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Brats Koozie

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Keep your drink cool and your hands warm with this Brats Koozie, available exclusively at the Wisconsin Historical Society! Details below.
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Starting in the mid-1800's, German immigrants began their journey to America and settled in the Midwest. Of all the things Wisconsin's German immigrants gave us, one of the most widely popular is the bratwurst. However you prefer to cook them, they have become part of the Dairy State's identity and culture. Slide your favorite drink into this Brats Koozie, part of the Real Wisconsin line.

Front: Brats! Wisconsin's Signature Sausage.

Back: Smiling brat with condiment bottle.

Koozie color: blue. Font color: yellow. Brat: red.

Starting in the mid-1800's, German immigrants began their journey to America and settled in the Midwest. Of all the things Wisconsin's German immigrants gave us, one of the most widely popular is the bratwurst. However you prefer to cook them, they have become part of the Dairy State's identity and culture. Slide your favorite drink into this Brats Koozie, part of the Real Wisconsin line.

Front: Brats! Wisconsin's Signature Sausage.

Back: Smiling brat with condiment bottle.

Koozie color: blue. Font color: yellow. Brat: red.

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