Tampa Bay brewery pays up after Stanley Cup bet

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It took five months, but a Tampa Bay brewery is finally paying up on its bet with a Chicagoland brewery after a Stanley Cup wager. Cigar City Brewery teamed up with 3floyds for a decidedly Blackhawks beer.

Earlier in the month, the two breweries showcased the appropriately named “Florida Man Loses Bet” rye American Black ale. The name, of course, comes from the popular Twitter account @FloridaMan.

Unlike so many of the bets between city mayors or other politicians, this seems like a wager everyone can get behind, even those on the losing end. The beer is available at both breweries and some local spots.

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