Milwaukee Brewers: What’s Brewing at Miller Park in 2017?

Matthew Dewoskin
Apr 21, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; The Miller Park logo outside of Miller Park prior to the game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers. Cincinnati won 16-10. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 21, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; The Miller Park logo outside of Miller Park prior to the game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers. Cincinnati won 16-10. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports /
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Opening Day brings optimism to fans, baseball back to TV, and new food! The Milwaukee Brewers have updated their offerings and revamped their concessions areas just in time for the first pitch of the 2017 season.

What should Milwaukee Brewers fans expect to see during games at Miller Park? While the product on the field might be hard to watch, the new concessions are going to rank among the best that Major League Baseball has to offer.

The team at Reviewing the Brew found a few items that fans shouldn’t miss.

The Local Breweries Bar

Microbrews from all over Wisconsin will be available at Milwaukee Brewers games at the all new Local Breweries bar. Fans can purchase one (or more, we don’t judge) of 24 beers from smaller breweries located throughout the great state of Wisconsin. Keep an eye out for anything from the Milwaukee Brewing Company. The Lo-Gii tea-infused witbier is a personal favorite, and the Lake Louie Warped Speed Scotch Ale sounds absolutely delicious.

Specialty Tacos

Who says you can’t eat tacos at the ballpark? Taco lovers will be able to get their fill at the all-new J. Agave’s Taco stand in Miller Park this coming season. Available options include Al Pastor, Carne Asada, Chipotle Chicken, and Roasted Mushroom and Sweet Corn.

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Three New Mac & Cheese Options

If you’re into mac and cheese, the Milwaukee Brewers will have a trio of new flavors for you to enjoy this summer. Chorize & Pico de Gallo mac and cheese will provide a southwest take on the popular comfort food, while roasted mushroom and onion mac and cheese is sure to be a favorite for anyone coming to the ballpark who doesn’t want meat with every meal.

The real highlight is sure to be the new Smoked Bacon mac and cheese. The awesomeness of bacon combined with the golden goodness of macaroni and cheese is going to be one of the ‘must-eat’ options at Miller Park this season.

For The Traditionalist

Six sausage options will be available from Klement’s All-Natural Sausages, including a Wisconsin 4 Cheese Stuffed sausage and a chicken sausage.

Root Beer Floats will be available for fans with a sweet tooth, and look like essential eating for anyone who has room for dessert.

Next: What Have We Learned From Spring Training?

What are you looking forward to sampling this summer at Miller Park? Check out the full list of options and let us know in the comments section or connect with us on Twitter @ReviewingTheBrew.

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