Pairing beer and cheese has been a gastronomic delight for centuries, the most common example being the ploughman's lunch. A simple dish of farmhouse cheese, a piece of bread and a few accompaniments matched with a local brew has restored field workers for centuries. The simplicity of matching two fermented products may seem mundane to some; however, simplicity is key to unlocking a host of wonders for your guests. The basic idea with beer and cheese pairings is to allow each product to ...
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