It’s official: Beginning today, Culver’s CurderBurger—a.k.a. the Deluxe ButterBurger topped with a cheese curd “crown” that started out as an April Fools’ Day joke but then became a one-day-only reality but then sold out in about 10 minutes in 2021—is back! It’s currently available at all Culver’s locations through October 31, at a suggested price of $7.59. A mere pittance if you ask us.

As we’ve reported before, a top Culver’s operative has assured us that the beloved regional fast food chain is making “a lot more” CurderBurgers this year. Locations, we’re told, “won’t run out in a few hours.” So no need to wait in line for two hours before your neighborhood Culver’s opens up. Though we suppose it couldn’t hurt.

Speaking of that top Culver’s operative, they also hooked us up with a couple of CurderBurgers a day early! Talk about job perks! If you noticed a lot of closed roads and police motorcades between Shorewood and Walker’s Point yesterday, that was just us transporting these advance CurderBurgers to our office.

So yeah: get out and get a CurderBurger! They’re good! Wanna hear us talk about Culver’s for 30 minutes? We just recorded a Culver’s-related episode of our Patreon-exclusive “From The Archives” podcast. Wanna just stare at a CurderBurger for two minutes as you contemplate life, food, cheese, and the Shorewood Culver’s high school alumni wall of fame? Then watch the video below:

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