Cheese and Cheers organizes tastings and presentations on beer, wine and cheese, featuring the best from New World artisans and craftsmen, along with Old World standards. We also can organize business events and parties. As an alternative to a typical steak house dinner or cocktail party, we can organize a beer dinner, a tasting of regional cheeses, or a beer vs. wine smackdown, where participants vote on the best companions for cheeses from outstanding wines and beers. We also offer an independent beer pairing program for artisan and farmstead cheesemakers and can match craft brewers with artisan cheesemakers for mutually-beneficial cross-marketing partnerships.
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Special thanks to Hank from the Beer and Cheese Project, and to Tasia at Fromagarie Belle Chevre for contributing some of the images used on our home page.


Pairing No. 19: Vermilion River Blue + Bengali Tiger

Pairing No. 19: Vermilion River Blue + Bengali Tiger

David | Blog | December, 28 2012 | No Comment

During the pre-Christmas weekend I found myself challenging the blue cheese selection at the giant Whole Foods Market store on Kingsbury Ave. in Chicago. I believe that if I could have frozen everyone in that store at that moment and taken a head count I would have found that there were enough customers to fill [...]

New Digs, New Beer at 5 Rabbit

New Digs, New Beer at 5 Rabbit

David | Blog | December, 20 2012 | No Comment

It’s been a little more than a year since 5 Rabbit Cerveceria brought its first contract-brewed beers to market. On Saturday the company hosted a pre-apocalypse tour of its brand new brewery in south suburban Bedford Park. A group of beer writers, bloggers and podcasters had a chance to tour the brewery and sample a [...]

The new phone book is here!!

The new phone book is here!!

David | Blog | October, 29 2012 | No Comment

Actually it’s a cheese.  One of the most celebrated seasonal cheeses is now available at a fine cheese retailer near you. Rush Creek Reserve, from the legendary Uplands Cheese Co., Dodgeville, Wis., is a soft-ripened cheese similar to Camembert or brie, but about 20-times more luscious than those lackluster mass-produced pucks you will find in the supermarket. [...]

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