Saturday, July 7, 2018

weisslacker -

Weisslacker or beer cheese is a German cheese made with pasteurized cow's milk. This cheese is often enjoyed by dipped in beer and consumed with pretzels.

In addition, this cheese is also used in the manufacture of bread and cakes. In Bavaria, this cheese is grated on top of spaetzle, which is noodles derived from Germany. This cheese was developed by two brothers Josef Kramer and Anton Kramer from Wertach in Allgau.

They modified the Backsteinkäse cheese recipe in 1876 by increasing the amount of salt used, increasing the fat content and prolonging the maturation process. During the process of maturation, the cheese is wrapped in aluminum paper. This cheese has no skin and weighs between 1 to 2 kilograms.