Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, is located at the intersection of State Highway 29 and State Highway 53. The city lies along side the Chippewa River in Chippewa County According to the 2010 Census, the population was 13,661. It also was Incorporated as a city in 1869, it’s the Chippewa County seat.The city's name originated as an alternative rendition of Ojibwa, the Native American population living in and around the area
Chippewa Falls is the birthplace of Seymour Cray, known as the "father of supercomputing", and the headquarters for the original Cray Research,, the Heyde Center for the Arts, a showcase venue for artists and performers, Irvine Park, and the annual Northern Wisconsin State Fair. Chippewa Falls is also 15 miles from the annual four-day music festivals Country Fest and Rock Fest. Such local places and highlighted events are further discussed on the Chippewa Falls Chamber of Commerce webpage.
Chippewa Falls is the home of Leinenkugel’s Beer. In addition, other alcohol manufacturers such as Infinity Beverages Winery and Distillery, Chippewa River Distillery and Brewster Bros. Brewing Company, Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard, O’Neill Creek Winery, LLC and River Bend Vineyard and Winery, LLC
Chippewa Falls not only is known for its great alcohol production businesses, but exceptional bars, pubs and taverns as well. A few of such establishments include Bridgewater Restaurant & Pub, Duncan Creek Winebar & Grille, Horizons, Lounge & Banquet Center, Loopy’s Grill & Saloon, The Edge Pub & Eatery, The Fill-In Station Restaurant & Saloon, The Rumor Mill Pub & Eatery, Sweeney’s Bar & Grill, The Snout Saloon, The View, T & C Bar, Tomahawk Room, Everybody’s Bar, West Hill Bar & Grill,