As part of the Autumn Harvest Fest going on in downtown Wisconsin Dells this weekend, the annual Wisconsin Dells on Tap is happening too.  On Saturday, October 18th from Noon until 5:00, visitors will have the opportunity to sample over 100 different beers from 30 different Wisconsin microbreweries.  Each brewery will have several of their specialty beers available for sampling.  In addition to the beers, Carr Valley Cheese will be offering cheese sampling and the Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum will have mustard samples. 

Breweries scheduled to attend are:

  • Angry Minnow Brewing, Hayward
  • BluCreek Brewing, Madison
  • Capital Brewery, Madison
  • Central Waters Brewing Company, Amherst
  • City Brewery, La Crosse
  • Corner Pub Brewery, Reedsburg
  • Cross Plains Brewery, Cross Plains
  • Fauerback Brewing Company, Madison
  • Furthermore Beer, Spring Green
  • Goose Island Beer Company
  • Gray’s Brewing Company, Janesville
  • The Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company, Madison
  • J.T. Whitney’s Pub & Brewery, Madison
  • Lakefront Brewery, Milwaukee
  • Leinenkugel’s, Chippewa Falls
  • Longnecks Brew Pub & Restaurant, Big Bend
  • Milwaukee Brewing Company, Milwaukee
  • Minhas Craft Brewery, Monroe
  • Moosejaw Pizza & Dells Brewing Company, Wisconsin Dells
  • New Glarus Brewery, New Glarus
  • Pangaea Beer Company, Wisconsin Rapids
  • Pearl Street Brewery, La Crosse
  • O’so Brewing Company, Plover
  • Rush River Brewing, River Falls
  • Sand Creek Brewing Company, Black River Falls
  • Shipwrecked Brewery, Egg Harbor
  • Stevens Point Brewery, Stevens Point
  • Stone Cellar Brewpub, Appleton
  • Thirsty Pagan Brewing, Superior
  • Tyranea Brewing Company, Lake Mills

Admission to Wisconsin Dells on Tap is $25 at the door, or $20 in advance.  You can buy advance tickets here and pick up your tickets at the Will Call window the day of the event.

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3 Responses to “Wisconsin Dells On Tap Beer Tasting this Saturday”

  1. This sounds like a great value! I wish i could be in the Dells this weekend to enjoy this. There are a lot of great beer establishments on the list. The trouble is if the rest of the family is at the waterpark, I’m not sure how I would get back to the waterpark safely! I wonder if there are affordable taxi services in the Wisconsin dells…I’d seriously consider planning to go to this next year. I would imagine that if one would plan a trip far enough in advance that they could get some great rates at one of the big waterparks like The Wilderness, Kalahari, or The Great Wolf Lodge. The hotels should offer a free hotel shuttle service to this event – then the dells would really see a boost in attendance!

  2. Good point about transportation. There are a couple of different taxi services in the Dells (Google “Wisconsin Dells Taxi”). If you stay at the Sundara spa, their car will drive you downtown and pick you back up for free. The Kalahari has a shuttle bus that will transport you for a fee. The Wilderness has a shuttle bus too, but that only stays on the Wilderness property. I am unaware of any other Dells resorts that offer shuttle services.

    You could also pick a hotel downtown, so you only have a short walk stumble back.

  3. uhhhhh…I still have a headache from the beer tasting on Sat. I was able to do the B1G1 free on the Army Ducks on Sun. Thx for the headsup.

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