Fall is here and that means football season is officially in full swing. Sports buffs know that game day isn’t complete without the cherished tradition of tailgating. That’s why BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse is bringing the tailgating experience from the stadium to the living room this season with the introduction of the new Brewhouse Homegating Pack.
The Brewhouse Homegating Pack, launching today, allow fans to recreate the excitement of a tailgate from the comfort of their own home by indulging in gameday favorites such as wings, pizza, award winning BJ’s Handcrafted Signature Beers, and more. The crowd-pleasing package includes: one large deep dish pizza; choice of one family-sized chips & dip; choice of two sharable appetizers; and choice of a 64-ounce BJ’s Handcrafted Signature Beer growler or non-alcoholic beverage, all for $64.95. Appetizer choices include: boneless wings; bone-in wings; chicken tenders; BBQ tri-tip sliders; beef sliders; full rack of baby back ribs ($2 additional charge).
“In a year when so much has changed, nothing screams ‘normal’ like watching football and enjoying cold beer, pizza and wings,” says Kevin Mayer, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. “We hope to bring back some of the connection and camaraderie that has been lost without in-person games. Tailgating might look different this year, but there is still an opportunity to make new memories with our Brewhouse Homegating Packs while cheering on their favorite team.”
BJ’s Brewhouse Homegating Pack is available every day of the week for take-out or delivery. Fans can place their orders through BJ’s website or the BJ’s app.
Growlers are available at most BJ’s locations, except where prohibited by law; where prohibited by law, growlers will be replaced with 64oz. non-alcoholic beverage. Brewhouse Homegating Pack in Texas, Summerlin, Nevada and Centennial, Nevada will include a six-pack of BJ’s Handcrafted Signature Beer rather than the growler. Must be 21+. Please drink responsibly.
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