Forget Peanuts and Cracker Jacks, Because … Nachos on a Stick

The Milwaukee Brewers have hit it out of the park, culinarily speaking. This season, fans attending games at Miller Park can dine on deep-fried nachos on a stick.
Nachos on a Stick

The Milwaukee Brewers have hit it out of the park, culinarily speaking, on behalf of tortilla-chip-chomping baseball lovers who think everything tastes better on a stick.

This season, the company overseeing Miller Park concessions, Delaware North, says it will tempt Brewers fans with its Inside the Park Nachos: a stick of beef, covered with refried beans, encrusted with Doritos, deep-fried and topped with squiggles of sour cream and liquid-y cheese.

It’s not a secret plot to blow Brewers fans’ diets, should any of them happen to be on them. No sirree. It’s a thoughtful gesture on Delaware North’s part: They just want to help fans keep their hands, shirts and laps clean.

"We've sold nachos before, but some people don't want to get messy," Jamie Hodgson, Delaware North’s general manager of Miller Park hospitality, told ESPN. "I think this is going to be a big seller because you can eat this in one hand and have a beer in the other."

Which raises the question: Will the beer be deep-fried, put on a stick and topped with zigzags of cheese too?

Photo courtesy of @FanDuel

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