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Broncos, Centerplate announce new concessions options, concourse features

Posted Aug 21, 2017

The new food options include a chili cheese dog with Mark Schlereth's sauce, and more pizza variety.

The Broncos announced a new lineup of food and drink options, as well as enhancements to the concourse restrooms, ADA seating lifts and recently installed Mamava lactation suite.

Blitz burger ($10.00)

Locally sourced beef from Gold Canyon Ranch, Colorado. The half-pound burger starts with two fresh quarter-pound all-natural-beef patties, topped with American cheese and a freshly prepared house-made “United in Orange” bacon onion jam created in collaboration with Breckenridge Brewery. The burger is enjoyed on a locally baked Challah bun.

Chicken wings ($8.00 - 6 pc; $12.00 - 10 pc)

In partnership with Breckenridge Brewery and TABASCO®, the following four unique sauces (Classic Buffalo, Sweet Chili & TABASCO®, Honey Sriracha BBQ and Breckenridge Mango Mosaic Habanero) are now available. Wings are served with ranch or blue Cheese dipping sauce and celery.

Garlic parmesan ranch fries ($6.00)

Crispy fries, hand tossed and coated with a unique blend of ranch seasoning and Garlic Parmesan sauce.

Street taco trio ($9.00)

Building off the success of the street taco trio, in collaboration with Breckenridge Brewery, each trio of tacos comes complete with choice of beef barbacoa or seasoned chicken, cilantro-lime aioli, pickled onion, fresh jalapenos and a new “United in Orange Pale Ale” pickled slaw. The slaw preserves traditional pickling flavors while adding a touch of zing.

Denver chili cheese dog ($6.00)

The classic stadium dog smothered with spicy nacho cheese and a helping of former Bronco Mark Schlereth’s “Stinkin' Good!" green chile sauce.

Increased pizza variety ($7.50)

Enhancing our popular giant slice of pizza lineup, two new pizza toppings — Colorado green chili chicken and pork sausage — have been added to the menu.

Egg rolls ($3.00)

A new addition to the teriyaki bowl concept, crispy pork and vegetable egg rolls will be served with hot mustard, sweet and sour, and soy sauce.

Gyros ($9.00)

Traditional Greek style gyros served on warmed pita bread with sweet red onions, cucumbers and a creamy tzatziki sauce.

In addition, new healthy options have been added to the menu and include:

Gluten-free vegetable snack trays ($8.00)

Carrots, celery and sugar snap peas accompanied by hummus dip or ranch dip.

Gluten-free turkey hoagie ($9.00)

A locally produced gluten-free bun with tender smoked turkey breast, cheddar cheese slices and condiments.

Specialty entree salads ($9.00)

These all-in-one salad options are cranberry walnut, Italian chopped and organic spring feta cheese. The salads will be available at all Mile High Pie and Fan Stands locations throughout the stadium.

UNITED IN ORANGE 2.0

United in Orange 2.0 pale ale is an exciting collaboration between Breckenridge Brewery, Centerplate and the Broncos. Brewed with orange juice and orange peel, it salutes the orange and blue.

Mandarina hops reveal aromas of tangerine and citrus which complement the juicy orangeness. Additional hops provide balance to the subtle sweet character of pale malt and orange juice. Its crisp, hoppy finish cleanses the palate.

Fans can find the United in Orange 2.0 on tap on each level of the stadium and in the signature Breckenridge Brewery bar in the South Stands.