I have a thing for Red Cat, a bacony washed-rind made by Sue Miller. I want you to try it. That's why I am offering you, yes you, one free ticket to a Birchrun cheese (and beer) tasting this Friday at her farm in Chester Springs. It starts at 6:30 p.m. You'll have to wend your way there, along beautiful back roads. We'll pet some cows, watch the sun set over the milking barn, listen to cheesemakers and brewers talk shop, and then we'll feast. At least that's my plan.
If you'd like to be my guest, drop me a comment before 8 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, June 14, 2011. I'll roll the dice on my living room table and pick a winner. If you don't make the cut, you can still purchase a ticket. They cost $25 and should be reserved in advance. Here are the deets:
Local Cheese+Local Beer Tasting, June 17, 6:30-8
A Night at Birchrun Hills Farm,
2573 Horseshoe Trail, Chester Springs, PA 19425
Enjoy pairings of six local cheeses and beers at Birchrun Hills Farm in Chester County. Birchrun is home to Sue Miller, one of the area's premier raw-milk cheesemakers (Red Cat, Birchrun Blue). We'll taste her cheeses along with libations from Tired Hands Brewery, Victory, and Sly Fox. Sue Miller and Paul Lawler host (along with yours truly). Tickets are $25. To reserve a seat, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sue Miller at 610-827-1603.
For a glimpse of Sue Miller's last tasting, click here.