The 9th Annual Downtown Sioux Falls Burger Battle competition is on! A grand total of 27 downtown restaurants in Sioux Falls are battling against one another during the month of January. The grand prize? The title and trophy declaring "The Best Burger" in Downtown Sioux Falls.

Returning and new businesses are determined to make the best burger for this year's Downtown Sioux Falls Burger Battle. 27 burgers is a tremendous challenge for anyone to conquer. However, there is one brewing company that is taking advantage of social media and is using a hilarious promotional video to lure customers to its burger.

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Remedy Brewing Company is one of the new establishments that joined this year's Downtown Sioux Falls Burger Battle. Naturally, the brewery needed to identify a unique way to stand out among the rest of the competition. Remedy Brewing Company posted a creative Facebook video promoting its "Queen Bee Burger." The video will leave you laughing hysterically...and probably pretty hungry.

The Facebook video really highlights all of the burger’s delectable ingredients. So what exactly is in the "Queen Bee Burger?" It's a 1/3 pound all-beef patty with "black truffle garlic mayo, butter bibb lettuce, Queen Bee braised onions, swiss cheese, potato chips, and Queen Bee honey mustard all on a locally made parmesan black pepper Breadsmith bun." The burger literally screams Sioux Falls.

This video certainly convinced me! I had the opportunity to try the "Queen Bee Burger" from Remedy Brewing Company, and it's quite delicious.

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Christine Manika (TSM)
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Who would have thought potato chips on a burger would taste good! The flavors of the chips and the patty paired for the perfect combination!

You have until Monday, January 31st to try all 27 burgers in the 9th Annual Downtown Sioux Falls Burger Battle! For more information on voting, click here.

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