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Celebrate Labor Day with Johnsonville Brats!

Labor Day is approaching, which means most of us get a 3-day weekend enjoy the last bit of summer! Whether heading out on the water, enjoying a bonfire, or grilling with friends, no Labor Day grill out is complete without the No. 1 brand of sausage in America, Johnsonville. These brats are made right here in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin and have been a favorite since 1945! Whether you enjoy them on the grill, boiled in beer, or any other delicious way, there are many different flavors, recipes, and ways to enjoy this Wisconsin favorite. Brats are a food that can be enjoyed at all times of the day, even with a side of eggs at breakfast. Okay, now we’re hungry! Get sizzling and enjoy this last little bit of summer in Wisconsin before it ends with Johnsonville Brats!

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