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White Brick Cheese

Brick has a full, earthy flavor that has just a touch of nuttiness.

Available in 1-1/4 lbs or 2-1/2 lbs cuts

$8.50$15.00

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Brick is a Wisconsin original from way back. Wisconsin cheesemakers first crafted brick cheese in the late 1800s and named it matter-of-factly after the bricks cheesemakers were using to press the curds. When young, brick cheese is deliciously mild with just a tiny bit of nuttiness. Give it some time to age though, and it ambles into more complex, pungent, even tangy territory. Brick’s nickname for as long as we can remember has been “married man’s Limburger.” In other words, it’s a tamer, quieter version of that famously stinky German cheese.

APPEARANCE: Pristine white to creamy yellow
TASTE: Smooth and a bit soft
TEXTURE: Smooth, semi-soft
FLAVOR: Mild and nutty when young, and pungent and tangy with age
MILK TYPE: Cow

PAIR WITH: Light red wines

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Top toasted Italian bread with asparagus, ham and Wisconsin Brick; broil and serve open face.

RECIPES:

Creamy Brick Cheese Spread

Wisconsin-Style French Onion Soup

Mushroom, Onion and Brick Grilled Cheese

White Brick Cheese

Brick has a full, earthy flavor that has just a touch of nuttiness.

Available in 1-1/4 lbs or 2-1/2 lbs cuts

$8.50$15.00

SKU: N/A Categories: , Tags: , ,

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Brick is a Wisconsin original from way back. Wisconsin cheesemakers first crafted brick cheese in the late 1800s and named it matter-of-factly after the bricks cheesemakers were using to press the curds. When young, brick cheese is deliciously mild with just a tiny bit of nuttiness. Give it some time to age though, and it ambles into more complex, pungent, even tangy territory. Brick’s nickname for as long as we can remember has been “married man’s Limburger.” In other words, it’s a tamer, quieter version of that famously stinky German cheese.

APPEARANCE: Pristine white to creamy yellow
TASTE: Smooth and a bit soft
TEXTURE: Smooth, semi-soft
FLAVOR: Mild and nutty when young, and pungent and tangy with age
MILK TYPE: Cow

PAIR WITH: Light red wines

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Top toasted Italian bread with asparagus, ham and Wisconsin Brick; broil and serve open face.

RECIPES:

Creamy Brick Cheese Spread

Wisconsin-Style French Onion Soup

Mushroom, Onion and Brick Grilled Cheese

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