Miller’s Ale House Celebrates Summer with New All-American Summer Fest Menu; Restaurant Honors Local Civil Service Heroes

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Miller’s Ale House is excited to announce the launch of its All-American Summer Fest - a combination of freshly-made BBQ dishes with a twist, ice cold beer, delicious cocktails and a chance to win tickets to the Budweiser Made in America 2-day concert.

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“We wanted to draw on that and deliver a personal experience that reminds them of a summertime, backyard BBQ, amped up with 60 high definition TV’s and a selection of over 70 beers," said VP Marketing Allison Hill.

Miller’s Ale House is excited to announce the launch of its All-American Summer Fest - a combination of freshly-made BBQ dishes with a twist, ice cold beer, delicious cocktails and a chance to win tickets to the Budweiser Made in America 2-day concert.

For a limited time, guests can experience a variety of newly created, craveable menu items including Backyard BBQ Brisket Sliders, N’awlins Style Shrimp, Chopped BBQ Chicken Salad, Ale House-Made Ribs and Brisket Platter, Bourbon BBQ Shrimp Skewers, Corn on the Cob and a Fried Twinkie Split – all washed down with a tasty Watermelon Rita or an Orange Crush cocktail. The new menu items are value priced from $1.99 for the Corn on the Cob to $16.99 for the Ale House-Made Ribs and Brisket Platter.

True to Miller’s Ale House heritage of cultivating employee enthusiasm and loyalty, the staff contributed to the unique recipe development as part of the menu roll-out. Guests will enjoy the great food and feel a sense of community.

“Our guests describe Miller’s Ale House as their ‘neighbor’s home’, said Allison Hill, Vice President of Marketing. “We wanted to draw on that and deliver a personal experience that reminds them of a summertime, backyard BBQ, amped up with 60 high definition TV’s and a selection of over 70 beers. Now that’s an awesome neighbor.”

In addition to the new menu, Miller’s Ale House will honor local civil servant All-American heroes with a special treat and recognition. As part of Miller’s Ale House’s ongoing support to civil servants, police officers, firefighters and EMTs receive a 25% discount year-round.

For more information about Miller’s Ale House All-American Summer Fest, visit millersalehouse.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Miller’s Ale House Restaurants
The first Miller’s Ale House opened in 1988 in Jupiter, FL, based on a ‘come as you are’ environment that quickly became known for its freshly-made food, unmatched value, personalized experience and local camaraderie. Guests loved the concept and it soon opened 70 restaurants in over 10 states with overwhelming success. Now with over 6,000 employees and 325 managers, the employees remain at the heart of the company. It has also been recognized by Nation’s Restaurant News as one of the “Regional Powerhouses” for casual dining. Visit millersalehouse.com for more information.

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About the Made In America Sweepstakes
The Made in America sweepstakes is easy to enter. Guests can upload their favorite summertime photo to Instagram or Twitter under the #AllAmericanSummerEntry through August 2 to be eligible. Visit MillersAllAmericanSummer.com for more information.
Twitter: @MillersAleHouse
Instagram: @MillersAleHouse
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