The Milwaukee Brewers’ fans are rated one of the cleanest group of baseball fans in the MLB by the team at UFE (Urine Feces Everywhere). Brewers’ fans wash their hands more than all the other MLB patrons, with the exception of the St. Louis Cardinals fans at Busch Stadium and the San Diego Padres fans at PETCO Park. Miller park has been rated 28 out of the 30 MLB stadiums by UFE, thus considered one of the” Best of the Best,” and that is something to be proud of! With the score of 86 out of 100 possible points, the Brewers field has 14 points taken away primarily in the entrance, concession, condiment, and liquor areas.
The UFE reporters expressed an unusually large variety and quantity liquor cocktails, along with numerous traditional, imported, domestic, and local beers. The fans were tailgating in the parking lot prior to the game and continuing the party inside the park to full swing by the 4th or 5th inning. They, the spectators, and the UFE Team had appeared to find the food at the park average at best, but the spirits were definitely the” Best of the Best.”
Miller Park lost its 14 points in three major areas: 1. Concession stands where the vendors would take your money, touch the dirty cash register, and then touch the food as they would hand it to the customer; 2. The turn style, which is still making its way into even the newer ball parks; and 3. The condiment station, where the drinkers had gotten sloppier as the game went on.
Once in our seats, we temporarily forgot about the UFE violations going on around us, and we sat back and took in the romantic feel of this majestic structure. With its magical fan-like retractable roof and exquisitely groomed grass turf, we temporarily forgot about the urine and feces everywhere.