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The demand for Bernie Brewer grew, and by 1973, he emerged as a character who cheered on the home team from a beer-barreled chalet. He would slide down from his perch into a beer stein following each Brewers home run and victory. Bernie Brewer became a fixture at home games through the organization's powerful years, when homers came with regularity for teams known as "Bambi's Bombers" and "Harvey's Wallbangers."

In 1984, the Brewers rebuilt the bleachers, replacing Bernie's Chalet with a sound tower, sending the mascot into temporary retirement. But, by popular demand in 1993, Bernie returned and has been a fixture at every home game since.

In April 2010, Bernie joined Twitter. He has the largest following of any Major League Baseball mascot on the social network. Fans can follow him on Twitter at @Bernie_Brewer.