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Pabst

General Beer Discussion by FISHBULB

I read a review by Clash, and he mentioned that Pabst was something of a trend. When I though about it he was right. There is a really cool bar in Lawrence where all sorts of people hang out from hippies, the occasioal frat boy who gets lost, lots of grad students, writers, and even greasers wearing cowboy boots (yes they are still around, greasers will always be cool). Anyway this bar sells $1 Pabst and is my drink of choice when Boulevard Pale is not on special. They must sell truck loads of Pabst every night. I have no ieda why it is so trendy all of a sudden, all my freinds now buy Pabst instead of High Life when they want a cheap beer.


18 years ago
# 9
# 9

In Reply To #9 Sierra Nevada is $6.99 (or more) a sixer in ATL and if you find it in a bar (not common) it's always over $4 a pint.

18 years ago
# 10
# 10

I can also get a 12 pk of Red Hook IPA and ESB for $8.00 before tax.

18 years ago
# 11
# 11

the other day i got a 12 of natty for just under 5.it was shibby

18 years ago
# 12
# 12

DIPPY
2350

DIPPY
2350

six pack of Koch's Golden for $2.95 is the best we've got today.

18 years ago
# 13
# 13

PKSMITH
7945

PBR....yummm....I remember the good old days of high school. Should I try it again? Several of my co-workers swear by it, and I just can't bring myself to try it again. Kinda like Mad-dog 20/20....or finding my thrill on Strawberry Hill.....or Nasty Light. Just can't bring myself to do it. Maybe a nice bottle of Listerine?

18 years ago
# 14
# 14

OIZNOP
14362

OIZNOP
14362

In Reply To #5 when will a better than average product become a national favorite? Ever hear of Sam Adams and Yeungling?

This message was edited by oiznop at 4/4/2004 10:38:23 PM.

18 years ago
# 15
# 15

In Reply To #1 15 or 20 years ago PBR was the thing. Good to know its coming around again. Wow from Red neck to trendy who would have thunk it

18 years ago
# 16
# 16

In Reply To #16 Its still a bottom feeder in the beer chain

18 years ago
# 17
# 17

It seems like every coffee house, ratty-shoe-ill-fitting-pants-wearing hippster in this area now drinks PBR. I think it brings out a true working class proletariat feeling in them. A way to rebel against their rich parents... sort of. Maybe I should write a term paper on PBR, and the contrasting socioeconomic posisitions it holds in society. ;)

18 years ago
# 18
# 18

In Reply To #8 i have never had sierra nevada, but i'll tell you right now i will take budweiser over Pabst BR ANYDAY

18 years ago
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