Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses launches Goodwood Revival pop up

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Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses is excited to announce it will be popping up at glorious Goodwood for the Goodwood Revival this weekend with an interactive immersive cheese tasting experience.

To celebrate its rich brand heritage, fourth generation Lancashire cheese makers Butlers will be taking us back in time by recreating a vintage cheese shop for festival goers to enjoy. Alongside offering customisable lunchtime platters to take-away throughout the day for cheese loving visitors, Butlers will be showcasing its incredible range of multi-award winning Lancashire cheeses, including the iconic Blacksticks Blue and favourites such as their Trotter Hill Lancashire cheese, soft Button Mill and Kidderton Ash goat’s cheese. In their shop, you’ll be able to journey through the history of the company along their Heritage Wall before feasting and nourishing your knowledge at the Tasting Table.

Established in 1932 and based at its Lancashire farm, Butlers is well-versed in the art of cheesemaking. The family-run company which sources all its milk from within 10 miles of the dairy, has worked for four generations to create an exciting range of boundary pushing cheeses that show exactly what British cheese has to offer.

The Goodwood Revival is a three-day festival held each September at Goodwood Circuit since 1998 for the types of road racing cars and motorcycle that would have competed during the circuit’s original period—1948–1966.