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Vermont experts offer tips on pairing beer and cheese | Burlington Free Press

Yves Gonnet, a cheesemaker at Midnight Goat Farm, at the Cheese Loves Beer tasting event. / ELLIOT deBRUYN/Free Press

This weekend brings a pair of sold-out events to the Burlington area which showcase two of Vermont’s most deliciously varied, locally-crafted comestibles: the Vermont Cheesemakers’ Festival and the Vermont Brewers Festival.

While each stands by itself, the duo is increasingly enjoyed together and recently shared center stage during a tasting at American Flatbread Burlington Hearth titled, “Cheese Loves Beer.”

It was the 11th such event, co-hosted each summer and fall by Paul Sayler, Burlington Flatbread co-owner and founding brewmaster of the restaurant’s in-house Zero Gravity Brewery, with Ruth Miller of Richmond, a self-described “beer and cheese maven.”

Miller, a longtime home-brewer and video production professional who has a “passionate sideline” consulting for brewers, brew-pubs, taprooms, festivals and events, teamed up with Sayler about five years ago.

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