TICKETS TO THE 2019 GREAT TASTE OF THE MIDWEST
***2019 tickets are SOLD OUT***
GO ON SALE SUNDAY MAY 5th
Mail Order ticket requests postmarked before May 6th 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, Middleton, and Verona, as well as via mail order lottery system.
Cash only in-person sales begin at noon on the first Sunday in May at the following locations:
|Ale Asylum (600 tickets)
2002 Pankratz St. – Madison
|Capital Brewery (500 tickets)
7734 Terrace Ave. – Middleton
|Karben4 (500 tickets)
3698 Kinsman Blvd. – Madison
|The Malt House (300 tickets)
2609 E Washington Ave. – Madison
|Vintage Brewing Company (500 tickets)
674 S. Whitney Way – Madison
|Wisconsin Brewing Company (600 tickets)
1079 American Way – Verona
Mail orders that are postmarked on the first 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:
Great Taste of the Midwest
Madison Homebrewers and Tasters Guild (MHTG)
Post Office Box 1365
Madison, Wisconsin 53701-1365
- There is a limit of one mail order request and two tickets per household. We will return any mail orders that we feel are attempting to unfairly influence the outcome of the lottery.
- 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.