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Fuentes : Its nice to be rich and able to purchase real estate in nyc

Rogelio Olivares Ruiz : This takes the Brooklyn hipster to a whole new level

timscalzitti : Wonder how much they spend on beard nets.

Aquavert GreenWorks : Why isnt brad doing this? Cheese is clearly alive...

Infinite Athletics : I'd imagine this is what cheese heaven looks like.

The_Doctors_Tardis : What exactly do you think you are doing? If you are going to do an episode about aging cheese, you need to have Brad.

Jarrod Hollie : I am not a cheese fan but i am fascinated on how cheese is aged and made

WYNOLLO TV : I love the honesty 😂😂, cheese is amazing. Wow imagine working there with all these layers of cheese and tunnels that's really interesting.

J D : Brad should have done this with ITS ALIVE!

Lun Hing : Damn how rich do I gotta be to do this

Kuemmerling Enthusiast : Makes cheese that takes a massive amount of time and work. Uses a label that lookes like a five year old drew it.

Kim : They should expand their cave to start curing meat. Saucissons are heavenly.

AL MAYYAHI : The cave walls look like cheese. Or maybe I'm just getting too hungry and everything looks like cheese.

peeker IQ : They are cheese dealers

romariohamid : is that brad in the background ??!!

emmeff56 : Blessed are the cheese makers...or any manufactures of dairy products in general.

The toast Legend : Always watch you guys when I'm sad or just when I get home Cxx 💕

Alan Rodriguez : Beard boy @1:38 didn’t need a beard cover

Asibi.S : great to see how businesses develop, good luck with that guys.

ChefNateGr8 : Father John Misty's Doppleganger right there. :P

M17 : 2:13 She said "no yeast no mold..."!!!!!!! These people don't know anything about cheese. They just work as gatekeepers..

Gimme Some Speed : Really impressive! Well done! This is coming from a Food Chemist 😀

NickSolly : Amazing video. Keep stuff like this coming.

Jopdan : lmao, dude just saw a cellar and bought it, then learned how to make cheese? wtf, must be nice to be that wealthy

Aoudhubillahi : Positively awesome vid article. ...Because, that is great work that they are doing.

Spent too much Time on YouTube : Ooooooohh cheeeeese

Marci Nelson : *The exquisite art of Fromagerie!* 💖🧀💖

ALAPINO : There's something quite charming about this whole affair. Mmmm.

SuperAutoVoltage : I want this job.

stantheindian : so dope that some of these old techniques are being revived.

SuperSoundtracks : Well, they had a few options when purchasing that property. Cheese-aging or meth-lab. Guess they chose the legal alternative.

Jay busa : Thats awesome what a great job...

Thomas Horton : I would love to see this place. OMG. Amazing.

Alexander George Tsakumis : I so love this!

Lemlem : Susan Boyle sure looks different than I remember.

Brady McCrosky : Things like this are why I love my neighborhood so much. Knowing a live less than a block from this is so cool.

everyone : Good luck to them. I can't imagine that all being cheap. Turning money into more money, and delicious cheese!

Sedona Bookbinder : Doesn't mold taste amazing?

Ha-ha-ha-hapa : They're building a cheese empire!! I feel like it's rare to hear small business owners expanding but yeah, that's cool.

FUCKYOURSELF GOOGLE : "growing more cheese" Hold my beer!

Pogsit Pogapo : *_bacteria, fungi, molds..._*

Charles Waters : This is where fascinating real life and an episode of Portlandia mix. It made me long for some cheese.

maxx steele : This was the cheesiest interview I've ever seen in my life.

Aar Lekz : Do these people develop some sort nasal diseases or long term lung damage?

Cathrine JP : Time can develop unknown communities. That smell delicious.... Hell, YEAH!

Braiden Godfrey : Cheeesssee

Zachary : Cool video. Youtube broken trending tho. -memes out

michael mixon : One of the most interesting food videos I have seen! Very impressive!

Michael Acquaviva : Lovely. All that time, effort, and care- they must taste amazing! ... and you label it with that cartoonishly hippy trash looking label?! Get a new label. Your cheese is worth a slightly more mature label. Cheers!