Before the advent of “couchgating” sports fans were forced to fend the outdoors if they were to participate in a “gate.” Hence, “tailgating” became a necessary aspect of twentysomethings, alumni, and crazed sports fans across America. A tradition born from the resourceful and the DIY sports scene, where ungodly amounts of meat are cooked on the hinged backsides of trucks.
Well, if tailgating were actually a sport, rather than a para-sport, Gus’s BBQ Smoker Trailer is the LeBron James, or Messi, of the sport. The trailer, a moveable, rentable behemoth, boasts a tapped keg, an iPod dock, and the ability to smoke, BBQ, or whatever the hell else you want to do with a quarter ton of meat. And, in case you don’t actually have tickets to the game you are tailgating, cause you spent it all on the rental, it comes equipped with a 50-inch satellite TV. Sometimes reality can blow my mind and my stomach.