Brick is an American cheese, made in rectangular loaves, that displays numerous fine holes when it is sliced. When young — classified as 5 to 6 months old, which is how it is delivered to you — it is sweet and mild. After aging, it tastes somewhat like a mild Limburger or cheddar, and has also been compared to a Danish Tilsit. Stored unopened, it will age but will last a year or more.
Brick cheese is made from drained instead of pressed curd. This gives it even higher levels of omega-3 and CLA since the long chain fatty acids are not broken in processing.
This grass-fed brick cheese is ideal for slicing or grating and is excellent in many recipes or simply as a snack