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Milwaukee Brewers: Miller Park Gets Club Level Renovations

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MILWAUKEE - OCTOBER 04: A general exterior view of Miller Park prior to the Milwaukee Brewers playing against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game three of the NLDS during the 2008 MLB playoffs at Miller Park on October 4, 2008 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
MILWAUKEE - OCTOBER 04: A general exterior view of Miller Park prior to the Milwaukee Brewers playing against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game three of the NLDS during the 2008 MLB playoffs at Miller Park on October 4, 2008 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) /
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A Milwaukee Brewers official release explains plans to renovate the Miller Park Club Level for the 2018 season.

In 2017, the Brewers debuted their $20 million renovations on the park’s stadium-wide concessions. For the organization’s effort, Miller Park won the 2017 Ballpark Digest Award for Best New Concessions Experience. The Club Level of Miller Park, however, took a step back.

Milwaukee Brewers Club Level Problem

The 2017 Milwaukee Brewers offered just two major concession stands on the entire Club Level. Furthermore, they provided a rigid in-seat menu that did not include fan-favorites such as french fries or Nachos Grande with meat.

Air conditioning and a nice bar always have been pluses of the Brewers Club Level. This level drew fans into paying extra for that experience. In years past, however, the Brewers Club Level had food and drink that was unique. This level also offered nicer food than what could be ordered elsewhere in Miller Park.

The Milwaukee Brewers especially disappoint fans with season tickets in the Club Level with a dip in the quantity and quality of concessions.

The Brewers listened to the concerns voiced in email surveys sent to club level season ticket holders.

Milwaukee Brewers Club Level Solution

“The PNC Club Level has been a popular destination for both suite patrons and ticket buyers, and we look forward to offering an upgrade in the experience for 2018 and beyond,” said Rick Schlesinger, the Brewers’ chief operating officer in the Brewers’ official release on the subject.

Cost of concessions remains a problem. Who buys a small cup of mac-n-cheese for ten bucks? But, fans should appreciate the organization’s renovations. This includes the concessions experience on the Club Level heading into the 2018 season.

The Milwaukee Brewers release reported “two new food destinations” and “a revamped marketplace concept.”

Next: When can Brewers fans expect extra netting at Miller Park?

This fan will miss the big pickle and pulled pork parfait, but it’s about time the Milwaukee Brewers organization has addressed its concessions problem on the Club Level.

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