Bucks Milk House rebounds for its 31st year at the Wisconsin State Fair
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The Milwaukee Bucks Milk House returns to Wisconsin State Fair for the 31st year and an eight-ounce cup of flavored milk remains 50 cents.
The long-lived stand – once supported by and named in honor of former Bucks owner Sen. Herb Kohl – is back on the south end of the ground at Main Street and South Grandstand Avenue.
This year's flavors are chocolate, strawberry, root beer, mint and, replacing sea salt caramel is the new chocolate peanut butter.
The milk house typically sells more than 160,000 cups of Prairie Farms milk at the State Fair, which, this year, runs Aug. 1-11.
Savvy milk house fans have long known that the best way to enjoy the flavored milk is in blends.
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