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Sept. 25, 2020

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Photo courtesy of Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin
FALLING FOR CHEESE — Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) is encouraging consumers to celebrate Oktoberfest at home this year with Wisconsin cheese and beer pairings “Cheesemakers in Wisconsin have deep European roots, and craft German style cheeses with recipes that have been passed down through many generations,” says Molly Browne, education manager at DFW and American Cheese Society Certified Cheese Professional. “Beer is the perfect palate cleanser for cheese as well, and frankly, it’s hard to go wrong when pairing beer with cheese.” Among the cheese-beer pairings DFW highlights are the mild, butter and creamy Butterkäsewith Kolsch, a light and fuity German ale; the creamy and pungent delicacy Limburger with a dark Belgian ale; and the Wisconsin original smooth, semi-soft Brick cheese with a Weiss beer, which matches Brick’s strong character. In addition to pairings, also features classic Oktoberfest recipes like homemade soft pretzels and beer cheese dip.
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Today's Cheese Spot Trading
Sept. 25, 2020

Barrels: $1.6600 (+2 3/4)
Blocks: $2.5550 (+1 1/2)

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Cheese Production
U.S. Total July
1.107 bil. lbs.

Milk Production
U.S. Total August
18.600 bil. lbs.

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