Allen, Max; Studd, Will
August 2007
Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE;Aug/Sep2007, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p106
The article suggests combinations of several types of cheese with particular varieties of beer. It is stated that beers can mature over many years, developing complex, rich, satisfying flavors that taste good with a chunk of cheese accompanied with bread. Some suggested combinations include: Colston Basset Shropshire Blue cheese and Greene King Strong Suffolk Ale beer; and Haxaire Munster cheese and Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale beer.


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