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    Mountain Bikers prefer PBR

    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].

    Guess I'm no longer a mountain biker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRA
    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].

    Guess I'm no longer a mountain biker.
    They must mean REAL mountain bikers, not poseurs like me and thee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRA
    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].

    Guess I'm no longer a mountain biker.
    They left out geologists....I know a fair number (including myself) that prefer pabst for field work. Durable, cheap and highly portable.
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    Oh, I thought you meant

    <a href="http://www.pbrnow.com/">the other PBR</a>, which was equally weird.

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    Well the appeal of a $3 twelver has tempted me countless times...

    PBR is good for quick, painless (until the morn), chug-a-thons.

    Other than that, it's basically beer water.
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    Good job! It is true

    PBR is one fine bev! Although at my local store, a 24 pack of Hamms is only $9.99, so thats now my DOC. Stay cool and keep your swerve!

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    Hey, PBR made out with first place in the <a href="http://www.singlespeedoutlaw.com/issue5/taproom.shtml">"budget brew review"</a> in SSO #5.

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    Sounds about right and....

    PBR cans also make good headwear!
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    Yuck!

    Quote Originally Posted by _K9_
    Hey, PBR made out with first place in the <a href="http://www.singlespeedoutlaw.com/issue5/taproom.shtml">"budget brew review"</a> in SSO #5.

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    Where are Hurl and Gene-O to defend PBR?

    PBR is right up there with America's finest. There is no greater joy in the world than ordering a $0.65 draft of PBR at the Silver Dollar in Ironwood, MI.

    Beer water? You couldn't have beer without water...me no get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soupboy
    PBR is right up there with America's finest. There is no greater joy in the world than ordering a $0.65 draft of PBR at the Silver Dollar in Ironwood, MI.

    Beer water? You couldn't have beer without water...me no get it.

    Sean
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    Beer has flavor.
    Water has none.
    Beer water, AKA PBR, has very little, if any.

    Dig?

    For me a good cheap one is the good old Champagne of Beers.
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    Interesting story...

    Quote Originally Posted by JRA
    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].

    Guess I'm no longer a mountain biker.
    Loved this quote:
    "People are really sick of the Budweiser-type marketing with naked girls and cars."

    Any guys here getting sick of seeing naked girls and cars?

    TD (Stone drinker)

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    The PBR Rocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddy
    the other PBR, which was equally weird.
    Those guys are tough! I grew up in a rodeo town (in high school you could letter in rodeo) and I love watching bull riding.

    If you get OLN check it out.

    TD (beer drinkin' rodeo lovin' single speeder)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDİ
    Loved this quote:
    "People are really sick of the Budweiser-type marketing with naked girls and cars."

    Any guys here getting sick of seeing naked girls and cars?

    TD (Stone drinker)
    I don't know what you are talking about, I have always enjoyed looking at the Budweiser girls. My dad used to work for Budweiser and he would bring me home all kinds of marketing propaganda from them; posters, T-shirts, lamps, neon lights, bud girls posters, hell he once brought home a poster of some bud girls nude :-)~ Funny think is, I can't drink anymore...if I were to drink, however, it would not be that goat piss Budweiser or Coors or Millers or even PBR, I would be scarfing down thick malt liquor micro brews. Instead my drinking career ended with much less glory by downing cheap vodka labeled "Vons"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy
    I don't know what you are talking about, I have always enjoyed looking at the Budweiser girls.
    I do too, the qoute was from the article.

    TD

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    We're not the only ones

    Who knew???
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    I wouldn't give that chemical-laden swill to my worst enemy.

    And it's not beer if it's made from corn and rice instead of malt. PBR is a good example of a bad beer-flavored alcoholic beverage.



    Quote Originally Posted by JRA
    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].

    Guess I'm no longer a mountain biker.

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    Pbr

    Quote Originally Posted by JRA
    Its true, I read it in today's Seattle Times - " ... punk rockers, people into bluegrass, kayakers and mountain bikers prefer Pabst Blue Ribbon ... over microbrews" [loose quote].
    Frank prefers it too....

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    "'Heineken'? F*ck that $h!t! 'Pabst Blue Ribbon'!"
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