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    Show me your Pabst!!

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    Here is one from this winter. No bikes were involved in the taking of this photo, just lots of leg work.

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    I love how this thread is right above the "to all you fixie hipsters" thread

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    I love how its not in the beer forum.

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    I don't get the PBR hype. It's pure swill. Must be a retro/bandwagon thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Fool Seven
    I don't get the PBR hype. It's pure swill. Must be a retro/bandwagon thing.
    I disagree - PBR is smooth.

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    Like water is smooth?

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    what is it with mountain bikers and beer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aKore
    what is it with mountain bikers and beer?

    I don't know. I don't get it either. Plus, isn't the PBR thing getting kinda stale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeylessChuck
    I don't know. I don't get it either. Plus, isn't the PBR thing getting kinda stale?
    I love me some PBR (especially with a lime - AKA the Brittany Special), but when the price goes up and it costs more than I can get other decent cheap beer it doesn't always land in my shopping cart.
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    Pabst is piss. Drink Dixie.

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    No pix, but finally broke down and bought a 12 pack for less than a sixer of good bottles. Since I've been unemployed for a year now, figured this was a good way to scale back the budget. I won't say that PBR is going to win any awards, but it is very refreshing especially on a hot day and after a tough ride. Can's can travel in my hydro pack and I don't have to worry about them breaking if I turtle on the trail, can't beat the price, reasonably smooth for cheap piss beer. Call me a convert.... now what did I do with my manpri's and mini u-lock?

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    PBR stem cap!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by messofzero
    I want a picture of the bike in the background.

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    I wish I still had this bad boy.

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    Pbr was selected as America's Best Tasting beer in 1893. It's on every can, now it is understood that most of us that drink it probably don't do much reading but it sure is good, smooth like water as a German Friend would say! hahha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badpichu
    Pbr was selected as America's Best Tasting beer in 1893. It's on every can, now it is understood that most of us that drink it probably don't do much reading but it sure is good, smooth like water as a German Friend would say! hahha
    Yep and while the rest of the beer in the world has gotten better since then, PBR has stayed the same and hasnt won any awards since then.

    I'll drink it when its $2.50 pitcher night. Miller High Life is a way better cheap beer than PBR.

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    Livin' the High Life!!!



    Schaffer beats them all. Load up with the weekender and all is good.

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    A little Arrogant Bastard Ale before a ride helps everyone ride better...


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