BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — There are two vats with about a bushel of grapes in each one. The rules are simple: The contestants get in and stomp as many grapes as possible for one minute. In the end, they drain the juice and see who the winner is.
Grape stomping happens every day at 3 p.m. inside the Keystone Agricultural Center.
There are also wine vendors and wine tastings. Don't worry, though. It's not with the juice we made in the grape stomping competition.
Fair officials say grape stomping is a fun addition to the Bloomsburg Fair and people enjoy it.
"We've had great turnouts. We started two years ago. This is our second year doing it. Just you being here, you can see how many people are coming in. Randy, our president, is here. They're coming in here pretty good," said Brian Campbell, the superintendent of agriculture.
Bloomsburg Fair President Randy Karschner was the victor in this competition against Newswatch 16's Nikki Krize.