Mould: A Cheese Festival

Things to do, Food and drink
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Mould A Cheese Festival
Photograph: Steffen Pedersen

Time Out says

The country's best wheels of cheese are rolling into Carriageworks

After a sell-out year in 2019 and a postponement in 2020, Mould: A Cheese Festival is back at Carriageworks – and the 2021 edition is slated to be bigger than ever. For the uninitiated, this festival embraces the crumbly and the creamy in a full-fledged celebration of quality, handcrafted Australian cheeses. 

Over the course of two days, you’ll have the opportunity to meet Australia's best producers and taste your way through tart blue-veined varieties, hard cheddars, washed rinds and super smooth softies. The line-up is yet to be finalised, but past participants have included Bruny Island Cheese Co, Yarra Valley Dairy, Grandvewe, Section 28, Shaw River, Tolpuddle, Tongola and That's Amore among others. 

Tickets include a turn at all cheese tastings and a wine glass to take home (and taste from – sessions include matched wines). If you're looking to feed your mind, demonstrations and masterclasses will also take place across both glorious days. 

A $48.62 ticket  scores you all the cheese you can Muenster (that's the only pun you're getting) at one of the three timed sessions pver Friday and Saturday, May 21-22. Act fast – this one's guaranteed to go quick, and missing out would be pretty whiffy. 


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