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Caliente’s, Sheetz jump on Black Friday ‘special’ bandwagon

Mary Pickels
Courtesy of Calient Pizza & Drafthouse
Caliente Pizza & Draft House’s Bloomfield location will open at 7 a.m. on Black Friday, offering Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout and four variations on tap.
Courtesy of Sheetz
Sheetz is launching a contest awarding 600 winners a bottle of its limited edition Boom Boom sauce on Black Friday.

For those uninterested in Black Friday shopping, or who need a little liquid courage before — or after — Caliente Pizza & Drafthouse will open its 4624 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield, store at 7 a.m.

On tap will be five Goose Island Bourbon County beers available at Caliente this year, including County Stout, County Café de Olla Stout, County Wheatwine Ale, County Mon Cheri Stout and Vanilla Bourbon County (2018), according to a release.

Food options at the Bloomfield site will begin at 8 a.m.

All other Caliente locations will be open regular hours, 11 a.m.-11 p.m., and will serve bottled Goose Island Bourbon County Stout while supplies last.

Get your Boom Boom here

Also adding a little kick to Black Friday is Sheetz, kicking off a contest to give away its popular Boom Boom sauce to 600 contestants, in honor of opening its 600th store in December.

The contest is inspired by high customer demand and social media tributes to the sauce, according to a release.

The 16-ounce bottles will not be available online or in stores, the release adds.

The contest runs through 11:59 a.m. Dec. 6, and is open only to those with MySheetz Cards.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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