Brewers unveil new Cream City Cocktail bar, other additions ahead of home opener
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Baseball fans looking to take in a game at American Family Field and enjoy an adult beverage other than a Molson Coors beer will have a new option in right field.
The new Cream City Cocktail bar is located on the Loge Level just behind the right field foul post at American Family Field.
"One things our fans have always talked about is they like to enjoy, responsibly, their beverages," said Rick Schlesinger, the president of business operations for the Brewers. "We're trying to deliver on that and provide an opportunity for specialty drinks, specialty cocktails."
The 65-foot bar will feature 10 rotating cocktail options with five on-tap selections. Some of the drinks on the menu include a Wisconsin Brandy Old Fashioned, Pineapple Margarita, Blood Orange Mule and a Long Island.
Also new in right field will be the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino gate. The Associated Bank gate in center field will now be open to all fans as well.
Inside the stadium, Schlesinger says fans can expect to see more retail pop-up stores throughout the concourses.
"We're excited to bring a full stadium, full fans, full capacity back after two years of challenges," Schlesinger explained. "We're excited for a sold out Opening Day and what we hope is a very exciting Brewers 2022 season."
Schlesinger says the Brewers organization has been able to bring back former staff members and hire on new employees to help make the gameday experience as enjoyable for fans as possible.
"We're blessed, frankly, that people want to work here. It's a great environment. You can never have a bad day, I say, when you're working at a ballpark," Schlesinger added. "We are very prideful with our ballpark. We are custodians of an amazing facility that our fans build and paid for. It's our job to make sure that we keep this state of the art, keep it fresh, keep it exciting. I can't guarantee a win every time the team goes out there but I can guarantee a great experience."