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This was part of our own little Super Bowl celebration! It was delicious. I made about a third of a recipe since I had a 5 oz jar of the Old English cheese. I mixed the cream cheese and Old English cheese together first and had no problem with them blending. The cream cheese was probably not up to room temperature. Then I added the worcestershire and beer. I forgot about the bacon and it was still yummy. It only chilled for a couple of hours. Served it with celery, carrots, and crackers. Will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing.

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GibbyLou February 10, 2011

This is a great tasting dip!!! I could only find the Old English Cheddar in a 5 oz glass jar in the non-refrigerated isle. My cream cheese I set out and let come to room temperature and since the cheddar cheese was already at room temp, I just added the bacon, beer etc and mixed. The cheddar wouldn't mix in well at all, so needless to say, not very appealing to the eye!!! I think it would have worked much better if I was able to get the Old English Cheddar in a crock in the refrigerated section that I have had before. That being said, the rating is for the flavor of the dip, which is very very good!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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diner524 December 25, 2010

Can't...stop...eating! This is so good! Will definately make again! Made for ZWT6.

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Mulligan June 21, 2010
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