Aldi launches bizarre cheese brand inspired by Sheffield rockers Def Leppard  

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Aldi has launched a cheese inspired by Sheffield rockers Def Leppard. 

The supermarket chain has started stocking the ‘Pour Some Gouda On Me’ cheese.  

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It is one of a number of cheeses inspired by musicians that are on sale now to coincide with the Grammys, which take place on Sunday, February 10.  

The special selection, however, is only available in Aldi stores in America.  

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Def Leppard on stage at the Sheffield Arena in- November 1996.

Def Leppard on stage at the Sheffield Arena in- November 1996.

Other cheeses in the range, created by Happy Farms, include the Guns N’ Roses inspired Sweet Cheddar Of Mine, while there are also nods to Bonnie Tyler ‘Total Eclipse Of The Harvati’, Cyndi Lauper ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fontina’, and Wham! ‘Wake Me Up Before You Goat Goat’. 

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Def Leppard, formed in the Steel City in 1977, is estimated to have sold more than 100 million records worldwide.