Not a baseball or even a sports fan? It matters not; a Milwaukee Brewers  game is a cultural necessity. Consider the following:
Nobody but nobody parties before a ball game like Wisconsinites, and Milwaukeeans (and Green Bay Packers fans) have perfected the pregame tailgate party. The requisite pregame attraction is the meal of beer, grilled brats, and potato salad, eaten while playing catch in the parking lot.
The Guinness Book of Records recognized the Brewers’ erstwhile home, Milwaukee County Stadium, as the site of the world’s largest tailgate party — the new Miller Park has nearly double the party area!
And the food inside the stadium is superb: NBC Sports commentator emeritus Bob Costas has deemed the stadium’s bratwurst tops in the major leagues.
But this is not the best reason to go to a game. The Brewers have the coolest stunt in pro sports: the Sausage Race. Grounds-crew members stick themselves into big, clunky sausage outfits — a hot dog, a Polish sausage, an Italian sausage, a bratwurst and a Mexican chorizo — and lumber around the field to a thrilling finish at home plate.
It’s so popular that opposing players beg for the opportunity to be a Milwaukee  sausage for the day.