• Ned palmer

The British Cheese Weekender - Friday 8th May, 9pm

Updated: May 5



The Craft Beer Channel vs The Cheese Tasting Co.


The Cheese:


Cotehill White

Made by the Davenport family, Lincolnshire.

Unpasteurised cow’s milk, animal rennet.


Substitutions: Fresh, un-rinded cheeses, cow or goat curd, cream cheese.


St Jude

Made by Julie Cheyney, White Wood Dairy, Fen Farm, near Bungay, Suffolk.

Unpasteurised cow’s milk, vegetable rennet.


Substitutions: Mould ripened cow's milk cheeses, like St. Marcellin or St. Felicien, younger Camemberts or Bries.


Doddington

Made by Maggie Maxwell, near Wooler, Northumberland.

Unpasteurised cow’s milk, animal rennet.


Substitutions: Hard cow's milk cheese, like Cheddar, Red Leicester, Cheshire or Lancashire


Biggar Blue

Made by the Errington family, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Unpasteurised goat’s milk, vegetarian rennet.


Substitutions: Goat's milk blues like Harbourne Blue (goat's milk blues are hard to find!), blues with a stronger blue flavour and firmer texture.


Buying your cheese


If your local cheesemonger doesn't have the exact cheeses, they will be able to help you with substitutions. Here are three of my favourite shops, who all do UK deliveries: The Courtyard Dairy, The Fine Cheese Co., Neal's Yard Dairy, and here is a list of shops all over the UK and Ireland who can help you out: http://bit.ly/SaveTheCheeseList


The Beers


Saison Dupont

Lost and Grounded Keller Pils

Magic Rock Dark Arts

Siren Soundwave

Tiny Rebel Cwtch

Wild Beer Co Modus Operandi


Selected by those lovely people at The Craft Beer Channel you can buy them all as single order here.


Click on this link to watch

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