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Alehouse Cheddar Cheese

Alehouse Cheddar Cheese
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Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company

Alehouse Cheddar Cheese, 7 oz. block - Starting with Vermont Farmsteads own Vermont artisan cheddar, they have made this Vermont staple tipsy by adding two kinds of brew from a local brewer Harpoon. They use both their Munich Dark and their IPA to soak the curds during the cheese making process for full ale flavor. Vermont Farmstead's imported peg mill tears the curds giving them more surface area to really soak up the flavor of the beer.

The Alehouse Cheddar leads with a fragrant ale nose, has a flavorful balance of cheddar and nuts and ends with a strong hop finish. Makes a great pairing partner to any brew.

Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company began as a community effort to preserve a picturesque 18-acre dairy farm in South Woodstock, Vt in 2009. Passionate residents raised money to purchase the land, buildings and equipment in hopes that it would remain a dairy farm. With the generous contributions and tireless efforts of an entire community,their dream was realized and Vermont Farmstead became the first community-owned artisan cheese and dairy facility in the state.

In June 2011, Vermont Farmstead produced their first cheese, and five months later, after refining their product, they brought it to the public. In October 2012, VFCC introduced a new cheese production facility approximately 20 miles from the farm at the Artisans Park in Windsor, Vt. In addition to their facility, Artisans Park is home to 8 unique attractions including a Harpoon brewery, Silo distillery, a sculpture garden, a river outfitter, and Simon Pearce glassblowing factory and is well worth a visit.

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7 Oz. Alehouse Cheddar Cheese
 
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Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company

Alehouse Cheddar Cheese, 7 oz. block - Starting with Vermont Farmsteads own Vermont artisan cheddar, they have made this Vermont staple tipsy by adding two kinds of brew from a local brewer Harpoon. They use both their Munich Dark and their IPA to soak the curds during the cheese making process for full ale flavor. Vermont Farmstead's imported peg mill tears the curds giving them more surface area to really soak up the flavor of the beer.

The Alehouse Cheddar leads with a fragrant ale nose, has a flavorful balance of cheddar and nuts and ends with a strong hop finish. Makes a great pairing partner to any brew.

Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company began as a community effort to preserve a picturesque 18-acre dairy farm in South Woodstock, Vt in 2009. Passionate residents raised money to purchase the land, buildings and equipment in hopes that it would remain a dairy farm. With the generous contributions and tireless efforts of an entire community,their dream was realized and Vermont Farmstead became the first community-owned artisan cheese and dairy facility in the state.

In June 2011, Vermont Farmstead produced their first cheese, and five months later, after refining their product, they brought it to the public. In October 2012, VFCC introduced a new cheese production facility approximately 20 miles from the farm at the Artisans Park in Windsor, Vt. In addition to their facility, Artisans Park is home to 8 unique attractions including a Harpoon brewery, Silo distillery, a sculpture garden, a river outfitter, and Simon Pearce glassblowing factory and is well worth a visit.

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