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Midwest Fourth of July

Recipe for the Best Midwest Fourth of July EVER

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Created by Roadtrippers - July 25th 2016

Pork chop feeds, whiskey, tractor pulls, bingo, goetta and of course, fireworks! From craft beer to duck races, here’s our recipe for the best Midwest Fourth of July.

1819 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH, US

Eckerlin Meats

In Cincinnati, Eckerlin Meats at Findlay Market will take care of all your grilling needs. From Bierwurst to Baby Back Ribs, this family-owned, old-fashioned butcher shop has a wide selection of mouth-watering meats, guaranteed to please the palate of the most discerning of carnivore. You should also try their world-famous, award-winning goetta.

7855 McCracken Pike, Versailles, KY, US

Woodford Reserve

Woodford Reserve is for the bourbon aficionado. When beer and wine coolers just won’t cut it, head down to this Bourbon Trail distillery for a taste of refined Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

Photo of New Holland Brewery

66 East 8th Street, Holland, MI, US

New Holland Brewery

New Holland Brewery was established in 1997 and since then grown significantly “from a scrappy two-man start-up to a thriving regional craft brewery and craft distillery.” Definitely a great brew to quench your 4th of July thirst!

Photo of Gateway Arch

11 North 4th Street, St. Louis, MO, US

Gateway Arch

Fireworks by Gateway Arch (St. Louis, MO). This year, Fair St. Louis festivities take place July 4, 5 & 6 under the Gateway Arch. There are activities for kids of all ages, food for every taste and thrilling air shows. Also, don’t miss free concerts by Trace Adkins, Bret Michaels and the Counting Crows.


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