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Where to Buy Pink Pineapple

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Pineapple is delicious on its own, but what if we told you that pink pineapple was a thing? Well, say hello to your wildest dreams, because pink pineapple does exist, and it’s even more beautiful than we could imagine. And the best part? You can order your own right now! The unique fruit is new from Fresh Del Monte, and they’re available to buy exclusively online. Yep, that’s right — your piña colada game is about to get even better.

The Pinkglow Pineapple is unique for a number of reasons, though its gorgeous pink coloring is obviously the most eye-catching. On the outside, a Pinkglow pineapple looks just like any other, but when you cut it open, it has a mouth-watering, beautiful pink glow (hence the name Pinkglow pineapple!). Along with its unique coloring, these pineapples are also sweeter and juicier than traditional pineapples, and they boast “notes of candy aromatics.” And if all of this wasn’t special enough, these pineapples are grown in ultralimited batches, and they’re a whopping 16 years in the making! As mentioned before, they’re available to order exclusively online and can be shipped anywhere in the United States, with the exception of Hawaii. They typically cost $49, but prices are subject to change. Dessert-lovers, rejoice — it just got a whole lot sweeter!

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Plumbers in Memphis | Crucial Questions to Ask Before Paying for Service

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Don’t try to DIY before calling the professional plumbers in Memphis, TN because the integrity of your home may depend on it. Instead, understand what a plumber does and why they charge so much for services. Then, ask all the right questions to get hooked up with the best possible option.

Reasons to pay the plumbers in Memphis

Paying for professional plumbing services can be extremely expensive but it’s almost always necessary. That’s because it’s illegal to plumb without a license in Tennessee, so experts must go through intense training to do the job right. Their skills and expertise can help prevent accidents and damage while also giving you peace of mind.

Service fees are used for a wide variety of purposes and estimates are almost always free. Most of the time, you only pay for the installations, repairs, and equipment needed to complete the project. Still, each company is different so it’s important to ask the right questions.

5 questions for the plumber you hire

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Asking the right questions will get you the best answers, so listen up. Here are 5 crucial questions to ask before spending any money:

Also, be sure to talk to your neighbors because they can tell you things that a plumbing company can’t (or won’t).

Special considerations about the plumbers in Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee is a mountainous region with a landscape that can make plumbing difficult. Because of that, it’s important to give your professionals enough time to formulate a plan and execute it safely. While you may get a tentative timeline for your project, keep in mind that unexpected things can happen. Talk to your team about possible hiccups and issues before signing a service contract.

TIP: Try to understand your plumbing problem as much as possible so you can provide your team with an accurate description of the problem.

Paying for plumbing services might not be in the budget but at least you know there’s someone who’s ready and willing to help. Hiring from the pool of plumbers in Memphis can be tough because of all the competition. Yet, some companies still manage to stand out from the rest. Find them by asking the right questions then take one step closer to project success.

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Pabst Brings New York City’s Schaefer Lager Back to Life

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I live a few blocks from the baseball-playing ghosts of Sandy Koufax, Gil Hodges, and Jackie Robinson, legendary members of the dearly departed Brooklyn Dodgers. The major league baseball team played at Ebbets Field from 1913 until 1957, when the team went west to become the Los Angeles Dodgers, now playing for another World Series title.

Developers destroyed Ebbets Field in 1960 to build a sprawling apartment complex, no trace of the ballpark left, a sign warning people that no ballplaying is allowed. I often visit the adjoining Jackie Robinson Playground with my daughter, Violet, who clambers across the equipment that’s painted a rich Dodger blue.

She swings across the monkey bars while I sit on a bench, maybe writing, sometimes drinking beer. Call it tradition. Decades back, Dodgers fans likely parked themselves in the same place, rooting for the home team while drinking Schaefer lager.

The F.&M. Schaefer Brewing Co. opened in New York City in 1842, producing brisk-drinking, cold-aged lagers that fast found a following. The brewery expanded in Manhattan before selling its valuable real estate and opening in Brooklyn in 1916. The brewery survived Prohibition by brewing near beer, as well as dyes and ice, emerging strong and selling 1 million barrels of beer by 1938.

Schaefer ran a big ad on the Ebbets Field scoreboard, and letters “h” or “e” lit up if a batted ball resulted in a hit or error. In the 1950s, Schaefer became the country’s fifth-biggest brewery, and it expanded capacity by opening breweries in Albany; Baltimore; and near Allentown, PA. It shuttered its Brooklyn plant in 1976, and Stroh Brewery bought the company in 1981. Pabst Brewing gobbled the brand in 1999, and Schaefer has since limped along like some sort of lager zombie, not quite alive, not quite dead.

Just in time for Halloween, Pabst Brewing is bringing Schaefer back to life in New York City. Like any reboot, this one looks different. Instead of opening a brick-and-mortar operation in the five boroughs, Pabst outsourced Schaefer production to family owned F.X. Matt Brewing, in Utica. That’s nearly 250 miles northwest of New York City.

It’s a fresh start, which is good because my memories of drinking Schaefer during my 20s are fuzzy. The lager was sold cheap, canned, and cold, typically paired with a slug of bottom-shelf bourbon at some downtown dive. To me, Schaefer was “the one to have when you’re having more than one,” as the old slogan goes, mainly because cans ran around $2.

That Schaefer is gone, including its 4.6 percent ABV and dad-beer branding. The new logo is clean and retro, the brewery’s name styled in slanting curvaceous script that would look grand in neon. Pabst also reformulated the recipe and lowered the ABV to 3.8 percent, a move I’m not mad at.

As I often tell folks, getting drunk is easy. Maintaining while drinking is the real skill.

But the reborn Schaefer drinks somewhat thin, verging on watery, with an enduring bitterness that needs more balancing sweetness. The flavor should matter as much as the backstory and branding. Overall, the revived lager is ideal for brainless drinking while grilling, streaming Netflix, or watching some distant Dodgers play baseball.

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Winners, losers from SF 49ers Week 6 win vs. LA Rams

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Brandon Aiyuk #11 of the San Francisco 49ers with teammate Kendrick Bourne #84 (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

The SF 49ers defeated the LA Rams on Sunday Night Football. Niner Noise looks at the winners and losers from the statement victory.

What’s more thrilling: A roller coaster or the SF 49ers start to the 2020 season? They seem to be the same thing: Ups and downs, twists and turns. You just never know what’s happening next.

But on Sunday Night Football, in another must-win game, the SF 49ers defeated the LA Rams 24-16, bringing our roller coaster ride to its peak.

The 49ers needed to win this game for many reasons. They were embarrassed by the Miami Dolphins the previous week and, two weeks ago in prime time, they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles. Both games were at Levi’s Stadium. But this is a divisional match-up. A loss would’ve been unacceptable.

Headed into the game there were thousands of questions surrounding the team. They answered many of them. The main question mark was the play of the offensive line, a unit which has struggled mightily. It answered the call.

Another question was the health of quarterback . He seemed relatively fine and had his best game of the year. The body language on Garoppolo was positive all night.

The Rams came into the night with a 4-1 record, but all the wins came against non-NFC West teams. Nonetheless, they looked like the Rams of 2018, which might’ve given the SF 49ers a reason to get up and play.

Lead by interior defensive lineman Aaron Donald, the Rams never got much going on defence. They didn’t get much going on offence either. And it’s all thanks to the SF 49ers playing their best game of the year.

Let’s take a look at the winners and losers (yes, there a couple) from the Niners’ important Week 6 victory.

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