We’ve teamed up with the Ice Age Trail Alliance to support the Mammoth Hike Challenge! Look for cans of Sprecher Root Beer hidden in coolers along the Ice Age Trail while you are hiking –– and use the list below or our NEW store locator to find where you can find Sprecher in the area after a hike.
Where to hike: Lumbercamp Segment
This segment brings hikers on a trek through Peters Marsh State Wildlife Area and a through a forested outwash plain before coming to a dramatic exposure of boulders in the Baker Lake basin.
Where to find Sprecher: Adamski's Sugar Bush, W10923 Winter Rd., Antigo
Enjoy Maple Root Beer at Adamski's Sugar Bush, a family-owned maple syrup-producing business where you can also find pumpkins, sweet corn and fall decor like hay bales, corn stalks and more.
Where to hike: Devil's Lake
The most popular state park in Wisconsin boasts spectacular views, challenge and beautiful terrain and nearly 12 miles of the Ice Age Trail.
Where to find Sprecher: Driftless Glen Distillery, 300 Water St, Baraboo
Where to hike: Chippewa River Segment
The Chippewa Moraine area offers the unspoiled beauty of kettle lakes and many glacial features. Several segments of the Ice Age Trail travel through this region. This segment is just across the river from Cornell. It features Perch Lake and dramatic views of the Chippewa River.
Where to find Sprecher: Family Fare Supermarket, 17158 County Hwy J, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Find Sprecher Root Beer, Cream Soda, Orange Dream and Lo-Cal Root Beer at this local supermarket.
Where to hike: Lapham Peak Segment
This hilly segment offers eager hikers more of a challenge. The trail winds through beautiful woods and prairie restoration sties and includes outstanding views at the top of Lapham Peak.
Where to find Sprecher: Join the Delafield Library and the Waukesha Milwaukee County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail to kick off the month-long challenge at their fall bash with something for everyone -- including Sprecher Root Beer Floats! Register here.
Where to hike: Sturgeon Bay Segment
This segment offers three widely varying experiences representative of the overall Ice Age Trail experience. The segment starts with a rail-trail hike, transitions into an urban hike through the scenic and storied City of Sturgeon Bay, then finishes with a quiet, forested trek through Potawatomi State Park*, home of the Eastern Terminus. After hiking, enjoy the beach and a picnic at the park.
Where to find Sprecher: Grasse's Grill, 10663 N Bay Shore Dr, Sister Bay
What better place to enjoy Sprecher’s Cherry Soda made with local Door County cherries and raw honey? It's a great pairing with a Door County Cherry Chicken wrap at Grasse's Grill, located on the shores of Green Bay.
Where to hike: Monches Segment
This segment traverses a mature maple forest and parallels the Oconomowoc River and features spring and early summer woodland wildflowers.
Where to find Sprecher: Sendik's, 600 Hartbrook Drive, Hartland
Local grocery store Sendik's carries a wide variety of Sprecher products, including craft beer favorites like Abbey Triple and Black Bavarian and sodas such as Root Beer, Orange Dream and Cherry Cola.
Where to hike: Devil's Staircase Segment
One of the most popular hiking trails in Janesville, the remarkable, remote-feeling route will make hikers forget they are in a city. Located in Riverside Park, this segment traces the limestone escarpment on an elevated ledge above the Rock River – a stepped geological feature warranting the nickname Devil’s Staircase.
Where to find Sprecher: Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream, 2510 Mineral Point Ave Janesville
Enjoy Sprecher craft sodas and Sprecher Root Beer floats at this favorite independently-owned shop serving the best super-premium ice cream made in Wisconsin.
Where to hike: Point Beach Segment
Start at the north end of Point Beach State Forest and walk over sand dunes created by wave activity. After passing the Rawley Point Lighthouse and crossing Molash Creek, follow the trail to the shores of Lake Michigan.
Where to find Sprecher: Festival Foods, 2151 South 42nd Street,
Shop in store or buy online and pick up a wide variety of Sprecher, including Cream Soda, Caffeinated Root Beer or Sprecher Orange Dream.
Where to hike: Underdown Segment
The very hilly and forested 6.3-mile segment passes through the popular Underdown Recreation Area and cuts through the primeval “Enchanted Forest”, a beautiful hemlock grove next to a wetland area.
Where to find Sprecher: Maple Hollow, W1887 Robinson Drive, Merrill
Find Sprecher Maple Root Beer at Maple Hollow, which offers pure Wisconsin maple syrup, maple products and maple syrup supplies.
Where to hike: East Lake Segment
The Village of Rib Lake rests on the terminus of the glacier from the most recent Ice Age, 15,000 years ago. Timm’s Hill National Trail intersects with the Ice Age Trail and goes North approximately 10 miles and takes you to the highest point in the state!
Where to find Sprecher: Trig's
Find Sprecher Root Beer at four Trig's locations near Rib Lake, including Eagle River, Tomahawk, Minocqua and Rhinelander.
Where to hike: Holy Hill Segment
Especially popular during the fall color season, this segment showcases the Holy Hill kame, hilly terrain, and deep kettles. At the top of the glacial kame sits the iconic Holy Hill Basilica.
Where to find Sprecher: Bibinger's Bar & Grill, 3747 Cedar Creek Road, Slinger
Find seasonally inspired gastropub fare and innovative cocktails in a woodsy space dating to the 1840s. The Vanilla Root Beer cocktail features Stoli gluten free vodka, vanilla simple syrup, Sprecher Root Beer and cream.
Where to hike: Verona Segment
This segment passes through three county parks and links up to a variety of hiking and biking trails in the Verona area. Several kettle ponds – remnants of the area’s glacial history – are found in the Ice Age Trail Alliance’s Moraine Kettles Preserve.
Where to find Sprecher: Miller & Sons Supermarket, 210 S Main St, Verona
This family-owned grocery store carries Black Bear, WBC brands and a variety of Sprecher craft sodas.
Where to hike: West Bend Segment
From Paradise Drive on the south end, the trail winds through peaceful woodlands, along a picturesque creek, a chain of lily-filled ponds, and a lake. The terrain grows more rugged to the north, with challenging dips, ridges, and moraines
Where to find Sprecher: Main Street Café, 817 S Main St., West Bend
Where to hike: Whitewater Lake Segment
This hilly segment features wooded moraines with towering oaks, and trail side kettles. Enjoy outstanding views of Rice and Whitewater lakes from atop a steep rise.
Where to find Sprecher: Gus’ Pizza Place, 139 W. Main St. Whitewater
Order a Sprecher Root Beer to go with your pizza, chicken or gyro at this Whitewater mainstay.