Leatherhead Brewing Company

Opened in September 2015, Leatherhead is located blocks from Lambeau Field in the Titletown District on Lombardi Avenue in Gree – well, you should know what city it’s in by the description already. Leatherhead is so new they’ve still getting licenses set for serving in their brewery/restaurant, but they can offer samples while selling craft…

Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum

An impressive art museum in the heart of Wausau – which itself is in the heart of Wisconsin – the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum covers four acres and is housed in a beautiful 1931 Tudor mansion. Their “Birds In Art” exhibition is world-class, filled with contemporary artistic representations of all kinds of birds, from…

Green Bay Distillery

The Green Bay Distillery opened in 2011 right across from the Packers’ practice facility, Ray Nitschke Field. It’s now part of the “Titletown District,” within easy walking distance of Lambeau Field, the Resch Center, Brown County Arena, and more. The Distillery started as a restaurant with specialty vodkas, Green Bay Classic and Green Bay Cherry,…

Irvine Park Zoo

Set in Chippewa Falls’ 318-acre Irvine (pronounced “ER-vin”) Park, the Irvine Park Zoo opened way back in 1909 with a bear exhibit. Today, the Zoo features tigers, bobcats, cougars, deer, bison, and other wildlife. Summer months also offer the Red Barn Petting Zoo, and an extensive lighted holiday display – we’re talking over 100 displays…

Hinterland Brewing

Hinterland started in a former meat-packing warehouse in Green Bay in 1995. Their artisan brews are served around the state, including their directly-owned Hinterland Erie Street Gastropub in Milwaukee and their affiliated Whistling Swan Inn in Fish Creek, but the source is on Dousman Street in downtown Green Bay. Hinterland’s year ’round beers include their…

Titletown Brewing Company

Located in Green Bay’s former Chicago & Northwestern Train Depot, Titletown Brewing Company opened in 1996, just weeks before the Packers became “Titletown” once again by winning Super Bowl XXXI. Beers brewed by Titletown include their “400” Honey Ale, named after the former “400” passenger train; Canadeo Gold, named after one of only five –…

World’s Largest Grandfather Clock

Towering 36 feet above downtown Kewaunee, this (working) Colonial-style redwood grandfather clock was originally constructed in 1976 for the nation’s bicentennial and moved to its current location at the head of the Ahnapee State Trail in 2014. You’ll find it just north of Highway 29, at the intersection of Highway 42 and Miller Street.

Bull Falls Brewery

Bull Falls Brewery takes its name from the falls along the Wisconsin River as its run through Wausau. They’re known for their craft beers – usually canned – and hosting a series of events and festivals at their brewery, from a Maifest to barbecue events to bands of many genres performing on various nights. Bull…

Red Eye Brewing Company

Red Eye brews their beer on-site in downtown Wausau and serves up artisan pizzas along with a full menu to go with them, emphasizing fresh ingredients and sustainability in both their food and their beer. Speaking of sustainability, they actually use a solar thermal hot water system to heat their water – the first brewery…

Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company

Known far and wide nowadays, the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company traces its roots back to 1867, when Jacob Leinenkugel founded his brewery in Chippewa Falls. They stayed primarily regional – as in NW Wisconsin and the Twin Cities – until 1988 when Miller Brewing bought into the company and expanded their reach considerably. Today, Leinenkugel’s…