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Plank Road Brewery - Milwaukee

Plank Road Brewery - Milwaukee

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Much of Wisconsin's popularity is due to its natural beauty - two Great Lakes, the famous Mississippi River and extensive forests and lakes. From top-notch outdoor recreation to world-class events, attractions and lodging, visitors enjoy four seasons of unsurpassed travel opportunities.

The north offers the vast pinestral forests of the Northwoods . Shimmering lakes and thousands of waterways each extend their own appeal. Highlights include the OcontoArea , ParkFalls and Superior.

The heart of Wisconsin, the center of the state, pulses with the quiet activity of small towns surrounded by rugged natural beauty. Located on rivers, at the edge of lakes or in the shadow of one of the state's highest peaks, these home towns have individual graces that recommend themselves to visitors. Their welcome mats are always out.

The eastern part of the state along Lake Michigan is a wonderful combination of scenic agricultural landscape, beautiful woodlands and lakes, and growing urban centers. This is also home to the almost religiously regarded Green Bay Packers football team. The cities of Appleton, GreenBay and Milwaukee are all in this area.

Southwestern Wisconsin, also called the Driftless Region because it has never been tilled by glaciers, brings you striking rock formations, steep hills and hidden valleys, ravines filled with ferns and woodland flowers as well as man-made delights and diversions. Viroqua, in the center of this region, is a great place to begin your Driftless adventure.  The Capital city of Madison is located in the eastern edge of this area. 

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