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Super Bowl bets

Postby Beaver » Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:12 pm

This is almost enough to make me root for the Steelers so Walker doesn't get all these goodies. ... etail.html

Walker’s bet includes the following exceptional Wisconsin products:

# A block of extra aged Pleasant Ridge Reserve cheese made by Uplands Cheese in Dodgeville.
# One bottle of Rehorst Premium Milwaukee Vodka and One bottle of Roaring Dan’s Maple Flavored Rum from Great Lakes Distillery in Milwaukee.
# Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery near Green Bay will provide a half case of Frozen Tundra Wine, and a half case of Tundra Red wine.
# A 3 pound chocolate football, hollowed out and filled with handmade chocolates from Seroogy’s in De Pere.
# One pair of Koss QZ/900 noise canceling headphones made by Koss.
# Silver Spring Foods has provided an assortment of mustard including Beer ‘n Brat and Whole Grain Mustard, and Sassy Horseradish Sauce, Prepared Horseradish and Cocktail Sauce. Silver Spring Foods is based out of Eau Claire.
# The Door County Peninsula Winery is providing a bottle of Peninsula Red and Peninsula White wine.
# Two cases of beer from Miller Coors.
# A gift pack from Usinger’s Famous Sausage containing Bratwurst, Knackwurst, Wieners, Kielbasa and Usinger’s very own Sauerkraut.

Corbett has wagered:

# Café Excellence Coffee
# PA Honey
# PA Maple Syrup
# Seltzers, Double Smoked meat
# Salty Snack, Bachman
# PA Mushrooms
# Hard Pretzels, Hammonds
# Miller’s Mustard
# Wolfgang Chocolate
# Maser Pantry Jelly & Jam
# Kelchner’s hot mustard
# PA Wine
# Boyd and Blair Vodka
# Heinz Ketchup
# PA Apples
# Sarris Candies
# Asher’s Chocolates
# Penn Pilsner Beer
# Smiley Face Cookies from Eat N Park Restaurant

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Re: Super Bowl bets

Postby c02 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:51 pm

I get Millers is brewed here but it's owned by a Canadian company. It would have been cool to see a locally owned and brewed brand but it's cool enough seeing all of the other Wisconsin products. Some of them, like the rum, I've never heard of.

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