Thu, Jan 31 | Culture Beer and Cheese

Cheese 101 at Culture Beer and Cheese - Brighton

Come with us and learn the basics of artisan cheese! 1st of a 3 part series - we will meet with the co-owner of Culture Beer and Cheese (and cheese expert) Carly Leisk to learn the basics of artisan cheese and to enjoy fresh made crepes and craft beer!
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Cheese 101 at Culture Beer and Cheese - Brighton

Time & Location

Jan 31, 2019, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Culture Beer and Cheese, 412 W Main St, Brighton, MI 48116, USA

About The Event

Thursday January 31, 2019

Brighton, MI

Cost - Members FREE, Non Members $5

Expectation - Self Purchase of Food and Drink at Venue

Dress - Come as You Are

MOE - Erin

What to Expect -

Takes notes if you like or just kick back and enjoy the moment. We will be learning the basics of artisan cheese while enjoying fresh made crepes (available for self purchase). This is the introductory class in our three part series. February we will be learning more in depth cheese distinctions and how to create the perfect charcuterie. March will be our final class where we learn pairing of cheese and craft beer.

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About Culture Beer and Cheese:

Part restaurant, part store you will find cheese, as well as all the accoutrements, jams, honey, olives, cured meats, and of course, the perfect beer pairing to make your meal complete! They serve delicious crepes, cheese, and charcuterie plates in house to satisfy your cravings. Showcasing locally sourced products, it's hard to beat the wide selection of craft beer that Michigan has to offer!

Owners Carly and David Leisk say that cheese has always been a favorite snack in the Leisk house, but their knowledge and passion for fine cheese was honed while working at long time NYC favorite Artisanal Fromagerie and Bistro, and more recently at the hip Queens spot Astoria Bier and Cheese.

Their interest in craft beer began years ago on their baseball themed cross country road trips, during which they'd make it a point to only drink local brews, and visit many craft breweries along the way. While they still enjoy (and sell) wine, they love sharing the exciting and sometimes unexpected perfection that is pairing craft beer with fine cheese.

Additional Info:

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