Tech Tips

Want some great real world info and reviews of barbeque grills? Ever wonder how to get that great refreshing draft beer flavor outside of the bar? Is it posible for there to be a blender bad-ass enough that you don't look silly making frozen drinks at the game? Well, the answers to these and a lot more questions can be found here. This is where we will review, disect, explain, and abuse all types of gear and gadgets that you could possibly think of using at a tailgate party. And for anyone out there with any great gadgets or gear that they want reviewed, contact us and we will see what we can do, we are always looking for new toys to play with.

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Grills-Crown Verity MCB72

January 19, 2013

Anyone who has been to one of our Tailgate Parties since 2011 has seen the massive commercial stainless steel grills we use to grill up lots of great fresh food for the masses. These grills come from Crown Verity, a company known for quality commercial grade grills and outdoor cooking products manufactured in Canada. For [...]

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Crown Verity, official grill of tailgatejoe

Crown Verity, Official Grill of TailgateJoe

September 11, 2012

I have been tailgating regularly for Jets games since 2000. Always having enjoyed cooking
and hosting parties, I always gravitated towards organizing and cooking at these tailgates. In that time, I have borrowed, bought, and used a wide range of devices for cooking out in the parking lot. As the group of friends [...]

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Coleman PerfectFlow Grill

January 12, 2012

TGJoe started out much like your ordinary tailgate. Before the trailer, the 6 ft commercial grill, the kegs, their was a handful of friends, 4-10 on any given day. The first tailgate toy purchased for these game day get togethers was the Coleman PerfectFlow Grill. At the time, the PerfectFlow was really all Coleman offered [...]

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Fanvision

October 22, 2010

I just got in from the Jets game in Denver where I was able to use my Fanvision for the first time and thought I would share my experience with it. For any of you wondering whether it is worth the money, the short answer is HELL YES!!
Fanvision, what is it?
Fanvision is a portable display [...]

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Coleman FryWell

September 15, 2009

We all know that the grill is the centerpiece of the tailgate (unless you have a kegerator! Stay tuned for a post on that). But sometimes you need fried food. Think about it, it gets cold starting in October, and you are drinking a few beers, what warms you up and goes great with a [...]

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