Chippewa Falls

Chippewa Falls,

city (1990 pop. 12,727), seat of Chippewa co., W central Wis., on the Chippewa River; settled 1837, inc. as a city 1869. Originally a lumbering town, Chippewa Falls once had the world's largest sawmill. It remains a trade and processing center in a cattle-raising region. Foam and paper products, wood and coal furnaces, supercomputers, and shoes are manufactured. Nearby Wissota State Park includes Lake Wissota (created 1917), Wisconsin's largest reservoir.
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* Extrusion Dies Industries (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wis., purchased Premier Dies Corp., also in Chippewa Falls.
Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing at Chippewa Falls, Wis., gained 1,611 barrels last year, to 82,792 barrels for a 2.24 share of the Minnesota market.
office in Dayton, Ohio), and a screen changer and melt-pump package from Kreyenborg Industries (Lawrenceville, Ga.), a three-layer EDI feedblock (Chippewa Falls, Wis.), and 60-in.
"Our labels reflect the handcrafting and detail put into brewing every Leinenkugel's beer," says Jake Leinenkugel, president of Leinenkugel's, based in Chippewa Falls, WI.
At its heart is a 120-in., triple-manifold Ultraflex die, custom-built by Extrusion Dies Industries LLC (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wis.
Big Butt assistant brand manager and great-great grandson of the Chippewa Falls, WI, brewery's founder "Our fans were definitely disappointed.
of Chippewa Falls, WI, has announced the annual return of Leinekugel's Berry Weiss.
Developed by Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wis., the new Ultra-flow V feedblock has adjustable "combining planes" where the melt streams join the central flow channel.
of Chippewa Falls, WI, has announced the yearly revival of Leinenkugel's Bock Beer.
A new die system for extruded PS foam board from Extrusion Dies Industries (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wis., is said to dramatically reduce downtime for product changeovers, enhance control over product dimensions, reduce scrap, and eliminate shutdowns for die maintenance.