Tuesday October 11, 6:00 – 7:30pm

The best things in life are brie – according to our panel of local cheese mongers and makers, that is! Join us for a grate discussion on all things cheese: what to pair it with, where to buy it, and how to make your own. Wine by the glass available for purchase from our gouda friends at Ludlow Wines, and we’ll sample a few different cheeses throughout the evening

Featured Panel

Location

Ludlow Wines
343 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

Tickets

$10 in advance, $12 at the door

The Rhined
We are a specialty cut-to-order cheese and wine shop located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati. We focus on domestic, small batch cheese and also offer many regional selections. We only put cheeses that we absolutely love in the case, cheeses made by hand from producers with integrity. We want to make these producers proud and celebrate their commitment to crafting exceptional fromage. We use the same philosophy with our wine offerings. Small producers, handmade, and wines that taste of place.

Take a hunk of cheese and a bottle home or sit at the counter of our intimate, tiny shop, or in the courtyard, and enjoy a cheese flight and a glass of wine. We would also love to build you a cheeseboard filled with our offerings for your next gathering. Our educated cheesemongers are here for all of your questions and, sometimes, we have a good cheesy joke.

Scott Robbins and Andrea Siefring-Robbins, Urban Stead Cheese
We started Urban Stead Cheese as a way to create a great local product that had a sense of community. That’s why we create our cheese with milk from an Ohio Valley farmer. Our leftover whey from cheesemaking is then used to feed another local farmer’s livestock. The cheese we make on site every morning is sold in our retail space, and at local restaurants and shops. All the while, we cater and find ourselves at events all around Cincinnati. It’s a cycle that repeats itself over and over, and creates cheddar for the better.

Chef Maggie Lawson, Goosefoot Cook & Grow
Chef Maggie is a visual artist and has been a culinary professional for over 17 years. After moving back from Oakland, CA in 2020, she is excited to participate in Cincinnati’s growing food and small-scale farming scene. Maggie is passionate about social justice, healing for herself and her community, and bringing more beauty into the world through art and food. She speaks fluent French and Spanish and loves being in the mountains and swimming in hot springs.