The KäseStrasse isn’t a street or a road in the usual sense: it is a union of experts from various disciplines. Throughout the whole year, the members organise
events, invite people to tasting sessions, and initiate the uninitiated into the secrets of cheese production.
A journey of discovery for the senses
KäseStrasse Bregenzerwald is a union of farmers and alps, alpine dairymen and cheese-makers, cheese restaurants and inns, museums and railways, tourist
organisations and partners from the fields of trade and industry. The thing that unites all 160 partners in the KäseStrasse network is their dedication to the
cultivation and the maintenance of culinary delights and regional culture. Further stations on KäseStrasse include: the modern cheese cellar in Lingenau, where
several thousand blocks of cheese are left to mature; the Käsehaus in Andelsbuch, open seven days a week selling the entire range of cheeses and delicacies
from Bregenzerwald, the alpine dairy school in Egg (Metzler Molke, Page 61), where you can make your own cream cheese in a course.
Visitors can experience the culinary and cultural highlights of autumn here: stopping off in an cheese in or restaurant, paying a visit to the cheese-makers,
experiencing the lively hustle nad bustle you get at livestock and farmers' markets, visiting alpine dairies, testing the wares, etc. The alpine day and the
market in Schwarzenberg (12th September 2015) are traditional.
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