Tailgating, or as the Berserkers define it
"the act of mentally and physically preparing oneself for a Vikings
football game" is one of this country's best traditions. To the
Berserkers, tailgating means means driving a van, or beaten down truck
to Washington Avenue with a gas grill, field goal posts, six pounds of
beef, pork or brats, and several cases of Minnesota's finest brew and
bottles of Schnapps. According to our adopted Uncle Joe Kahn, Tailgating
"The last great American neighborhood - the tailgating
neighborhood. Where no one locks their doors, everyone is happy to see
you and all are together sharing fun, food and football!It's families.
It's fans. It's a community social. It's pre-game, halftime, post-game
and more. It's the total game day experience!"
The Berserkers believe
that you can tailgate with anyone (except maybe Lambeau Field Packer
fans, who refuse to acccept that there are NFL teams with loyal fans who
might actually like to visit their house without animosity) as long as
you respect their loyalty and are willing to share space in the same
We always try to be good ambassadors for Vikings fans
throughout the nation, and take our "Tailgating Attitude" all over the
country. We love our homefield tailgate and will be more than happy to
share our "turf" with NFL fans who share the same tailgating philosophy.
Through our experiences we collected many tips to tailgating and stories
to share. This is the section of the web page where you can read about