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A Cheese Washed in Brooklyn Beer – NYTimes.com

via A Cheese Washed in Brooklyn Beer – NYTimes.com.

Washed-rind cheeses (basted with brine, spirits or other liquid as they mature) are a fairly recent addition to the repertories of artisanal cheesemakers in the United States. These cheeses tend to be funkier and stinkier than other types, and are often high on the lists of connoisseurs

Now, Whole Foods markets in the Northeast have come up with one of their own. The raw cow’s milk cheese, in plump four-inch disks made by Sprout Creek Farm in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., is washed with Sixpoint Brownstone Brown Ale…


Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

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