Wednesday, Nov 06, 2019 6:30p -
38 Norman Street
Bone Up Brewing
Everett, Massachusetts 02149
Alcohol, Date Idea, Food
We love beer, and we love cheese, so we've put the two together in a pairing series celebrating local farms and creameries. We'll select a new farm each month and prepare a curated flight of different cheese varieties and beer styles for you to enjoy! Menu and serving details below.
November 2019: Jasper Hill Farm (Greensboro Bend, VT)
Harbison is a soft-ripened cheese with a rustic, bloomy rind. Young cheeses are wrapped in strips of spruce cambium, the tree's inner bark layer. Harbison is woodsy and sweet, balanced with lemon, mustard, and vegetal flavors.
With its light, crisp body and dry finish, Extra Naked Cream Ale cuts right through the rich and creamy texture of Harbison. Grassy and lemon hop aromas complement the cheese’s funky notes.
Moses is an approachable and nuanced brie-style cheese. Beneath its thin, bloomy rind lies a gooey, milky core showing a complex array of flavors: cauliflower, crème fraîche, and toasted nuts. A bright, clean finish with a hint of white mushroom aroma follows the rich flavors of the paste.
Los Aromos Farmhouse Ale has a delicate tartness that was made for this Brie. Take a sip, take a bite, enjoy!
Oma is a tomme-style cheese balancing pungent and sweet flavors with aromas of roasted nuts, cured meat and cultured butter. The thin, orange rind, often overlaid with white flora, is an earthy foil to the richness of the soft paste.
Dig into this cheese’s decadent gooiness and chase it with Rufus, a sweet, nutty brown ale!
Vault No. 5: Cave Aged Cheddar
Jasper Hill’s sensory team selects each batch of this modern cheddar recipe for cave aging in a specially calibrated vault. Cheeses are released when the perfect balance of savory depth, lactic brightness, and salt caramel sweetness is achieved.
Our flagship IPA, Wasted Life, has notes of stone fruit, orange candy, and light caramel sweetness - a classic pairing for this luxurious cheddar.
We'll be serving the cheeses with the recommended beer flight for $25. Eventually, we plan to sell cheese by the wedge in the taproom (ordered a la carte) but for now we're getting to know our local options! We would love to hear your feedback as we explore this new program.