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Beehive Cheese Giveaway

In support of their Project Promontory, Beehive Cheese is giving away a 5 lb. quarter wheel of Promontory to get you through the next two months!

Promontory is a sweet, creamy, 32-time award-winning cheddar from Utah. It gets its name from Promontory Summit in Northern Utah, where the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific Railroad lines linked 150 years ago. Project Promontory is Beehive’s response to the current global COVID-19 crisis. They’ve reduced the retail price of Promontory by 50% to support the increased need for a budget-friendly and versatile cheese. The movement of cheese from the creamery means Beehive can support its employees and continue to buy milk from its dairy partner, Wade’s Dairy. As part of Project Promontory, Beehive has donated 2,600 pounds of cheese to Ogden’s Lantern House, Catholic Community Services, and the Utah Food Bank.

Winners will receive one 5 lb. quarter wheel of Promontory. Enter by May 14th to win! Please enter your full name and email address below:

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Beehive Cheese

When you take a bite of Beehive Cheese, it melts like butter in your mouth. That’s because Beehive Cheese is made from the creamiest milk in Utah and lovingly crafted into superior cheese by a family who shares a passion for the artisan way of life. In 2005, brothers-in-law Tim Welsh and Pat Ford left the fast-paced world of software and real estate seeking a simple way of life as cheese makers. They traded their grinding commute and laptops for quiet pre-dawn mornings sitting with 500 gallons of farm-fresh milk carefully mixing and warming it for hours to develop their unique cheese. Delighting in the sweet smell of warm milk, they fell in love with the natural rhythms of making cheese the old fashioned way. The long days of polishing their recipe and the months spent waiting with an artisan’s patience for wheels to ripen to perfection have made our cheeses some of the best in America. The Beehive Cheese family is delighted to share our passion with you.

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