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Green Bay cheese vs. S.F. beer: Mayors make bets

12:40 PM, Jan. 10, 2013  |  Comments
Some Anchor Steam Beer is on the line when the Green Bay Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers Saturday. San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee bet beer, sourdough bread and TCHO chocolates that the 49ers will win.
Some Anchor Steam Beer is on the line when the Green Bay Packers take on the San Francisco 49ers Saturday. San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee bet beer, sourdough bread and TCHO chocolates that the 49ers will win.
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San Francisco beer, sourdough bread and chocolate are headed for Green Bay if the Packers defeat this 49ers this weekend.

But if the 49ers prevail, folks in San Francisco will enjoy some Green Bay cheese, wine and chocolates, as well as a free pass to the Children's Museum of Green Bay.

That is the wager that has been placed between Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt and his counterpart, Mayor Edwin Lee of San Francisco.

The wager will be decided by the Packers-49ers game Saturday night in the NFC divisional playoff game at Candlestick Park.

Among the products on the line are Captain's Walk wine, Seroogy's chocolates and Renard's Cheese Store & Deli curds from Green Bay, versus Anchor Steam Beer, San Francisco sourdough bread and TCHO chocolates from out there.

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