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    Quote Originally Posted by JCabranes
    I'm experimenting with a bratwurst corndog - call it a cornbrat (trying to join the two basic foodgroups - fats and carbs). If I survive I'll post a report.
    Serve it on a stick, and you might be on to something!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCabranes
    I'm experimenting with a bratwurst corndog - call it a cornbrat (trying to join the two basic foodgroups - fats and carbs). If I survive I'll post a report.

    also try it with a beer batter coating

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    Maybe you can bring it here!
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    Chili Cheese Cornbrat... yummmm

    I'm all for the chili cheese cornbrat... too messy for a stick (though if I become a member of the Wisconsin BMW Club maybe I'll field test it at a meeting - you bring the bromo seltzer - and the beeno)... beer batter is a given.

    Hmmm anyone want to participate in a pre-rally cornbrat fry??? You'll have to come to Wisconsin.

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    In Rogers City, Michigan, there is a meat market named Plath's. They have the best smoked bratwurst in the world. Along with the brats, Paper Maker Pilsner from the new brewery in Alpena, Michigan makes a superb combination.
    These brats are of such high quality that they do not cause any heartburn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patcarol
    In Rogers City, Michigan, there is a meat market named Plath's. They have the best smoked bratwurst in the world. Along with the brats, Paper Maker Pilsner from the new brewery in Alpena, Michigan makes a superb combination.
    These brats are of such high quality that they do not cause any heartburn.

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    Great... you're in charge of bringing the brats. I think the Wisconsin Micro Breweries can provide an acceptable beer.

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    Battle of the brats

    Saint Paul Pioneer Press Runs a Brat Test

    Posted on Thu, Aug. 17, 2006

    Battle of the brats
    Wisconsin maker wins our taste test
    BY KATHIE JENKINS
    Restaurant Critic
    Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!

    St. Paul Pioneer Press , Minneapolis Star Tribune

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1ka
    Saint Paul Pioneer Press Runs a Brat Test

    Posted on Thu, Aug. 17, 2006

    Battle of the brats
    Wisconsin maker wins our taste test
    BY KATHIE JENKINS
    Restaurant Critic

    Ranking: 4th
    Brand name: R.J. Meats
    Store: R.J. Meats
    1101 Coulee Road, Hudson, Wis.; 1-715-386-9291
    Price per pound: $3.69
    Comments: "Good snap." "Real people-pleaser." "Herb flavor."

    good meat market

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    Speaking of The Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Rihn-Manke

    2) Hmmmm........... probably depends on if the Brewers are in town. We'll have to work on that.

    Sue:

    If The Brewers are in town during the Rally, what would the chances be of getting a group (maybe a large group) of us to go to a game??? Big group discount on tickets?? How far is the staduim from the Rally site? Might be something to think about.

    Tim

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    Go to Hoff's in Brownsville, WI. The Special brat of the week go about $2.50 a pound (usually 4 brats per pound). The regular 9 flavors run about $1.60 a pound. The apple cinnamon brats (try them for breakfast) are tremendous. The 9 regular flavors are: Plain, onion, garlic, jalapeno, Polish, BBQ, potato, Italian, and cajun. Many are award winners and made fresh daily. Yummy!!!

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    Miller Park is about 45 min to an hour from the rally site. Hwy 45 to 41 is direct but all super slab

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    I would recommend that if we do a group outing, to a game, perhaps a bus shuttle? I have taken a motorcycle to sports events, albeit it college and minor league, but it was a bigger hassle then it was worth. Also there is something to be said for not having to worry about having fun at the game and then riding....
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    The Johsonville Big Grill

    The Johnsonville Home Site

    http://www3.johnsonville.com/bigtastegrill/

    Listed on the site as the world's largest brat grill. It is available for events
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpr3cats3
    Sue:

    If The Brewers are in town during the Rally, what would the chances be of getting a group (maybe a large group) of us to go to a game??? Big group discount on tickets?? How far is the staduim from the Rally site? Might be something to think about.

    Tim
    Already checked into it. The stadium is about 20 miles south of the rally site. We won't know the schedule until this winter. Our rally comes precariously close to the All Star Break.... I am watching the Brewer's schedule and report when I know more.

    If we can make it happen, there would probably be a bus offered, in case anyone chooses to enjoy a Miller or a Lienenkugal (Mmmm... Leinie's Red) while at "Miller Park"


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    That sounds great. It would be even better if there is inner leauge games being played. It would be great to see the Brewers vs. Tigers. It always nice to see the Tigers spank the Brewers.

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