Vermont American January 30, 2017
You’re Guaranteed To Love A Trip To This Epic Cheese Company In Vermont
The word of the day is: Cheddaring. While it sounds like it may be a slang term for craving a piece of cheese, it’s actually a unique process in making Cheddar cheese. You can watch the magic of cheddaring take place at the Grafton Village Cheese Company in Brattleboro, which is quite possibly the best cheese in VT!
No one knows the process of cheddaring better than Grafton Village Cheese, who has been making cheese in this fashion for over a century.
Watch the cheese come to life through a big viewing window at the factory.
This process has long been forgotten by many of today’s larger cheddar companies, but not Grafton Village Cheese!
The award winning cheese you’ll find at their facility in Brattleboro is like no other, which is probably why they win awards year after year after year.
Just look at of all their awards
In fact, their Bear Hill was a 2017 winner at the recent
Good Food Awards!
Out of thousands of entries, Bear Hill was one of the lucky winners, along with 2 other Vermont cheeses - Vermont Creamery for Bonne Bouche and Spring Brook Farm for Reading Raclette. Congratulations!
Check out these be-ewe-tiful sheep!
The Cave-Aged Bear Hill is a washed-rind alpine style cheese, made with 100% local sheep milk.
Will you stop in for some delicious sampling?
Have you ever wondered what 84 pounds of cheese looks like?
Check out this cheesemonger cutting into a beautiful 84lb wheel of Parmesan.
The friendly staff will answer your questions and help you choose the perfect cheese for you.
Looking for a fun new recipe to make with your Grafton Village Cheese?
How about this great recipe for
? Gougères make a fun alternative to dinner rolls, but are light enough to serve as an appetizer as well.
Perhaps you'd like to stick with a classic grilled cheese sandwich.
Whatever you decide to make, it's always better with Grafton!
The word is out!
Check out this Grafton cheese display found in San Francisco!
After one bite you'll know what the buzz is about.
Go ahead and live on the wedge (of cheese.)
Visit soon and you'll soon be hooked.
Grafton Village Cheese Company.
Located at 400 Linden Street, Brattleboro.
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