Six 8-Ounce Blocks of Cheese or $5 for $10 Worth of Cheese at Renard's Cheese

Algoma

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In a Nutshell

Handcrafted cheeses, aged and cured in small batches, such as chili-lime cheddar and cheese curds

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $9 for six 8-ounce blocks of cheese (an $18 value)
  • $5 for $10 worth of cheese

Guests can select from a variety of cheddars, colbys, and monterey jack cheeses, such as the one-year-aged sharp cheddar ($5.35), the semi-soft marble colby cheese ($5.05), and the morel-and-leek monterey jack ($6.95). For the 8-ounce-blocks option, guests receive one of each of the following: chili-lime cheddar, fajita cheddar, salsa cheddar, herb-and-garlic cheddar, tomato-and-basil cheddar, and cranberry-pepper cheddar.

Renard's Cheese

Since 1961, three generations of Renard family members have handcrafted, aged, and cured small batches of gourmet cheeses and curated a lineup of locally made products, such as jams and meats. The cheese makers captivate local taste buds with samplings such as brick, colby, and two-year aged white cheddar, as well as with house-specialty cheese curds—hunks of cheddar so fresh they squeak. In a shop structured to resemble a wooden cheese box, friendly staffers point the way to Door County–area products that complement the rich dairy, from wine stomped from apples, cherries, and blackberries to syrup milked from a maple cow.

Renard's Cheese

Since 1961, three generations of Renard family members have handcrafted, aged, and cured small batches of gourmet cheeses and curated a lineup of locally made products, such as jams and meats. The cheese makers captivate local taste buds with samplings such as brick, colby, and two-year aged white cheddar, as well as with house-specialty cheese curds—hunks of cheddar so fresh they squeak. In a shop structured to resemble a wooden cheese box, friendly staffers point the way to Door County–area products that complement the rich dairy, from wine stomped from apples, cherries, and blackberries to syrup milked from a maple cow.


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90% of 42 customers

  • “Great cheese- good variety”

  • “Great cheese and great customer service”

  • “Great products very friendly, helpful staff”

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    Algoma

    248 County Rd. S

    Algoma, Wisconsin 54201

    920-487-2825

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