Burnham Foods provides beer cheese dip to KC grocery stores
February 11, 2012
Contact:Tina Burnham, President, Burnham Foods, LLC, email@example.com, 816-604-8563, www.burnhamfoods.com
LEE’S SUMMIT, MO -- Burnham Foods, LLC launches Beer Cheese Chip & Vegetable dip in Kansas City grocery stores. Beer Cheese is a delicious blend of cheeses, spices, a touch of cayenne and real beer.
Burnham grew up in Eastern Kentucky eating Beer Cheese with potato chips. “I moved to Missouri as an adult and missed this very regional Kentucky food. I made Beer Cheese whenever I entertained at home or was invited to parties. Before I knew it hundreds of people had sampled my Beer Cheese and were encouraging me to market the product,” explained Burnham. Beer Cheese can be served cold right from the refrigerator with chips and raw vegetables. Warm it for 30 seconds in the microwave and enjoy it with tortilla chips. Turn a ho hum baked potato into the star of the meal with a dollop of Beer Cheese Chip & Vegetable Dip. Use it as a spread on hamburgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, and even corn on the cob! Burnham Foods Beer Cheese is sold in 8 ounce ready to serve containers and is available in both Original and Spicy. Find it in the specialty cheese section of grocery stores throughout the Kansas City area.
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