FarmSteady • Soft Pretzel & Beer Cheese Kit


Great for an indoor weekend activity or gift for dad for Father’s Day!

An absolute favorite bar snack is a soft pretzel (ideally warm) with beer cheese on the side for dipping. It easily competes with any good cheese plate. Savory and salty, it’s certainly a guilty pleasure. So much so that we’d prefer eating it with friends in the comfort of our own home.

All the ingredients in the kit are good for 12-18 months.

Included in the Soft Pretzel & Beer Cheese Making Kit:

Baking Mix
Baking Yeast
Malt Powder
Pretzel Salt
Vegetable Rennet
Cheese Cloth

The founders of Farm Steady & Brooklyn Brew Shop, based in Brooklyn, NY, Erica & Stephan believe so much of what tastes great doesn’t need a lot of equipment, space or even a ton of practice. With high quality ingredients and some knowledge, the possibilities for what you can make from scratch are nearly endless. Whether they are recreating traditional methods or developing new ones, our goal is always to make something that tastes as good (if not better) than what we can buy in a store or order at a restaurant. They want to help you understand what it is you’re eating, how it’s grown, how it’s cooked and how you can truly make it your own.

$30.00

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An absolute favorite bar snack is a soft pretzel (ideally warm) with beer cheese on the side for dipping. It easily competes with any good cheese plate. Savory and salty, it’s certainly a guilty pleasure. So much so that we’d prefer eating it with friends in the comfort of our own home.

All the ingredients in the kit are good for 12-18 months.

Included in the Soft Pretzel & Beer Cheese Making Kit:
Baking Mix
Baking Yeast
Malt Powder
Pretzel Salt
Vegetable Rennet
Cheese Cloth

The founders of Farm Steady & Brooklyn Brew Shop, based in Brooklyn, NY, Erica & Stephan believe so much of what tastes great doesn’t need a lot of equipment, space or even a ton of practice. With high quality ingredients and some knowledge, the possibilities for what you can make from scratch are nearly endless. Whether they are recreating traditional methods or developing new ones, our goal is always to make something that tastes as good (if not better) than what we can buy in a store or order at a restaurant. They want to help you understand what it is you’re eating, how it’s grown, how it’s cooked and how you can truly make it your own.