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March 20, 2011


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I'm a Schlitzer, myself.

Queen of the Weezils

Call me crazy, but I drink beer that *tastes good*. That eliminates Pabst for sure.


The jingle used to be on television all the time--"What'll you have? Pabst Blue Ribbon.
What'll you have? Pabst Blue Ribbon. What'll you have? Pabst Blue Ribbon. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer! Smoother, smoother, smoother flavor. Zest & sparkle millions savor. Taste that smoother, smoother flavor. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer!"


You never mention if people drank the PBR or not...


A few diehards did, at around 1 a.m. when the rest was gone. But we still have some - do you want it? A friend of ours was excited to drink it when he stopped by. Reminded him of high school...

mistah charley, ph.d.

Back when I frequently drank beer, I read that Schlitz was the best-tasting "popular price"(i.e. low-rung, formerly advertised) brand - in Consumer Reports or the beer equivalent. Certainly it was as good as Bud, although Double-X was probably tastier.

Now I get high on the real thing - a clean windshield, a shoe shine, and a full tank of gasoline. Since gas prices are up, I'm breaking even, despite saving money on beer.

Lady Grey

Um, hello, those who are now 30-something hipsters drank PBR as 20-something hipsters, and probably still do amongst their friends.

Milwaukee's Best

At least it wasn't Milwaukee's Best!

David H.

When I was living in Israel, Budweiser first became available there, and was instantly popular because it was American. I had to patiently explain that I didn't want to drink it because in America it was cheap beer.

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