The Joy of Cheese
Beer and Cheese Rules!
Creamy One (BCS)
Appenzeller Beeler: Nutty, grassy, and sweet this is a classic Alpine cheese from the master of Swiss cheese, Rolf Beeler. cheese from Consider Bardwell Farms in Vermont. (BCS, WFT)
Beer – Six Point Crisp Lager: A German style beer brewed in Wilkes-Barre for the Brooklyn based Six Point, it is highlighted by vegetal flavors.
L’Amuse Oileman Borenkass: Tangy, crumbly and sweet, this Aged Gouda is from Holland. (BCS)
Isle of Mull Cheddar: Smokey, peaty, and sharp, this cheddar is made in Scotland from the milk of cow’s fed grain from a nearby distillery. (WFT, BCS)
Beer – Sixpoint Sweet Action: A Belgian Pale Ale, lighter and sweeter than classic English PA’s. (7% ABV)
Hooligan: An onion-ey cheese from Connecticut. (SC, Union Sq Greenmarket, BCS, M)
Gorgonzola Dolce di Capra: Creamy, dense and tangy, this is a goat’s milk variation of Italy’s most classic blue (BCS, E)
Beer – Six Point Brownstone: An American Brown Ale highlighted by notes of coffee, nuts, and toffee plus a hoppy kick. (ABV = 5.7%).
To finish: City Bakery Chocolate Chip cookies
Beer: Sixpoint Righteous Rye
These cheeses are available for retail sale at Bedford Cheese Shop in Williamsburg, Whole Foods Tribeca, and Eataly in the Flatiron District, .
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