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Hey, all roads lead to Tomah, take one of them Saturday, September 9th and check out their 3rd Annual Tomah Beer & Sausage Festival! Join Tomah Rotary Club for our 3rd Annual Beer & Sausage Fest!
It takes place from 4-8pm at Tomah Recreational Park, although partying will continue well past that. Held by the Tomah Rotary, you can enjoy plenty of beer samples, sausage booths, and live music from Marty and the Sharks. There will also be the Pulled Pork Competition, a Home Beer Brewing Demonstration, raffles and drawings for prizes, and much more. The post-party lasts until at least midnight and features a Bean Bag Tournament along with more music and a beer bar. You must be 21 years old or older to participate.
The cost is $20 to sample local, regional, and worldly brews, plus plenty of locally-made sausage and meat products. The first 100 people in receive a collectable “Klaus” tasting glass.
Tomah is the seat of Monroe County and the place where all the major roads meet and split. I-90 & I-94 converge here, as do their pre-Interstate compatriots, U.S. 12 and Highway 16. Highway 21 skims Tomah to the north and Highway 131 comes in from the Driftless Area south.
This is the start of “Cranberry Country” too, so check out the nearby bogs, sample fresh cranberries and all kinds of tasty foods made with this remarkable little fruit, and explore the town while you’re there!
Tomah Beer & Sausage Festival Address:
Recreation Park (just off Highway 16)
1625 Butts Avenue
Tomah, WI 54660
You’ll find Recreation Park in Tomah just off Highway 16, once the main highway to La Crosse before I-90 was built. Best exit from I-90 to access Recreation Park is via Exit 41 (Highway 131), then west on Highway 16 to Butts Avenue and the Park.