Brick is an American cheese made in Wisconsin since the 1870s and has a brick-like shape. Brick is a surface-moulded cheese with a reddish-brown rind, which may be waxed. The interior of Brick contains small holes and is yellow-white. Brick is a mild, tangy cheese and is used in sandwiches and for toasting.
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