EatStreet, Milwaukee Brewers Announce Whoopensocker Burger & Brat Co.
New Delivery-Only Restaurant to Serve Cities Throughout Wisconsin, Including Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers and EatStreet, the Official Food Delivery Partner of the Milwaukee Brewers, are making sure you can enjoy some of the best ballpark-inspired food – even when you can’t get to the game.
The two Wisconsin brands have teamed up to launch Whoopensocker Burger & Brat Co., a delivery-only restaurant serving up classic fare that goes perfectly with a Brewers game on the big screen. Whoopensocker is now available for delivery in Milwaukee, Madison, and seven other Wisconsin cities.
EatStreet, the official food delivery partner of the Brewers, will continue to launch more Whoopensocker locations throughout the summer, partnering with local restaurants to produce the food. To see which cities Whoopensocker currently serves and where it’s headed next, visit EatStreet.com/brewers.
The menu features a variety of burgers, brats and sides, ranging from the Wiscurdsin Burger to the Double Barrel Brat. All items are unique to Whoopensocker and use premium meats and ingredients, including Johnsonville brats and Sheboygan hard rolls. View the entire menu at whoopensockerburgerandbrat.com
“We take a lot of pride in serving great food at American Family Field, so it seemed only natural to do the same thing throughout Wisconsin,” said Brewers President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger. “Partnering with EatStreet on Whoopensocker allows us to bring a key part of the ballpark experience into the homes of our fans.”
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