TICKETS TO THE 2017 GREAT TASTE OF THE MIDWEST
GO ON SALE SUNDAY MAY 7th
Mail Order ticket requests postmarked before May 8th will be ineligible.
There are NO online sales or sales at the gate.
|General Admission: $60
(LIMIT of 2 per customer)
Designated Driver: $10
How to Get Tickets
Tickets for the Great Taste of the Midwest go on sale each year in early May.
Tickets are sold on-site at several locations throughout Madison and Middleton, as well as via mail order lottery system.
Cash only on-site sales begin at noon on the first Sunday in May at the following locations:
|Capital Brewery (400 tickets)
7734 Terrace Ave. – Middleton
|Cork ‘N Bottle (300 tickets)
855 E. Johnson St. – Madison
|Star Liquor (400 tickets)
1209 Williamson St. – Madison
|Steve’s University Avenue (400 tickets)
3618 University Ave. – Madison
|Steve’s Junction Road (400 tickets)
122 Junction Rd. – Madison
|*Wine and Hop Shop (400 tickets)
1919 Monroe St.
|The Malt House (300 tickets)
2609 E. Washington Ave. – Madison
|Vintage Brewing Company (400 tickets)
674 S. Whitney Way – Madison
*Please respect all neighboring properties due to neighborhood concerns on Monroe St. (but be respectful of neighboring businesses at all locations).
Mail orders that are postmarked on the Monday in May immediately following onsite ticket sales* will be processed via a lottery system.
Any mail orders postmarked after the first Monday immediately following Sunday ticket sales are unlikely to be filled. You must include a self-addressed stamped envelope along with a check (payable to MHTG) or money order.
*Mail orders postmarked before the Monday immediately following onsite ticket sales will be rejected
Mail orders can be sent to:
Madison Homebrewers and Tasters Guild (MHTG)
Post Office Box 1365
Madison, Wisconsin 53701-1365
- You must include a self-addressed stamped envelope. CORRECT POSTAGE REQUIRED.
- Please allow 5-7 weeks for ticket processing. We are a homebrewing hobby club and not a professional order fulfillment company. We know you want your tickets, but please respect that we have our own family and work responsibilities too.