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What flavored milk will you try this year at the State Fair?

Dairy good news: Milk House to debut two new flavors at State Fair

It's become a beloved annual tradition for dairy lovers, young and old, to grab a fresh, cool cup of milk from the Milk House on the State Fair grounds. In fact, each year, more than 160,000 cups of milk are sold during the fair.

This year, the tradition gets even better with two delicious new flavors to whet your whistle. In addition to chocolate, strawberry and root beer, this year's milk line-up includes chocolate peanut butter and sea salt caramel milk.

The price has gone up a bit, but the 8-ounce cups of milk are still selling for just 50 cents each, making them one of the best values on the Fair Grounds.

The iconic Milk House was founded by Sen. Herb Kohl in 1989, and it's been serving refreshing cups of milk for the past 29 summers. This year, The Milwaukee Bucks Milk House, presented in partnership with Prairie Farms Dairy, will be located at Main Street and South Grandstand Avenue, in close proximity to its original location in 1989.

In addition to milk, fair-goers can also enjoy visits from team personalities and entertainers, including Bango and The Milwaukee Bucks Dancers, at the Milk House. And that means opportunities for plenty of selfies and autographs.

The adjacent Bucks barn will also provide complete information on the upcoming season, as well as a selection of Bucks adult and youth merchandise. Bucks ticket representatives will be present to offer ticket packages and information for the soon-to-be-released 2017-18 schedule. For more information, visit


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