Tilted Kilt Honors Military with ‘Grab Some Buds, Bring ‘Em Home’ Party | Tilted Kilt Pub

Tilted Kilt Honors Military with ‘Grab Some Buds, Bring ‘Em Home’ Party

December 30, 2011

Tilted Kilt, International Drive is hosting a party on Friday, December 30, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. to honor the military, giving locals an opportunity to meet soldier Tori Belbusti and thank her for her services. The celebration is a result of local resident Isaac Brail winning the “Grab Some Buds, Bring ‘Em Home” program, a joint effort of Tilted Kilt, Anheuser-Busch and AB/City Beverage. Brail won $2,500 in addition to being able to bring Belbusti home after he ordered a Budweiser at Tilted Kilt and gave the text-to-win code a shot. Tilted Kilt will be offering10% off for military patrons (all day with a military ID). All guests can enjoy free chips and salsa with any entrée order and 5 for $10 buckets (Bud, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra).

Not only did Brail get to bring Belbusti home, he also gets to invite 15 of he and Tori’s friends and family members to the Tiled Kilt to celebrate and enjoy free food and drinks. Tilted Kilt, International Drive will also have a videographer present to record a toast to Belbusti’s troop which will be sent to Germany along with both Titled Kilt and Budweiser merchandise.


Tilted Kilt is different than other sports bars because of its theme that combines Celtic décor, humorous limericks and sexy cast members with great food, drinks and fun. Currently with more than 50 units open, 20 under construction and 25 in development, the Tilted Kilt is known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen.” The original restaurant concept was developed in the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas in 2003. For more information, go to tiltedkilt.com

Belbusti is Brail’s closest military friend who he first met seven years ago through their co-ed fraternity built on the principal of community service. Belbusti, a very passionate soldier, has always been giving with a mindset of doing service; joining the military was just an extension of that to her regular life. She will temporarily be returning home from her current station in Germany.