When you’re gettin’ your curds on, you’ve got to have an ice cold something in the other hand! Festival guests will find a variety of perfectly chilled beverage options at the Festival bars. From wine and beer to soda and hard ciders, you’ll find the perfect beverage to compliment all the amazing cheese curd dishes and Sconnie BBQ along Food Truck Alley.
The main festival bar is located across from the Cheese Curd Central booth under the main tent. We’ve also added a second bar to the festival grounds… the Park Bar is located under the Pavilion on the East end of the park.
In addition to a selection of domestic beer, sodas, and bottled water, we’ll be adding wine, hard cider, and craft beer to the beverage options available at the festival this year!
Featured Craft Brews: A variety of regional craft beers will be available in limited quantities, so get your favorite before they’re gone! Names you’ll recognize include MKE Outboard and Hop Happy out of Milwaukee, Moon Man and Spotted Cow from New Glarus, and Capital Brewery’s Wisconsin Amber!
Featured Wine: Wisconsin’s own Wollersheim from Prairie du Sac, is the oldest winery in the state. Choose from three of their award winners in mini bottles:
- White: Prairie Fumé – American Seyval Semi-Dry Wine, so refreshing for an afternoon of music in the park.
- Rose: Blushing Rose – American Semi-Sweet Rosé Wine, a perfect compliment to Sconnie BBQ dishes.
- Red: Prairie Sunburst Red – Wisconsin Marechal Foch Dry Red Wine, pairs deliciously with woodfired pizza and other popular festival foods.
Featured Hard Cider: Maiden Rock Honeycrisp Hard Cider made right in our own backyard in Maiden Rock, WI. It’s a natural semi-dry hard apple cider. Like the apple that is its namesake, Honeycrisp Hard is distinctive, snappy and sassy.
Don’t forget about the Corks & Kegs Tasting Experience! This popular event is a happy hour like no other. Your ticket grants you entrance to unlimited sampling and light appetizers during the events. Limited tickets, advance purchase suggested. Get more details here.