The Great Wisconsin Cheese Trail Is Everything You’ve Ever Dreamed Of And More
Are you ready to try some of the best cheese in Wisconsin? According to the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, Wisconsin produces 2.8 billion pounds of cheese per year, which is 25% of all cheese produced in the United States. We have 11,000 farms with 1.27 million cows producing the best dairy the country has to offer.
There are award-winning cheesemakers all over the state, but down in the southwest corner there’s a cluster of cheese production facilities and stores. In less than 200 miles in a loop from Madison, hungry cheese-lovers can visit, at minimum, 14 different locations to sample, purchase and learn about cheese right here in the dairy state.
Our map is limited to listing 10 stops, so in the interest of space, we entered towns to indicate where you should plan to stop. The list below has all the detailed information on each location, including full addresses.
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Address: 300 US-14, Arena, WI 53503, USA
Address: 320 Commerce St, Mineral Point, WI 53565, USA
Address: Darlington, WI 53530, USA
Address: 208 W Water St, Shullsburg, WI 53586, USA
Address: Monroe, WI 53566, USA
Address: W1668 County Hwy F, Brodhead, WI 53520, USA
Address: Monticello, WI 53570, USA
Address: New Glarus, WI 53574, USA
Address: Fromagination, 12 S Carroll St, Madison, WI 53703, USA
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December 14, 2020
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