Summer is over and by now you've probably winterized the boat and camper for the season. However, just because the temps are dropping, it doesn't mean that Montanans stop having good times. You can still fill those coolers up with the ridiculously refreshing taste of Twisted Tea. And everybody knows that Twisted Tea is a guaranteed hit at tailgate parties.

Credit: Coleman, Gist.com

WIn "Twist Up Your Tailgate" Twisted Tea Prize Packs from 103.7 The Hawk.

Twisted Tea hooked us up with some sweet loot. Two winners will each receive a Coleman RoadTrip X-Cursion propane stove, a Ventura portable reclining seat (similar to the one shown above, only in black) as well as two folding camp chairs. Coleman describes their grill,

This portable grill with collapsible steel scissor legs and a low-profile design make moving it around as easy as flipping a burger, while the rugged, off-road wheels handle almost any terrain. Once you're at your grill site, 285 sq. in. of porcelain-coated, cast iron grills are waiting for anything you can throw at them.

I once worked for a radio station that had this exact grill and it was super easy to fold up and transport to events. It'd be great for your next tailgate party, hunting trip, or for summer fun next spring.

Photo by Michael Foth, Townsquare Media

Here's how to enter.

Must be 21+. You have until 11:59 pm on October 28th to enter. Two winners will be selected at random from all entries received and the winners will be notified by phone on Friday, October 29th. Winners must claim their prizes at our office at 27 N 27th St, 23rd Floor, Billings MT (the DoubleTree Hotel). We'll never sell or spam your info (cause we're not jerks). Good luck!

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