apples!

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