Beef

Apéro with Alpsbrinz and Bündnerfleisch

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  • 150  grams Alpsbrinz
  • 100  grams Bündnerfleisch
  • cornichon
  • bottles Fermento Amber Ale
  • fresh tomatoes 
    Storage tip

    The ideal storage temperature for tomatoes is 12 to 16 degrees Celsius. When they are stored in the fridge, the cold temperatures stop the ripening process. This is great to keep ripe tomatoes a bit longer but has some impact on the taste. If you have unripe tomatoes, store them in a warm place with direct sunlight to ripen them.

  • slices whole-wheat bread

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Apéro with Alpsbrinz and Bündnerfleisch


Fermento Brewery

Wooden board with cut yellow mountain cheese, rolls of beef, tomato wedges and slices of bread next to a craft beer
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  • 150  grams Alpsbrinz
  • 100  grams Bündnerfleisch
  • cornichon
  • 2  bottles Fermento Amber Ale
  • fresh tomatoes
  • 6  slices whole-wheat bread

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  • 1 cutting board
  • 1 knife
  • 1 serving plate

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Apéro with Alpsbrinz and Bündnerfleisch


Fermento Brewery

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Wash 2 fresh tomatoes and cut them into wedges
Cut 150 grams Alpsbrinz into thin slices
Roll up 100 grams Bündnerfleisch into rolls of about 2 cm diameter
Cut 6 slices whole-wheat bread into halves
Arrange the tomatoes, Alpsbrinz, Bündnerfleisch and whole-wheat bread on a serving plate
Add 4 cornichon to the serving plate and serve the Apéro together with 2 bottles Fermento Amber Ale