Slice and pack up burger toppings in advance for easy access throughout the tailgate. Shape and pack up burger patties between sheets of wax paper the night before, too.
Did you know? The Packers franchise was officially granted on Aug. 27, 1921 — 95 years ago!
As the Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers, Festival Foods provides the “Official Hamburger of Lambeau Field” (the fan-favorite Festy Burger) and the “Official Deli Meat of Lambeau Field.”
At Festival Foods, we live and breathe football food. In fact, we're proud to be the Grocery and Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers.
Nothing screams football like a crisp Wisconsin-brewed craft beer. Titletown Brewing Co. brewer Sam Hennessee got inspiration from brandy, oak chips and apples for his Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival firkin.
Before the pros kick-off, rally your teammates for some backyard competition. Toss around a football or play a game of cornhole!
Surfaces are scarce when tailgating. Attach magnets to your koozies so that you can just attach them to the car when you need two hands for that juicy Festy Burger.
Ah cheese — it looks just as great resting on our noggins as it tastes in our mouths. Hear from the master cheesemakers at BelGioioso behind the award winning American Grana where it’s made.
...for the Green Bay Packers in the 'big game' (Super Bowl I) was a 35-10 victory over Kansas City on Jan. 15, 1967.
American Football grew out of English sports such as rugby and soccer and became popular on American college campuses in the late 1800s.
In case you didn't know, Festival Foods is the Grocery and Tailgating Headquarters of the Green Bay Packers. And that means we know meat. From bacon cheddar Festy Burgers to juicy Oktoberfest Brats, you won't leave hungry.
The Packers first official season was in 1921. At that time, they were known as the Acme Packers of Green Bay and were now in the big leagues – sort of. Green Bay was the smallest city in the league when it joined that year — and has been ever since.