Keystone Light presents a half-hood car grill
It’s not a car, it’s a grid!
If there are two things guys like to show off, it’s their cars and their grills. Now a beer company combines the two for one lucky fan.
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Keystone Light announced that they have teamed up with Nascar driver Brad Keselowski and his driver to create a grid / race car. In a press release, the company revealed its creation, which it calls “the sweetest grill in the world.”
Also, while the grille was made with racing car parts and looks like a car, it is a grille and not a car.
Robert Brewer, Associate Marketing Director of Keystone Light, said: “We’re thrilled that the Keystone Light Wrapped # 2 ‘Blue Deuce’ is making its Memorial Day weekend debut in Charlotte just when most grills are doing it. their summer debut. Now Brad Keselowski and Keystone Light fans can take their fandom to the next level – from the track to the backyard as a grill master of their own “Blue Deuce”. “
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Keystone Light fans can enter the company’s website before June 1. The grill features a cooking zone built into the hood of a car, a bluetooth speaker, is mounted on car wheels and can be connected by a tow hitch so that it can be driven from location to location. the other. .
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“When I’m not at the wheel of the race my favorite summer pastime is getting behind the grill and cooking for my friends and family and now fans have the option to combine the two,” said Brad Keselowski. “I know the Blue Deuce fandom is real, so it’s pretty amazing to bring it to life off the track with a fully loaded, hatchback-ready barbecue version of what I’ll be driving on Sunday.