Stop by the Leinenkugel's Craft Beer Village! This is the place for the beer geek in all of us. Craft Beer Villiage is located North West of the Pavilion Stage near the Cincinnatus statue.
The full list of beers available will be announced before Bunbury 2016.
From the first beer we brewed in 1867 to the batch we just bottled, we’ve always looked at beer as a way to bring people closer together.
We believe life is best when you’ve got a cooler full of beer you want to share, surrounded by the friends and family you most want to share them with. So grab a Leine’s, and Join Us Out Here.
Brewing Beer is more than business. It’s a family tradition. Jake, Dick and John are the 5th generation of Leinenkugel brewers, who lead operations for the Jacob Leinenkguel Brewing Company, taste test new brews and host beer dinners with fans. For six generations, we’ve been crafting and refining our beers from our home in Chippewa Falls. And the 6th generation is starting to get a taste of the family business, too. Together, they’re continuing the traditions established by Jacob Leinenkugel over 145 years ago.
Our passion is instilled within the beer we craft, the comradery it provides and our appreciation for the fans of Leinenkugel Beers. Through our partnership with MillerCoors we hope to one day become the largest craft brewery, while still feeling just as much like the family business we’ve always been.
The Leinenkugel family traces their roots back to Meckenheim, Germany, home to rolling hills, clear flowing water, and excellent beers. So when Jacob Leinenkugl went looking for a place to open a brewery in America, he chose Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, because it reminded him of home. Six generations later, we’re still brewing there. We built the Leinie Lodge right next door. It’s a place to relax with friends, try a few beers and get the full flavor of all things Leinenkugel’s.
Clean water has always been an important part of our brewing heritage. For proof, look no further than the fact that our brewery was founded on one of the purest water sources in the world, the Big Eddy Spring. After all, without clean water, there can be no beer. But more than that, we’ve always been a brand of the outdoors. That’s why we feel such a strong responsibility to be stewards of clean water.
Another way we’ve brought water stewardship to the forefront is through Canoes for a Cause. It’s a program that enables us to partner with other people and organizations who are as passionate about clean water as we are.
There are a lot of ways to participate, like cleaning up local rivers, partnering with water stewardship organizations to throw fundraising events, organizing local cleanups, planting trees, or even throwing after-party events and Friendly Floats.
The mission for clean water is central to what the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company believes, and the family themselves are passionate about seeing it through.