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Taste of Milwaukee

Milwaukee is known for beer, cheese, sausage -- and so much more. Flip through our gallery to explore these and other favorite Milwaukee foods and drinks.

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With a hat tip to the city's large German immigrant population, bratwurst is a popular dish in Milwaukee. In fact Miller Park, home to the Milwaukee Brewers, sells brats along with hot dogs. They should be eaten with sauerkraut, mustard or horseradish. Asking for ketchup is a no-no.

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