Our Cheese Varieties

Brick

Brick's roots lie in Wisconsin at the end of the 1800's. Its name is perhaps derived from early moulding techniques, the pressing of the cheeses with actual bricks. The cheese has a number of small and irregular holes and an open texture. It suggests a mixture of sweet, spicy and nutty flavor. Brick tastes delicious with any kind of fruit, crackers, wine, beer or apple juice.