Single-A Baseball — My favorite beer memory is taking my daughter to her first baseball game. Got her a glove and a hat. Saw the Wilmington Blue Rocks. It is a great beer memory because they sell Dogfish Head at those games. My wife and I enjoyed beer and sandwiches, and my daughter had lemonade and popcorn: a beautiful day, a good game, and a great memory.
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