• 9 tips when buying a BBQ grill

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    Spring has sprung and the Easter Bunny has already come. That can only mean one thing. BBQ grilling season is almost here (for those of you living in colder climates) and your tailgating grill may need to be rebuilt, repaired or even replaced.

    No need to get burned when buying your next grill. Whether it is for backyard use or out in the tailgating parking lot, we’ve got you covered with these helpful tips on how to pick the perfect grill for your needs.

    Determine your usage and needs – How often will I use this grill? Will this grill be just for the backyard or will I also be using it for tailgating?

    If you don’t have season tickets and tailgate occasionally, you may want to go with smaller and cheaper. The Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill might be just what the doctor ordered. Small, cheap and portable, this little guy is adequate for cooking a few burgers and dogs and is not so expensive that it will kill your bank account.

    If you plan on tailgating more often than a handful of games each season, a larger “workhorse” type grill should be considered. Something that is portable and easily set up and broken down quickly is always a good choice. The most popular tailgating grill we have seen for this criteria is the Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE. This grill comes in a variety of colors and is reasonably priced. If taken care of properly, this grill will last years and see many a tailgate party.

    Charcoal or gas? – There are benefits of both but which one suits your grilling style? Do you tailgate for a long or short period of time? Does the stadium or arena you tailgate most frequently have a charcoal ban?

    Most BBQ pit masters prefer the flavor that charcoal provides but charcoal grills have inherent problems. The biggest complaint about charcoal is the lack of control you have. Once the coals are hot, they are hot… very hot! There is no turning down the temperature on charcoal once they are lit. Also, the time it takes to get charcoal hot is a lot longer than a gas grill. Most Gas grills can get up to 500 degrees in less than 5 minutes. Charcoal grills will take 30 – 45 minutes to get proper cooking temperature. After they get hot, they also need time to cool down. If you tailgate for a shorter period of time, you may not have the time to wait for charcoal to heat up and cool down. Although charcoal may give a better flavor to your grilled food, the trend seems to point to gas being a better choice, at least for tailgaters.

    You get what you pay for – In most cases, BBQ grills are priced according to quality. Higher quality parts tend to last longer and replacement costs are lower because you are paying for it up front. Do your research, but if you want a quality grill that’s going to last a while, be prepared to pay for it.

    Buy local! – Most tailgaters reside in the USA but not all. We suggest buying a grill manufactured in the country in which you reside. Napoleon Gourmet Grills is a Canadian manufacturer of BBQ grills and has an outstanding reputation. Buying local also makes getting parts much easier and they arrive faster.

    Consider size, accessories and BTU’s –
    Don’t go into buying blind. Think about what you will be cooking. A side of beef for a tailgate army or just a couple of burgers for you and a close buddy? A huge grill with just two hot dogs not only looks pretty weak but is a little embarrassing. Same goes with trying to grill three racks of ribs on a Hibachi Grill.

    Where will the grill reside? If you live in an apartment with a small balcony or patio, don’t get the super huge grill. Mostly likely you won’t be able to fit it there. If you are taking it tailgating, consider what your tailgate space normally looks like. Do you tailgate in a crowded parking lot where the parking attendants are strict about how much space you can consume? Or do you tailgate in a spot where you can stretch out? Knowing your space constraints before you buy your grill will prove time well spent and will prevent having to go through the hassle of a return.

    Check the warranty – If you are buying in person, make sure to ask your dealer about what is/isn’t included in the warranty. If buying online, make sure to read the warranty before clicking that “buy” button. A good warranty for grills will cover 10 years for burners, sear plates and castings which are the heart of your grill.

    Stick to your budget – Think about what you can afford and what you need before buying. We all want the Roll Royce of grills but the Chevy may best suit your needs. Nobody wants to break the bank on a grill that will be used infrequently and is too much grill for how you are using it. If you plan on grilling every meal on your BBQ, by all means spend more because you can justify it by using it all the time. But be careful not to overspend. You don’t want to have the latest and greatest double throw me down BBQ grill and not be able to buy your kids shoes for school.

    TLC – Take care of the grill you purchase and it will last you a long time. Even cheap grills, if properly maintained, can last longer than expected. If you have a grill with an electric starter, remove the battery during the off season so it does not corrode and ruin the starter. Cleaning the gas burner so that the vent holes are not clogged with grease and drippings will not only give your grill more heat but will make it last longer. Treat your grill with tender loving care and you won’t need to buy another one until technology changes again and you want the latest innovation.

  • Video: Miami Dolphins Tailgaters Bust Out The Tailgate Stripper Pole Before Regular Season Finale

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    The Dolphins are going to the playoffs. It’s been an eight year drought for the Fins (Miami fell to Baltimore 27-9 in the 2008 wildcard game) so you can imagine the fans and tailgaters are elated.

    What would be an appropriate piece of tailgating gear to bust out at the final regular season tailgate party to properly celebrate a guaranteed playoff berth? A stripper pole, of course!

    Anyone else notice at the end of the video the young kid walking into frame with a handful of singles?

    Stay classy Miami.

  • Inventor of the famous Red Solo Cup dies at 84

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    2016 has been a real bummer of a year for many of us. It seems like 2016 has had more celebrity deaths in one year than many years in recent memory.

    Add the name Robert Leo Hulseman to that list. You may not recognize his name but we are quite confident you have used his product. Robert Leo Hulseman is the inventor of the Red Solo Cup.

    Some of the Notable Deaths in 2016 include Muhammad Ali, Prince, Patty Duke, Pat Summitt, Gene Wilder, David Bowie, Elie Wiesel, Nancy Reagan, Arnold Palmer, Carrie Fisher among many too numerous to list them all. As tailgaters, the loss of Robert Leo Hulseman may be the most impactful but thankfully, his invention will live beyond his passing.

    According to Robert Leo Hulseman’s obituary, he worked at Solo Cup Company for 60 years. During that time, he invented the Red Solo Cup sometime in the 1970s.

    Numerous aspects of the Red Solo Cup that made it unique and a staple at tailgates and backyard BBQs, were the inside rings with 1.5 ounces for liquor, 5 ounces for wine and 12 ounces for beer.

    Hulseman began working at his father’s company at age 18 and worked in various roles there until it was valued at $1.6 billion a year in revenue according to Yahoo! Finance. The company was acquired by Dart Container in 2012 for an estimated $1 billion.

    Although the solo cup may be widely recognized at low-budget parties, low-stakes drinking games, and of course tailgate parties, the greatest homage probably came in the form of a country song sung by Toby Keith.

    Hulseman had 10 children, nine of whom survive him. He is also survived by his wife of 60 years, Sheila.

  • How should you arrive at Super Bowl 50?

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    If you are going to Super Bowl 50 or any game for that matter, how do you want to arrive? Seeing how you are reading this blog post on a tailgating website, you’d probably prefer to arrive in something more practical in order to tailgate. But you may opt for the more flashy arrival depending on who you are trying to impress. Either way, there are rental options out there to cover both bases.

    First the practical: We recently discovered a new company called JUCY RV Rentals. Just because they say RV in their name, you can get rid of your preconceived notions of these RVs being huge, gas-guzzling, behemoths. Jucy RVs resemble more of a mini-van that comes with a kitchen in the rear and sleeping quarters for up to four people.

    Pretty cool, huh? With a JUCY Rental, if a man dies on the road, it won’t be from hunger.

    If you want to road trip up to Santa Clara for the Super Bowl, mention Tailgating Ideas when booking and receive an additional 10% off your rental. For faster booking call (424) 456-4830.

    Next the flamboyant: If making people think you are a lot bigger deal than you really are, maybe an Exotic Car rented from Enterprise is more your speed.

    Yellow Lamboghini

    Enterprise rents all kinds of sports cars from Aston Martins to Bentleys, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Maseratis, Posches all the way to Teslas if you want to lessen your carbon footprint while speeding to the stadium. Think of the heads you will turn when you pull up to Levi’s Stadium and toss the keys to valet and tell them to not scratch it. Of course, seeing how the NFL has banned tailgating on Super Bowl Sunday, arriving in a two-seater is not that big of a deal.

    No matter what your style and your budget, you can road trip to the Super Bowl in all different sorts of ways. Now all you have to decide is which color looks best on you.

  • Guy Fieri’s $700 per person tailgate at Super Bowl must be a joke

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    Guy Fieri, “celebrity chef” and the No. 1 draft pick for turning being a douche bag into a career, is fleecing the American public with his upcoming Players Super Bowl Tailgate prior to Super Bowl 50. The price tag just for entrance? $700 per person!

    We all know that basic economics of supply and demand can drive up costs of goods and services, but at what point do we as sports fans and tailgaters say enough is enough? Calling this event a “tailgate” is a slap in the face to all those who tailgate. Just because you are serving food prior to kick off of a football game does not make it a tailgate.

    Because tailgating is banned in the parking lots around Levi’s Stadium prior to the Super Bowl, that creates an even bigger demand for pre-game festivities. Apparently Bullseye Events can trot out Guy Fieri, offer up some bar food and charge $700 a pop. The only way they can get away with it is if people pay it.

    So what does the menu for a $700 per person tailgate look like? Does it include Baked Alaska served by Pro Football Hall of Famers? Nope. Just your regular run of the mill bar grub you could expect from a local tavern.

    The menu includes: Steak Sandwich station, Jambalaya, Mac & Cheese bar, “Meatball Madness”, a raw bar and salads. Oh, and don’t forget the Rice Krispy Treats for desert. Yeah, that sounds like it is all worth it for $700. Not that you could whip up the same stuff for a fraction of that if you went to Costco and threw a killer Super Bowl watch party.

    In searching the event’s website, there is no mention of if the $700 price tage even includes alcohol… at all. No mention of getting two drink tickets or anything. Makes us think that getting a beer will cost you on top of your price of admission. If the admission price is $700, can you imagine what a beer costs?

    Much of the food will be similar to the menu at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar in Times Square. The “live nacho bar” is intriguing but that is until you read the online reviews of Guy Fieri’s restaurant. One review went viral from The New York Times, which described the nachos as:

    How did nachos, one of the hardest dishes in the American canon to mess up, turn out so deeply unlovable? Why augment tortilla chips with fried lasagna noodles that taste like nothing except oil?

    A person on Yelp left this review for Guy’s American Kitchen in Times Square:

    Two Words: Glorified Friday’s. I expected more from this place. For $113 we had a (small) Cobb salad, a burger, and some grilled salmon. With 2 beers and a Coke. Ridiculous for the type of place this is trying to be. The food was ok, edible, but nothing to write home about. The service on the other hand was great. Our waitress was super friendly and knowledgeable. Not going back though, bad value for mediocrity.

    Sounds like a rip-off to us but then again, who are we? We have only been tailgating professionally for years now. If you plan to go, make sure to bring a lot of cash because you will need it.

  • Super Bowl 50 won’t be so super for tailgaters

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    You might recall we published on our flagship tailgating blog in 2009 the blog post Tailgating Banned At The Super Bowl. That article hat garnered quite a bit of attention including a phone call from the NFL’s Brian McCarthy. Apparently as the Super Bowl moves to different host cities and venues that have not hosted a Super Bowl in a while, those in the local market tend to forget or are naive of the NFL’s longstanding policy of banning “traditional” tailgating at the Super Bowl.

    NBC Bay Area: No Tailgating at Levi’s Stadium For Super Bowl 50

    “This isn’t anything new,” says Brian McCarthy, NFL vice president of corporate communications, who traces the ban on Super Sunday cookouts to security concerns arising from the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. “Fans can still tailgate at a Super Bowl, but in a different form.” McCarthy says that form involves a prohibition against having a lit flame in a grill, erecting tents or other sheltering structures, or basically eating or drinking anything outside your vehicle.

    After learning that tailgating had been banned outside MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl two years ago, one fan described its absence to the New York Daily News. “Not tailgating at a football game is like Thanksgiving without turkey and Halloween without trick or treating,” he said. “As soon as you enter the parking lot, the first thing you smell is the charcoal grill going. You smell it before you see anything. Not having it sterilizes the whole experience. What are you going to do? Bring a sub from Subway?”

    That would be entirely permissible, inasmuch as Subway is one of the longtime advertisers that recently helped push the NFL’s annual corporate sponsorship revenue past $1 billion. “Just have it in your vehicle,” McCarthy cautions cold cut consumers.

    Truly living up to their nickname of the NFL standing for the “No Fun League”, the NFL is truly hypocritical. How can the NFL encourage millions of fans to tailgate prior to every game during the season, including the playoffs, but ban tailgating before the Super Bowl?

    The Super Bowl is a different animal in that half of the parking lot at any host stadium is eaten up by “The NFL Experience”, a giant interactive NFL theme park. This leaves limited room for real fans to park and tailgate because those remaining spaces need to be reserved for corporate buses and limos shuttling VIPs (Read: people who paid a ton of money to the NFL) to the game. Why leave any parking spaces for the real fans that want to tailgate when your NFL theme park can charge $25 for kids and $35 for adult admission?

    On game day, the NFL has hosted an NFL “Tailgate Party” but there is no tailgating recognizable to anyone who has tailgated once. It is a big catering tent with catered food and hosted bars served by waiters wandering in between corporate cronies with Super Bowl tickets proudly hanging from lanyards. Let’s make sure that the grub and libations all are from NFL approved and officially sponsored food and beverage companies. Just ensure me that the final seven figure check clears before we start serving. Gee, sounds like an awesome tailgate to me.

    The truth is, the Super Bowl is not a game made for the fan in the stadium. It is a made for TV event that was bought and paid for years ago. The NFL gets away with it because, well, they can. They know you won’t get so up in arms that you will not watch the Super Bowl on TV. They know you will watch the commercials and get excited about whatever pop artist they will trot out for halftime.

    Until the fans change their behavior that the NFL can sense, it will continue to be business as usual. No matter if the NFC or AFC representing team wins or loses, the real fans and tailgaters are the big losers on Super Bowl Sunday while the NFL laughs all the way to the bank.

  • Video: Bufflo Bills fan lights himself on fire at tailgate party

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    No, the Buffalo Bills fans are not so heartbroken about the team missing the playoffs they have resorted to Self-immolation. Actually the Bills fans and tailgaters have a lot to look forward to with a young team on the rise, a gifted quarterback looking to improve on his rookie season and head coaching stability, things are looking up in Orchard Park, NY.

    Apparently in this gleeful celebration, one Buffalo Bills fans took it upon himself to do some furniture wrestling with a tailgating table that was lit on fire. In true WWE form, he jumped on it, igniting the back of his coat on fire. He went back for some more and stomped on the broken down table and fell again, getting more fire accelerant on his jacket.

    Thankfully, after the throngs of tailgaters attempted to douse the flames with, (what else?), cans of beer, the unidentified tailgater was able extinguish the flames by placing his back up against a tailgating bus and the flames were gone.

    For the safety of this tailgater, maybe we all should be thankful the Bills didn’t make the playoffs. Can you image how hard this guy tailgates in preparation for a home playoff game?

  • Magnetic Koozie with LED Flashlight

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    Cooler2See comes in four different colors

    The Cooler2See can & bottle koozie comes in four colors and includes magnets and an LED flashlight on the bottom.

    Keeping your can or bottle cold while tailgating, camping, at the beach or even while at home is important. Nobody likes warm beer or soda. You also want to keep your can or bottle up and out of the way so that it won’t get knocked over while on a table. And, wouldn’t it be nice if you had a flashlight option to be able to light the way to the port-a-potty, light up your grill or even see in the cooler after it got dark? The Cooler2See can and bottle koozie does all of those things. It is a koozie that keeps your beverages cold, can stick to any magnetic surface and has LED lights on the bottom that are as bright, if not brighter, than a flashlight.

    As you can in the above video demonstration, the Cooler2See keeps bottles and cans cold, can stick to the side of your car or other metal surfaces like your fridge, tool box in the garage or even your pop-up tent legs while out tailgating.

    Another great aspect is that the magnets are strong and not only hold the entire koozie up and off the ground with a can or bottle in it, you will never lose you bottle opener. Simply take your metal bottle opener and place it on the magnet and you will never go searching for the bottle opener again. It will be securely affixed to the side of your Cooler2See koozie ready for action whenever you are.

    Cooler2See with bottle opener on magnets

    Cooler2See with bottle opener on magnets

    The LED lights on the bottom are bright and can be used as a flashlight when the tailgate goes into the night. We will use the Cooler2See after dark to check on our grill or to be able to see inside our cooler whenever it is time for another cold one. Not to mention all of the functions for those who also like to go camping. Heading back to your tent or campsite couldn’t be easier. No need to carry a flashlight because your drink holder has one already built into the bottom.

    The Cooler2See is priced at $14.95 each and comes in four (4) different colors: Red, Light Blue, Purple and Green. All colors are priced the same. When ordering, please specify which colors you prefer and how many of each color to include in your order. If no colors are specified, we will include a mix of colors in your order.

    The Cooler2See magnetic beverage koozie and flashlight includes three (3) AAA batteries so you are ready to use it as soon as you unpack it from the box.

    Flat Rate Shipping varies based on quantity ordered based on the size of packaging and weight inside the shipping package. Flat rate shipping is as follows:

    1 unit $7.00
    2 units $10.00
    3 or 4 units $13.00
    5 units $14.00
    6 unit2 $16.00

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  • Texas Longhorns Helmet Mug

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    Texas Longhorns FanMug
    We tailgaters love to show our support and spirit for our favorite teams outside the stadium in the parking lot just as much as we show it inside the stadium. Seeing how a fair share of beverage consumption occurs outside the stadium in the parking lots, you want to set yourself apart from your run of the mill tailgaters. Now you don’t have to be painted into a corner with showing your love of your team with just a regular old can koozie. Try on a FanMug for size.

    As you can see by the photo above, the FanMug is an authentic, miniature replica of your favorite football team’s helmet. The facemask is the handle and the 13.5 oz removable cup is dishwasher safe and BPA-free. You can place your can or bottle in the removable cup to use it as a koozie, or you can pour your cold or hot drink directly into the cup for use as an insulated mug. You can even use it as a desk caddy to hold your office items while showing your team spirit.

    The attention to detail and the craftsmanship of the FanMug is unmatched. The facemask clips and the screws are authentic and just smaller than those you would find on an authentic NFL or NCAA helmet. FanMug keeps beverages colder longer than if you just were holding it in your hand. The fact that your hand is removed from the can and prevents that body heat transfer makes it a tremendous insulator. The types of beverages it can hold varies from cans to bottles. Standard 12 oz. cans fit well and slide in and out of the inner cup easily but do not rattle around. You can even pour your can or bottle into the inner cup of the FanMug or even use it for some Irish coffee or a rum and Coke. When not tailgating you can use it for your morning coffee or on your desk as a pencil holder.

    Fives uses of the FanMug

    The FanMug comes all in one piece but can be separated into two pieces. The inner cup comes out and can be washed in the top rack of the dishwasher. It is also BPA free and is food grade plastic so you don’t have to worry about that if you choose to pour your drink into it and drink directly from the FanMug. The inner cup is also microwave safe so if your coffee gets cold at home or at the office, pop out the inner cup and zap it to warm it up and place it back in the helmet.

    The Texas Longhorns FanMug is $17.99 for one and two for $30.00. Shipping when purchasing one or two is a flat $6. Buy four FanMugs and the price drops to $13.50 a piece. $10 flat rate shipping applies to orders of four.

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  • GoPong American Flag Cornhole Boards

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    GoPong American Flag Cornhole Set

    GoPong American Flag Cornhole Set

    Nothing is more American than tailgating and the game of cornhole. When it comes to showing your patriotism and love of your country nothing says it louder than with a set of American Flag cornhole boards.

    The folks at GoPong who are making tailgating more affordable with their line of beer pong tables and portable bars have chosen to make a line of high quality yet affordable cornhole game boards. The boards are the same high quality, sturdy craftsmanship at an affordable price you have come to expect from the GoPong brand.

    The GoPong Cornhole game boards are made with a high strength aluminum frame but because they are made of aluminum it means they are lightweight and easily portable. The surface of the boards are waterproof and designed specifically for tailgating and rigorous use. Some specs:

    Dimensions per game board:
    Open – 35″ x 16.5″ x 8″
    Closed – 3′ x 2′ x 3″

    The color of the cornhole bags that comes with the American Flag themed cornhole set are red and blue, representing two of the three colors on Old Glory.

    Total package weight including two American Flag game boards and eight bags – 18 pounds

    The GoPong American Flag Cornhole game set costs $99.95 plus $22 flat rate shipping to any of the lower 48 states. (Alaska, Hawaii and international shipping rates may be higher. Please contact us for shipping rates to these locations before purchasing.)

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  • Beer Can Covers (16 oz Pint)

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    Sierra Nevada Kickstart

    Stealth drinking. Covert consumption. Sneaky sipping. No matter what you call it, having a beer in a place where it is frowned upon is not impossible. As long as you are not acting like a jackass and calling attention to yourself, having a beer out in public is not really that big of a deal. You need to hide your beer with a soda or energy drink can cover.

    Guiness Rockstar Energy

    These are genuine aluminum soda pop or energy drink cans that have been cut and sanded to wrap around and cover a 16 oz. alcoholic beverage. No more of those phony wraps that say “Coco Cola” or “Dr Pecker”. These are the Real McCoy and from a reasonable distance, look exactly like a regular soda or energy drink can. With so many beer companies making larger size cans in 16 oz. pint sizes and other adult beverages like Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Ciders, the demand to cover 16 oz. cans is growing.

    (If you are a Coors, Coors Light or Keystone drinker, check out the selection of can covers for taller/thinner cans. If 16 oz. cans are not enough and you prefer to drink 24 oz. Tall Boys, we also have can covers that cover those and you can find them HERE. For the drinkers of regular 12 oz cans like Bud and Miller, we have you covered with our 12 oz. Beer Can Covers.)

    Although these covers are designed to cover a beer, DO NOT use these to drink and drive. Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is illegal and highly dangerous. Do NOT use these covers for any illegal activities. You are responsible for knowing what the laws are where you are using these can covers. You as the buyer will assume any and all liability and responsibility that may arise from the use of this product, financial or otherwise.

    16 oz. Beer Can Covers are $4 each. Buy four 16 oz. Can Covers for $15. Buy six 16 oz. Can Covers for $21. Buy 12 16 oz. Can Covers for $35. No matter if you buy one or 12 at a time, the price for shipping is a flat $5.

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  • Sunscreen Flask 2-Pack

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    Sunscreen Flask pouring

    Whether it is because of the hole in the Ozone layer or because cases of skin cancer are on the rise, many stadiums, arenas and venues all allow people to bring in sunscreen. So why would any security guard or law enforcement officer look twice at an 8 oz tube of what looks to be SPF 30 or SPF 15 sunscreen? They wouldn’t. And that is why a Sunscreen Flask is a “must have” for any sports fan, concert goer or beach comber that wants to have a few drinks in those places that don’t allow your own alcohol on the premises

    Many stadiums do not offer mixed drinks as an option inside. Normally only beer and wine is offered and as you well know, those prices are exorbitant. In those venues like concert arenas, a rum and cola can cost around $15 and you will be lucky if you get a full shot of rum in there. When you bring in your Sunscreen Flasks, you can now buy the soda for a fraction of the cost of a mixed drink and you get to monitor how strong or weak of a drink you want to make. Add to it, when you smuggle your booze into a venue, you are saving money hand over fist compared to buying drinks inside. (Click images to view larger size and see product detail)

    The Sunscreen Flask is made from food grade plastic and is safe to place any type of liquid in it. Will not leak and the top screws on tightly ensuring none of your booze will leak out alerting security or law enforcement that it does not contain sunscreen lotion. The Sunscreen Flask holds 8 ounces of liquid. Since the Sunscreen Flasks comes in a 2-Pack, that totals 16 ounces of liquor which is over half a 750 ml bottle of booze. Honestly, if entering a venue on a sunny day and you had two tubes of sunscreen, one SPF 15 and the other SPF 15, no one would think twice about what might be in them.

    The Sunscreen Flask comes in a 2-Pack box containing two (2) 8 oz flasks per box and a mini-funnel for ease of filling for $15 plus $5 postage and packaging. Buy two Sunscreen Flask 2-Packs and we will ship them both for the same price of $5. Prices and shipping costs are for United States customers.

    Think about it. For $20 including shipping you can be saving money the first time you use these Sunscreen Flasks. Honestly, the first time you use them they will pay for themselves.

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  • Beer Can Covers (12 oz Coors)

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    Coors Light Can Cover Stages

    Stealth drinking. Covert consumption. Sneaky sipping. No matter what you call it, having a beer in a place where it is frowned upon is not impossible. As long as you are not acting like a jackass and calling attention to yourself, having a beer out in public is not really that big of a deal. You need to hide your beer with a can cover that is socially acceptable to drink. Maybe when visiting grandma she frowns upon you drinking a beer in front of her. If you hide your beer with one of these can covers, she will never know and your visit will be much more enjoyable.

    Coors Light Can CoverA number of beer brands come in a 12 oz. can that is taller and thinner, i.e. Coors, Coors Light, Keystone, Keystone Light, etc., Those that prefer these brands have complained that the regular can covers made from regular 12 oz. soda cans do not fit properly on these taller/thinner cans. We have solved this problem.

    These are genuine 16 oz. energy drink cans that have been cut and sanded to wrap around and cover a 12 oz. taller/thinner beer can. In some cases, we use the larger 16 oz. sizes of soda cans so you may not always get an energy drink can to cover your beer. Either way, these cans will fit taller/thinner 12 oz. cans perfectly.

    No more of those phony wraps that say “Coco Cola” or “Dr Pecker”. These are the Real McCoy and from a reasonable distance, look exactly like a regular energy drink or soda can. (If you are a Bud Light, Miller Light or other beer brands that come in a standard 12 oz can, check out the selection of beer can covers for regular 12 oz. cans HERE. If you prefer your beer in a larger size, we also have can covers for 24 oz. Tall Boys and you can find them HERE.)

    NOTE: Although these covers are designed to cover a beer, DO NOT use these to drink and drive. Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is illegal and highly dangerous. DO NOT use these covers for any illegal activities. You are responsible for knowing what the laws are where you are using these can covers. You as the buyer will assume any and all liability and responsibility that may arise from the use of this product, financial or otherwise.

    Taller/Thinner Beer Can Covers are $4 each. Buy four Taller/Thinner Can Covers for $15. Buy six Can Covers for $21. Buy 12 Can Covers for $35. No matter if you buy one or 12 at a time, the price for shipping is a flat $5.

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  • GoBar Portable Bar

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    While out tailgating, most people use the back of their car or their cooler as “the bar”. Until now, having a bar to serve drinks in the parking lot was cumbersome and inconvenient.

    Introducing the GoBar Portable Bar. Sturdy yet lightweight and easily portable. This portable bar is not only functional but versatile as well when you employ the three different types of wraps depending on the occasion.

    Go Bar with 3 skirts

    This bar sets up in 60 seconds so you not only can be serving drinks in record time but won’t take away from your valuable tailgating time. The three interchangeable skirts allow you to take it to the football game (Gridiron skirt), the Jimmy Buffet concert (Tiki skirt) or for that black tie dinner party by the pool (Black skirt). The GoBar comes with a secondary storage shelf for all your bottles and mixers. The top is also waterproof for those inevitable spills and drips. It even comes with an attractive carrying bag for ease of packing in and out of your tailgating vehicle.

    Specs:

    • Size When Open – 39″ x 15″ x 36″
    • Size When Closed – 39″ x 15″ x 3″
    • Weight – 12 pounds
    • Includes 3 interchangeable front skirts – Tiki, Football, and Formal
    • Hidden secondary storage shelf
    • High Strength Aluminum Frame
    • Waterproof MDF Surface
    • Skirt Material: Polyester (not machine washable)
    • Max Weight on Bar Surface: 25 pounds
    • Max Weight on Storage Shelf: 25 pounds

    The GoBar is available for purchase for $99.99 plus $20 flat rate shipping.

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