Inside the Cheese-Aging Caves 30 Feet Under Brooklyn | I Got a Guy | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Friday, November 10, 2017
  • Benton Brown and Susan Boyle run Crown Finish Caves, a cheese aging facility 30 feet underground in Brooklyn, NY.

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  • Justin Johnson
    Justin Johnson  14 hours ago

    The men are more like women. And the women in this video act more like men it’s pretty weird

  • 1 1
    1 1  7 days ago

    whats the price of a wheel

  • bel pet
    bel pet  14 days ago

    As someone from Wisconsin, I can confirm that first statement.

  • belfasthyde
    belfasthyde  14 days ago +1

    Its like real life Portlandia

  • Lake Tahlia
    Lake Tahlia  21 days ago

    2:29 mites would be less of a problem without all the facial hair. Work with cheese,....shave your face!

  • everyone
    everyone  1 months ago +1

    In Soviet Union, cheese eats you. Cow and mold are more valuable than you.

  • Matt G
    Matt G  1 months ago

    0:16 Dudes pupils are the same size as a wheel of cheese

  • SnoFox
    SnoFox  1 months ago

    Adam ruins everything anyone

  • Live redneck
    Live redneck  1 months ago

    you guys should really have a meat/s cureing cave close by.... like types of pork....? I bet you may help the bottom line, I'm guessing, in about 6 months to 2ish years. who knows, it might even work with a tasting room with some types of spirits too. I wish I could intern at your fine establishment. Deffentally a bucket list item for me!

  • William Monroe
    William Monroe  1 months ago


  • MrMagnusFogg
    MrMagnusFogg  1 months ago

    One day I will find out where these people hide the loudspeakers...

  • Gagan Narang
    Gagan Narang  2 months ago

    can someone explain me why their are variety of cheeses that are aged for even years.. and our normal food goes bad so easy? i know it has something to do with water content..but humidity in caves was around 90% that can be enough to make anything go bad unless its very very very dry..and to my knowledge cheese isn't that dry a substance? someone educate me please

  • Hugh Tuck
    Hugh Tuck  2 months ago

    Entreprenures... :-) Respect.

  • Akatsuki
    Akatsuki  3 months ago

    It’s like a secret drug dealing joint. Kind of reminds me of that. Not sure why

  • kenuty
    kenuty  4 months ago

    I somehow was lead to here searching for the lost temple of cheese and the inhabitants of cheesetopia.
    I was not disappointed.

  • Faza ibrahim
    Faza ibrahim  4 months ago

    I want that beard mask, haha

  • Alex Thompson
    Alex Thompson  4 months ago

    Nice to see Susan Boyle got enough money from Britain’s Got Talent to bug a giant building in Brooklyn to age cheese in a tunnel

  • 오세륜
    오세륜  5 months ago

    @0:11 That guy should shave his beard hahaha 😂😅

  • Alex Alex
    Alex Alex  5 months ago

    what are cheese rhinds made of?

  • Mr Smith
    Mr Smith  5 months ago

    I feel that place has molded many a mind