La Crosse, Wisconsin: World's Largest Six PackGiant labeled storage tanks for a local brewery come in a convenient sixer. Across the street, a 15th century King hoists a golden goblet toward the mighty sudsers -- or did until he was vandalized and removed in 2015.
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Since G. Heileman (which was a subsidiary of Stroh's Brewing) was closed about a year or so ago, the tanks which made up the Sixpack have been repainted. They are now a non-descript white, although the job was incomplete and there are still signs of their former glory showing through. But for all practical purposes, another roadside attraction has bitten the dust.[Bill Scheitzach, 04/03/2001]
We have a report from "Andy" that the statue of Gambrinus, beer god, still stands.
Our worst fears confirmed: The World's Largest Six Pack is gone, painted over by its new owners. The Old Style Brewery in La Crosse, WI was sold by Strohs to The City Brewing Company recently.... [11/07/1999] Complete News Story
The Heileman brewery in LaCrosse, WI, may be closing forever. Heileman's was purchased in 1996 by Stroh's, who consolidated operations and sold the rest to Miller and Pabst.... [06/27/1999] Complete News Story
World's Largest Six Pack
- 1111 3rd St. S., La Crosse, WI
- I-90 exit 3 onto US Hwy 53/Hwy 35 (La Crosse). Drive south, following US Hwy 53, for 4.5 miles. US Hwy 53 becomes 3rd St. Stay on 3rd St. The six-pack is four blocks south of the intersection of US Hwy 61/Cass St and US Hwy 14/Cameron Ave., on the east side. King Gambrinus was across the street.
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