The Battle at Bristol kicks off tomorrow, and here is a look at what will be available at the track. Anheuser-Busch will be selling Budweiser, Bud Light, and Michelob Ultra throughout the venue. If you are looking for a craft brew, BMS has you covered. Yee-Haw Brewing, out of Johnson City, will be pouring it's local offerings at the game. If you are looking for something strong, two specialty cocktails will be offered. The Big Orange, and the Hokie Punch will be served in souvenir mason jars. Kenny Chesney's Blue Chair Bay Rum will be the primary ingredient in these tasty concoctions.
There will be several food trucks outside the track, featuring everything from gourmet popcorn to BBQ. Inside the track, the Hokies can feast on smoked turkey legs. The Vols will nosh on Smokey Dogs, which are topped with cheese. Meatball twister bread cones will be served in the infield. All the traditional concession stand fare will be available including: wings, pizza, hot dogs, and funnel cakes.
"Our fans deserve the best food and drink, in both quality and quantity, for the biggest ever-and we know Levy and our partners are going to deliver. We are putting forth the best effort to make sure fans have everything they need to enjoy this historic game in style."
--Jerry Caldwell, General Manager, Bristol Motor Speedway
Some mind blowing stats on what BMS expects to sell on Saturday:
16,250 pounds of hamburgers
25,000 pounds of hot dogs
48,000 soft pretzels
3,500 pounds of chicken wings
2,000 pounds of nacho chips
4,500 pounds of pulled pork
170,000 bottles of water
150,000 bottles of Pepsi products
545,000 units of beer
Come hungry, and GO HOKIES!!!