Bellmonte Life apologized for the snafu, citing small ovens that broke under the stress of rabid demand. Even so, the company wasn't exactly humble about its shortcomings, writing in a statement that "overzealous appetites" ultimately made the festival a disaster.
“Despite the best efforts of our team preparing the pizzas in the smaller ovens, the flow of pizzas was slower than intended," the company said. "In contrast to claims that there were not enough pizzas, this was not the case. Our team was hard at work to ensure that everyone was able to sample pizzas. However, it was unfortunate that the queues grew due to some overzealous appetites, preventing others to be able to enjoy the food.”
Luckily, for posterity's sake, attendees aired their grievances on Twitter, and according to photos of the long, miserable lines, it doesn't appear that anyone was "able to enjoy the food."