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  1. Red Cypress, Hourglass and Crooked Can are probably the best of the bunch. Orlando is no Tampa Bay when it comes to breweries.
  2. Columbus brewing co. That's all you need. https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/341/?sort=revsD&view=beers This one might be worth a look too https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/37078/?sort=revsD&view=beers
  3. Civil Society Pulp. Crowler hour.
  4. Sorry man. Orlando is the one city in FL I'd pay to never have to go to. It's turrible.
  5. And the theme of First Timers just keeps rolling. The San Francisco 49ers were reportedly considering two candidates for their special teams coordinator vacancy. The first was Chicago Bears assistant special teams coach Richard Hightower, who was reportedly their top candidate, and the second was Atlanta Falcons assistant special teams coach Eric Sutulovich. According to Adam Caplan of ESPN, Hightower will get the job. 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan and Hightower were teammates at the University of Texas and then served on the same staffs with the Houston Texans (2006-08), Washington Redskins (2010-13), and Cleveland Browns (2014). While Hightower has never been a coordinator, he has been a member of the 49ers coaching staff before. He served as the team's assistant special teams coach in 2015. During that season with the 49ers, Hightower helped the punt coverage unit rank eighth in the NFL allowing just 6.4 yards per return, while working with rookie punter Bradley Pinion. Kicker Phil Dawson was 10th in the NFL with an 88.9 field goal percentage, which tied for the fourth-highest percentage of his 17-year career. Hightower joined the Chicago staff in January of 2016.
  6. Here ya go folks. A 15 minute Skype interview with Kirsten a local radio station in Tampa posted this morning. "Kirstin joins us live via skype from her apartment to discuss her appearances on the game show and the sensational internet reaction to her girl-next-door hotness that has nerds across the globe professing their love all over the inter-webs!" http://www.theboneonline.com/news/kirstin-cutts-nerdy-hot-jeopardy-girl/AOCZV3LlNavNujDpz8BpaP/ edit: Shes full screen at 2:50 in
  7. You guys are all techie. Old school metal pipe here, no screen.
  8. Another Peak Brewing Stormy Oat IPA. Great change of pace from the local stuff, and the bottles are pretty cool.
  9. Kyle Shanahan will be calling the offensive plays as the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. That makes it unnecessary to formally announce an offensive coordinator for the team. What the 49ers will have is a run game specialist and that man will be Mike McDaniel, who previously served as an offensive assistant with the Atlanta Falcons. McDaniel spent the past two seasons serving under Shanahan with the Falcons and has been rumored as a potential candidate to join the 49ers in some role. He spent the 2014 season as the wide receivers coach with the Cleveland Browns, again under Shanahan. Prior to joining the staff in Cleveland, he spent three seasons with the Washington Redskins, starting as an offensive assistant in 2011 before being promoted to wide receivers coach in 2013.
  10. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/18678842/san-francisco-49ers-likely-hire-robert-saleh-new-dc San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan is expected to hire former Jacksonville Jaguars linebackers coach Robert Saleh as his defensive coordinator, a source told ESPN. Saleh, 38, coached the Jaguars linebackers for the past three seasons. Saleh, who worked with Shanahan during their time with the Houston Texans, interviewed for the 49ers defensive coordinator job over the weekend. Another source told ESPN that 49ers head-coaching candidate Tom Cable had Saleh on his list of potential assistant coaches had Cable gotten the job. Cable and Saleh worked together with the Seattle Seahawks for three seasons.
  11. Does it really matter?
  12. http://i.imgur.com/hXTAVHJ.jpg