Irish Porter Cheese Sandwich At the Bistro

Joanie Hudson writes in the Winery and Vineyard Blog

When you’re not in the mood for wine at the Bistro Restaurant’s Thursday Grilled Cheese Night, order the Irish Porter Cheddar melted on toasted sourdough to accompany your dark rich beer. Cahill’s Irish Porter is a full flavored and tangy cheddar that is marbled throughout with Guiness. Its firm texture is made from pastuerized cow’s milk. The marbled porter gives the mild Irish cheese an extremely unique and interesting mosaic patterned appearance as well as a distinctly rich sweetness. Putting this cheese on a party platter is sure to provoke a number of comments from your guests viagra without a prescription.

Porter is a dark brown ale, which is produced by Cahills from an old Limerick recipe. Layers upon layers of sweetness, nuttiness, and meatiness make this cheese one of the most interesting cheeses I have ever tasted. You can’t miss it served grilled between artisan sourdough (as is).”

Joanie Hudson, Assistant Tasting Room Manager Santa Barbara Winery

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