Red Rock and Dunbarton Blue cheese duo
Red Rock cheese is an American original: A cave-aged cheddar with a hit of blue. It is creamy and sliceable, and is named for the local stone that surrounds the room in which it is aged. Red Rock cheese is colored with twice the amount of annatto as a traditional Wisconsin cheddar and aged between 3-6 months. Red Rock is more of a creamy cheddar than a crumbly blue.
Dunbarton Blue combines the sharp, great flavor of an English-style cheddar (slightly dry and crumbly) with the bite and creaminess of a French blue cheese. Finished with a natural rustic rind, this cheese is open-air cured with a light blue veining and a slightly spicy flavor.
Pairing suggestions: Dried cranberries, Fig and Black Tea preserves, Potter’s Classic Wheat Crackers, Ale Asylum Contorter Porter ale.