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2019 Soup Stew Chili & Brew Results

Monday, October 21, 2019 at 6:55 AM

By Madison Area Chamber of Commerce release

The event saw a 25% increase in ticket sales

 The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce wrapped up the 17th Annual Soup Stew Chili & Brew Festival on Saturday, October 12 with yet another record year! With chilly fall temperatures, Saturday’s festival brought thousands to Main Street. Attendees enjoyed food tasting at over 35 food booths, beer and wine gardens, live music, a cornhole tournament, and activities for both kids and adults. The event saw a 25% increase in ticket sales.

Soup Stew Chili & Brew boasts an annual food competition with five categories. If you haven’t already guessed, four of those categories are Soup, Stew, Chili, & Brew! The festival also gives an award for the Best Decorated Booth. This year’s winners are:

 

BREW WINNERS

1st - Butts N' Racks with "Spiced Apple Cider"

2nd - Brees Blessings with "Spiced Apple Cider"

3rd - Butts N' Racks with "Fruit Punch"

 

SOUP WINNERS

1st - Jefferson County Democrats with "Cheesy Potato Soup"

2nd - Butts N' Racks with "Stuffed Pepper Soup"

3rd - Shawe Memorial Cheerleaders with "Taco Soup"

 

STEW WINNERS

1st - Schafer Family Charities with "Chicken Cordon Bleu Stew"

2nd - Butts N' Racks with "Brisket Stew"

3rd - Butts N' Racks with "New Brunswick Stew"

 

CHILI WINNERS

1st - Mad Oak with "White Chicken Chili"

2nd - Hickory Creek with "White Chicken Chili"

3rd - Butts N' Racks with "Better than Wendy's Chili"

 

BEST DECORATED BOOTH

Hanover Nursing Center

 

“We are so grateful for everyone who came out to the festival on Saturday. This is truly a community festival. We couldn't do it without our volunteers, businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies all working together. We'd like to thank our Premier Sponsor, Ivy Tech Community College along with all of our other sponsors who made the 2019 Soup Stew Chili & Brew possible. Our committee works year-round to make the festival the best it can be. It is definitely a team effort,” said Executive Director Lindsay Bloos.

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