Ahead of Opening Day, Miller Park announces new food and drink options

Ahead of Opening Day, Miller Park announces new food and drink options
MILWUAKEE, WI - OCTOBER 20: A general view of the exterior of Miller Park before Game 7 of the NLCS between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday, October, 20, 2018 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

Foodies will have a wide array of new options to try this summer while taking in a game at Miller Park.

In addition to the stadium’s classics, like bratwursts and, of course, Miller beer, the new selections include some new vegetarian and gluten-free options.

Among the new dishes is Elote en Vaso, a vegetarian and gluten-free grilled corn dish mixed with mayonnaise, chili powder, cliantro, lime juice, jalapeno, and cotija cheese.

Already hungry for #Brewers Baseball?

These new food & beverage options for 2019 will leave you salivating: https://t.co/wia14ZO0Qj#SeeUMarch28 pic.twitter.com/KGG9ADtrRM

— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 20, 2019

For barbecue fans, the stadium is offering a fried BBQ corn with a dry rub and topped with horseradish sauce.

Also being served is a loaded pork tamale with queso blanco, homemade pico de gallo and chipotle sauce.

Bernie’s Chalet also has new items on the menu. The pearl sugar waffle adds a third vegetarian option to the menu. The restaurant is also offering a new spin on a ballpark classic, a Bavarian pretzel with a rye flavor.

Food stands will also offer new approaches to fan favorites like cheese French fries, chesee steak sandwiches and chicken sandwiches.

To cool off during a hot day game, fans can enjoy making custom popsicles at Pete’s Pops. The shop offers a rotational menu based on the season and several flavors from which for fans can choose from.

Milwaukee-area based Sprecher is rolling out a new frozen product that has a small amount of alcohol and several flavors.

Fans are encouraged to download the MLB Ballpark app that gives a full list of food options as well as a map of the ballpark.

We’re getting closer to Opening Day! Only two more weeks to go. #SeeUMarch28 pic.twitter.com/pYqDarrzHv

— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 14, 2019

Miller Park opens on March 28 when the Brewers kick off the regular season against the St. Lous Cardinals.

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