This week's All-Star Game required guesswork and logistics. He had to figure out not only what and how much to order, but where to store the extra beer for the bigger crowds in days leading up to the event.
Based on what he usually sells before
Out-of-town fans often want to sample local craft brews as well.
"For baseball, it's beers, beers, beers," Burns said. "There's nothing better than a cold beer on a warm day, right?"
When the game is over, the customers want the harder liquor. "You get full on beer, you've got to get some shots in you," Burns explained.
Nor could he explain the most popular drink for female
Concertgoers come with preferences, too.
Country crowds, such as those that packed the ballpark for
The crowd favorite for the
Burns said he will order up a variety of potent potables for the event, including nicer wines for fans at the older end of Sir Paul's fan base.
"They know what they want, and they have the money to get it," he said.
Apparently, age has some privileges.
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