From 2002 through 2004 the Krazy Flats facility consisted of a small shed with a hole cut as a window to sell ice and cold beer in the Flats. In the later years, a few Krazy Flats t-shirts were sold through the window.
In 2005, one hundred Friends of Krazy Flats contributed $100 each and CASI built the Krazy Flats Saloon, right in the middle of the Terlingua International Chili Championship's spectator camping area, as a second concession area and gathering place to stay cool and enjoy your favorite beverage. Ken Rodd was the first Mayor of Krazy Flats.
In 2012, with the financial donation from Bruce Foods, the Si Brown/Original Louisiana Hot Sauce Pavilion was added as home to many activities in the Krazy Flats area of Rancho CASI de los Chisos. When Southeastern Mills purchased the Louisiana Hot Sauce brand, they continued the support of the Krazy Flats Pavilion.
San Angelo Cookers
Mild Bill Spices
Colorado Chili Pod
A J Glass
Mary Ann Richardson
Join your family and friends
Come for the Party ----
Stay for the Chili
There is no age limit on having fun and Krazy Flats is the fun place, either at the Krazy Flats Saloon or at Wally's Pole and Grill.
Krazy Flats Souvenirs
Each year there is a different limited edition tee shirt available at the
Krazy Flats concession stand.
Here the staff shows off an early edition.
Not everybody brings their motorhome or
trailer. Some bring a tee pee
and others bring more
CASI is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization of the Internal Revenue Code-EIN-74-2330479 Contributions are deductible under section 170 of the IRS Code. We receive tax-deductible bequests, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106,or 2522.