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REALLY? PBR is the beer to be seen with in a flanel shirt... come on. Whoever wrote this really need to take a look a the craft beer scene. My recommendation, but down the BMC products... yes, including the ones they don;t want you to know are BMC and experience the variety that has finally returned to the american beer drinker.
You want to know what's cool to drink? Whatever the "bleep" you like best...if that's PBR, so be it. Some people find a beer they like and never try another... some like variety and realize that there is a beer for every mood and mood for every food. I sit more on that side, but REALLY... PBR?
Better yet...go all grain homebrewer and now you have a beer custom made to fit to your prefs. Doesn't get any better than that.
Really?!? Urban Outfiters?!? Though investments from "hipsters" may be likely, you won't be finding mine there, anytime soon. Ultra extremist CEO and Co-Founder, Richard Hayne, took over from Glen Stenk (Stank is also very extremist) this past January, and has blazed a trail of supporting oppression of basic human rights, environmental health, and any type of metered human value. Yeah, real "Hipster" there. What's worse is that Urban Outfitters, at one time, was a trail-blazer in urban hip-ness. I still see clueless people amassing in their stores, picking up any kitchy item they can; without any knowledge of what this organization supports at their core. Sad, so sad.
By the way, if you consider yourself a "hipster", does that automatically make you "unhip"? LOL.
Hipsters are nothing more than sheep.
Correction - sheep have more brain power & free will than hipsters.
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Pabst sold it's name to an unknown corporation about 2 years ago, remaining a brewed product of Miller Coors. The othe un named brews are Schlitz (1960's recipe which was number 1 for decades until they sold and moved from Milwaukee and reformulated) And Old Style with the Kroisoning process.
It is my guess they will be swollowed up by Miller Coors, and will suffer the same fate as other companies which took up a niche of the market .... Gettleman Beer for example, had 5 great beers.
Their $1000 dollar beer was called Milwaukee's best beer, and after time, they changed the name to Milwaukee's Best beer...1968, Miller bought Gettleman, and only Gettleman was sold, until 1970, and then discontinued.
The Milwaukee's Best came back, around the time Ice Beer was making it's debut. It has a higher alcohol content thn regular beer...and it is much cheaper to make.
wow this article is bull, hipsters pop xanax so they should invest in pfeizer, hipsters only eat from farmers markets and whole foods, They only listen to emo and new wave music on pandora, and screw having a GOOD beer, they'll have a Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Its easy to stereotype a subculture, and I know that these stereotypes emerge from certain truths,
but this article just made all the wrong assumptions. Washington DC is crawling with "hipster" types, who are more interested in listening to a variety of music on a PC, or shopping at a department store cause they don't want to spend $100 on a shirt. Xanax is not their little helper, it's WEED! Its a cult classic isn't it? And Whole Foods is expensive too, so I see a lot of hipsters shop at a normal grocery store, for normal food.
Whoever wrote this article should watch Glee or Gleep or whatever that frickin show is where the kids sing and dance about social tolerance.
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look a the craft beer scene. My recommendation, but down the BMC products... yes, including the ones they don;t want you to know are BMC and experience the variety that has finally returned to the american beer drinker.
You want to know what's cool to drink? Whatever the "bleep" you like best...if that's PBR, so be it. Some people find a beer they like and never try another... some like variety and realize that there is a beer for every mood and mood
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