The Guild is in full gear for the Winter. Join us at a market, a restaurant, a cheese class, a festival – we want you to taste Massachusetts Cheese!
“Eating New England” series at the KITCHEN, Boston Public Market: March – June
When it comes to food, New Englanders have got it made. Our part of this world is home to some of the best locally-made beers, mead, cider, cheese, meats, chocolate, nuts, pickles and other savory and sweet treats. What’s the best way to explore this wide world of locally-made culinary delights? By tasting them, of course! Join food author Adam Centamore and cheese professionals from the MA Cheese Guild for a series of tastings this spring featuring Massachusetts cheeses from the Appleton Farms booth at the Market paired with local beer, cider, mead, charcuterie and more! Click here for schedule and ticketing information.
Craft Beer and Massachusetts Cheese Dinner at moonstones, Chelmsford: April 6
Join us Thursday, April 6th for a very special craft beer and cheese dinner, featuring artisan cheeses handmade within an hour or two of moonstones, experts from MA Cheese Guild and The Winebow Group!
Special guest will be artisan cheesemaker Luca Mignogna of Wolf Meadow Farm in Amesbury, who will share his “secret” Italian techniques for making small batch ricotta, mozzarella and more. Reservations are limted; call moonstones now to reserve your seat at the table! 978.256.7777
Do you know the difference between a bloomy rind and a blue? Learn all about cheese styles and identification in our Massachusetts Cheese 101 class! We’ll taste a variety of local cheeses and talk about serving suggestions, cheese plates and wine pairings. Classes are scheduled periodically at our retail and restaurant members’ locations across Massachusetts. Admission for these introductory classes is $20 (FREE for our Enthusiast members). Subscribe to our mailing list here to be notified of upcoming class dates.