Kirstin teaches classes on cheese and wine around the country. Check here often to see a list of upcoming pbulic offerings, and contact at to inquire about private events.


Southern Cheeses & Spirits
Instructor: Kirstin Jackson | Sunday, March 25 (5:30-7:30pm) | $75
Let’s name the great cheesemaking regions of the US: California, Wisconsin, Vermont,… Georgia? The South is indeed rising again. Creameries like Georgia’s Sweet Grass Dairy, Texas’ Mozzarella Company, and Alabama’s Stone Hollow are turning out great cheese and getting national attention for it. Cheese blogger and wine maven Kirstin Jackson will lead and pair her selections with her favorite Southern spirits.

Drake’s Beer and CA Cheese Pairing Seminar with Kirstin Jackson (SF Beer Week!)

Saturday, Feb 15 3:00p, Drake’s Barrel HouseSan Leandro, CA
Ever wonder what cheese goes with 1500 Pale Ale? Or Hopocalypse Double IPA? Or Black Robusto Porter? Drake’s is teaming up with local cheese expert Kirstin Jackson, author of “It’s Not You, It’s Brie: Unwrapping American Cheese Culture” to lay down some beer and cheese pairing knowledge with six selections of Drake’s beers paired with California cheeses both classic and rare. Get a taste of beer and cheese education with the Drake’s team and Kirstin Jackson during SF Beer Week 2014.

Big Reds, Big Cheese: Cheese School of San Francisco

Instructor: Kirstin Jackson | Wednesday, March 26th (6:30-8:30pm) |

Fantastically fruity and bodacious big red wines are easy to like – and not always so easy to pair with cheese. But is it worth the effort of trying? You bet. Pairing a favorite zin or cab with a cheese that can stand up to the taste parade will bring a whole new level of enjoyment to both. Author and wine and cheese pairing savant Kirstin Jackson is ready to meet this challenge head on. Prepare your palate for a big night. 
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