Paulus Abbey Beer Cheese
When I first cut into a round of this cheese it smelled like someone had just poured a tankard of Dutch beer. Paulus Abbey was the second oldest monastery in The Netherlands. The Benedictine monks who lived there made a beer with water drawn from the canals that ran through the city of Utrecht. Everyone rich and poor drank this beer until the abbey was disbanded in 1580. It was thought that tPaulus beer was lost forever until the original recipe was found a few years ago. The recipe for the cheese originates from the town of Gouda. Two well loved elements of Dutch life, blended together to produce a cheese as memorable as its history. Enjoy the gentle saltiness of this well-matured cheese with the fresh, slightly bitter fruitiness of Paulus Beer. $5.21/100 grams
- Price has been set on an average size package of 135 grams.
- Final weights and prices will be calculated after orders are submitted.
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