A tall glass of frosty beer next to wings at Buffalo Wild Wings.

Buffalo Wild Wings

For the first time, Buffalo Wild Wings has partnered with five regional craft breweries for Fantasy Football season.

Buffalo Wild Wings Offering Special Food and Beer Deals for Fantasy Football Draft Season

As the start of the NFL season inches closer, Buffalo Wild Wings is enhancing the experience for fans looking for the ultimate destination to host their Fantasy Football Draft parties. Beginning Monday, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering food and beer promotions (including five new, first-to-market regional craft brews), the opportunity to book a draft party at any of its 1,200-plus restaurants as well as free Draft Kits.


Regional Brew Series: For the first time, Buffalo Wild Wings has partnered with five regional craft breweries around the nation to create new beers that pair perfectly with Fantasy Football Draft parties. Each brewery came up with a unique, football-themed offering that also represents the region.

See below for breakdown of the B-Dubs Regional Brew Series for Fantasy Football season.

  • Food Offer: Now through September 5, fantasy football leagues drafting at Buffalo Wild Wings can order a wing special or a food bundle.
  • Wing Special: $30 for 30 traditional wings or 40 boneless wings
  • Food Bundle: $60 for three large orders of wings (traditional or boneless) and four sharables off the menu (ranging from mozzarella sticks to fried pickles among others)

The Experience

Fans can call their local Buffalo Wild Wings to reserve space for their Fantasy Football Draft Party, or visit Buffalo Wild Wings’ website to submit a request.

Leagues drafting at Buffalo Wild Wings will receive a free, one-of-a-kind 2018 Pepsi NFL Commissioner Draft Kit, which is only available only at B-Dubs. The kit includes: a draft board and stickers for every NFL player, coupons to use at Buffalo Wild Wings (10 x 15% off) and NFLShop.com (10 x 15% off) and a G.O.A.T brag flag for the league champion.

Members of the Blazin’ Rewards loyalty program also have the chance to enter to win a Fantasy Football Draft party at NFL HQ in 2019.

Here is a list of the beers by region:

Central (IL, IN, MI, OH, OK, WI):


3rd and Lager: Founders took two of their favorite hop varieties, Mosaic and Azacca, and brewed them into its latest lager for a gorgeous tropical fruit aroma and flavor. The malt bill features wheat for a smooth, rounded flavor while the perfectly clean finish comes courtesy of the lager yeast.

North Atlantic: (CT, DC, DE, KY, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV)


Simcoe the Underdog Pale Ale: Pale in color but long on flavor, this American Pale Ale features a unique blend of hops—led by classic Simcoe and “spiked” with Huell Melon—this brew packs in all your favorite tropical, citrus, fruity notes with none of the bitterness. A custom brewing water profile, toasty malt character, and proprietary house yeast tie this beer together seamlessly. Cheers to “Simcoe the Dog”.

South Atlantic: (AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN)


Low Hanging Fruit: This low hanging fruit is an incredibly crushable golden ale with passionfruit. Bright aromas of passionfruit leading to a clean finish you’ll want to pick over and over. At 4.8% this 14 karat golden ale is perfect for those long summer days.

Pacific: (AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MN, ND, NM, NV, OR, SD, WA)


Fantasy Football League Indian Pale Lager (aka FFL IPL): This beer is crisp, yet smooth, like a well-executed spin move that springs a back into a wide open secondary. A hop blitz delivers notes of tangerine, honeydew, pineapple and pine with the balance of confidence and finesse reminiscent of a quarterback dropping the long ball into the breadbasket of a streaking receiver.

Mountain: (CO, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, TX, WY)


Draft Party Milkshake IPA: An unfiltered, abundantly hopped American-Style IPA brewed with lactose. Aromas of peach, pineapple and pear charge from the glass, while tropical fruit-like flavors dominate and a slightly sweet milk-sugar character balances the bitterness.

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