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September 23, 2010


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Sounds awesome - gouda is one of my favorite cheeses to pair with beer. Did you try any beers with this one? From your description it sounds like a Belgian blonde or weissbier would do nicely.

I agree Julia. I love having beer with Gouda as the sweetness in the cheese can offer some interesting flavor combinations. I didn't have any beer for this first tasting, but I still have about half of the wedge left. I was planning on picking up a couple beers and giving it a try later this weekend. I think I will take your suggestions as it sounds like a great match.

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