A taste of Wisconsin comes to Colorado Springs

By Teresa Farney Updated: January 15, 2018 at 8:11 am • Published: January 13, 2018 0
photo - Chris Peissig, owner of the Cheese Haus in Colorado Springs, will have a grand opening Saturday. (Teresa Farney, The Gazette)
Chris Peissig, owner of the Cheese Haus in Colorado Springs, will have a grand opening Saturday. (Teresa Farney, The Gazette)

Chris Peissig missed the delicious Wisconsin cheese from his home state so much he decided to open his own shop, The Cheese Haus, 1380 S. 21st St., in Colorado Springs.

In addition to an array of cheese, he stocks other foods from Wisconsin such as sausage, brats, bacon and artisan crackers. He also has Colorado products such as honey from Schmidt Apiaries. He's hosting a grand opening from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday with free beer from Iron Bird Brewery

"They are from Wisconsin, too," Peissig said. "Everything in the store will be 10 percent off. I'm going to be cooking some brats and other sausages."

Details: 339-7521 and facebook.com/thecheesehauscs.

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