Photo of a concession area at Miller Park during a Milwaukee Brewers game.

Image Credit: Ed Bierman (CC BY 2.0)

With the 2017 Major League Baseball Season underway, Milwaukee Brewers fans are finally able to enjoy the food and beverage upgrades made to the stadium this past off-season. The upgrade cost more than $20 million to complete and features 11 brand new concessions stands with increased emphasis on the offering of local companies such as AJ Bombers, Holey Moley Doughnuts, Smoke Shack and Zaffiro's Pizza. 

The upgrades were organized by the Milwaukee Brewers organization and their food and beverage partner; Delaware North. In addition to brand new "First and Third Base Wards", there are also two brand new bars on the main level of Miller Park. On the loge level, there is also a brand new concession that features local brews such as Hinterland, Lakefront and Central Waters. Beer prices throughout the ballpark will range from just under $6 to $14. It's tough to understand the hoopla surrounding the upgraded beverage concessions unless you're from Milwaukee, the brewery capital of the United States. 

The upgrade to Miller Park is the largest renovation to date since the ballpark opened in 2001. These types of renovations are vital to keeping ballparks operational and up to date with the rest of the league. Major League ballparks are always thinking of brand new ways to out due the competition. 




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