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Friday, November 17, 2017


Every year about this time, I end up in Ft. Myers, FL to compete in the annual Roy Hobbs World Series, a national amateur adult/senior baseball (hard ball not softball) tournament.  Teams play all over the Ft. Myers area (sorry, we missed a lot of great breweries in Cape Coral).  But we stick close to the ball fields.

As a member of a senior mens team called the San Diego Padres, we’re very proud to have won our division twice: 2015 and 2016.  As defending champions, we’re looking for a Three-peat and we’re confident we’ll emerge victorious, again.

And, a baseball game only takes three hours so that leaves a lot of time to explore the Ft. Myers area in search of outstanding craft beer breweries.

From past experience we’ve had good times and good fresh craft beer at the following places:

Beer hearse from Bury Me Brewing, Ft. Myers, FL
Near Downtown Ft. Myers ballparks:
--Millennial Brewing Company, 1811 Royal Palm Ave., 239.271.2255.
--Bury Me Brewing, 4224 S. Cleveland Ave., 239.332.2337
--Old Soul Brewing, 10970 S. Cleveland Ave., 239. 334.4334,

Toward the Beaches
--Point Ybel Brewing Co., 16120 San Carlos Ave., 239.603.6535

Near Jet Blue Stadium

--Ft. Myers Brewing Company, 12811 Commerce Lakes Dr.,  239.313.6576
Roy Hobbs annual World Series, senior adult mens baseball at Jet Blue Stadium, Ft. Myers, FL. Batter  is Tom Shess with the defending champion San Diego Padres team from San Diego, November 2016.

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