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Garlic Brick

Garlic Brick - Brennans Market

Wisconsin Garlic Brick Cheese

Garlic Brick is a young, smooth, semi-soft cheese with mild garlic flavor. Great for melting or slicing.

History: Brick is a Wisconsin original, first made by John Jossi around 1877. Brick was named for its shape and because cheesemakers originally used bricks to press the moisture from the cheese. Wisconsin leads the nation in the production of brick and surface-ripened brick.

100% Wisconsin Cheese

In-Store Retail: $8.99 lb

Garlic Brick
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Wisconsin Garlic Brick Cheese

Garlic Brick is a young, smooth, semi-soft cheese with mild garlic flavor. Great for melting or slicing.

History: Brick is a Wisconsin original, first made by John Jossi around 1877. Brick was named for its shape and because cheesemakers originally used bricks to press the moisture from the cheese. Wisconsin leads the nation in the production of brick and surface-ripened brick.

100% Wisconsin Cheese

In-Store Retail: $8.99 lb

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