Johnsonville brats will be given to participating sports bars and restaurants across Dane County, and 100% of the Memorial Day weekend brat sales will benefit local nonprofits.
The weather was perfect, baseball was played and Phoenix provided plenty of other options in the days before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic changed our lives.
Brat Fest got its start in 1983, when Tom and Margaret Metcalfe set up a small brat fry stand outside their grocery store at Hilldale Shopping…
We mined newspaper archives to come up with the cutest photos of kids enjoying Brat Fest. Do you see any children you know?
The German Butchers Association has sent a team of judges to UW-Madison to judge meats from around the United States and Canada.
Johnsonville sausages are now the top dogs at Miller Park in Milwaukee, leaving Klement's sausages shriveling up at the back of the grill.
The first Madison class of The Joseph Project — and the 14th since the program began in Milwaukee — will meet at the Capital City Sanctuary Church of God on Jenifer Street.
The sausage company paid employees to do service work and go to school after a fire destroyed the Johnsonville plant in May 2015.
Gov. Scott Walker once again shrugged off the persisting rumor that he could be a last-minute "white knight" at the Republican National Convention, talking to reporters Tuesday next to a 65-foot-long Johnsonville brat grill.
Since late January, the Museum of Wisconsin Art located along the Milwaukee River and just east of West Bend’s downtown has been home to Polka Heartland: Photographs by Dick Blau.
The company's 400-foot flagpole is the largest in North America.
Political fallout from the recent Capitol protests against Gov. Scott Walker is keeping some supporters of the World's Largest Brat Fest from attending the event this year because executives of sponsor Johnsonville Sausage made financial contributions to elect Walker.
Johnsonville Sausage Co. chief executive Ralph Stayer gets a real bang out of making bratwurst better.