Ruef's Meat Market Sign Ruef's Meat Market
Page Links

Ruef's Links

Here are some other sites you might enjoy...

infinite landjaegers

Some of our good friends...

We highly encourage you to visit us here in New Glarus. Ruef's Landjaeger- yumyum! Photograph: Copyright by Mignon Naegeli And when you do, be sure to set aside time for lunch or dinner at The Glarner Stube - the place for the finest Swiss and American cuisine.

And while you're in town you'll definitely want to visit The New Glarus Brewing Company - makers of fine craft beers including the popular "Spotted Cow" (which can also be found in our Beer and Onion Brats.

Another fine place for lunch, dinner, or just to grab a drink while you're in town is Tofflers. Great food, great folks, and great times!

When in downtown Madison be sure and stop in and say "hi" to our friends at The Old Fashioned for great food and drinks.

If you're traveling around Wisconsin and get a hankering for some Ruef's landjaegers (and if you're not near New Glarus) you can satisfy your cravings at Public Craft Brewing in Kenosha, or at Bieri's Jackson Cheese and Deli in Jackson, WI.

We've been mentioned in some very cool books...

Downtown New Glarus Ruef's is mentioned in the Third Edition of
Wisconsin's Best Beer Guide by Kevin Revolinski. This wonderful guide to all the great breweries in Wisconsin is a must for the weekend beer tourist!

Ruef's is THE source for landjaegers according to
The Great American Camping Cookbook, and who are we to argue?

Food Finds, written by Allison and Margaret Engel, is a wonderful guide to "the best small businesses making all-American foods."

Let's Travel Pathways Through Wisconsin is a huge travelers guide to all the great businesses, attractions, and activities to be found in the Badger state.

Wisconsin produces a rich variety of delicious foods and you can read all about them in Wisconsin's Hometown Flavors, A Cook's Tour of Butcher Shops, Bakeries, Cheese Factories and Other Specialty Markets.


Copyright 2009-2016 Ruef's Meat Market, INC., All Rights Reserved

"Celerina and Zigerli" photo Copyright by Mignon Naegeli
home sausage cheese history contact Order links