Free Pack of Johnsonville Brats
It’s a classic American story. Ralph and Alice Stayer opened a butcher shop in Johnsonville in 1945 making their own sausage. The recipe was a family creation handed down from 19th century Austria. Within a few years, demand was high and Stayer’s sausage creation was becoming more popular in the region. By the 70s, trucks were delivering their sausage across Wisconsin. With a nod to the name of their town, Johnsonville Sausage was born. Today, this privately owned company still uses the old world sausage recipe, and it’s the number 1 brand in America. It can also be found in 40 other countries. Not bad for a little family butcher shop in Johnsonville. Just in time to watch the football games this weekend, come to Fresh Madison Market and pick up a free pack of Johnsonville Brats with your $15 purchase. It’s a Wisconsin favorite!