HAPPY 4TH OF JULY

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  1. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    The Pops-in-Law drinks Pabst Genuine Draft (even copied the gold/black colors). Of course never thought he was 'counter-culture', just a connossieur of cheap beer. Now Stroh's...there is a name I haven't heard in a long time, brings back road trips to Wisconsin Dells.
     
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  2. Team_of_McBrides

    Team_of_McBrides New Member

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    PBR...wow, the older generation loves that brew. I would compare the Stroh and PBR to the Keystone and Natural Light of today. All cheap and relatively poor tasting brews.

    If I had my choice from the 4 I would tip Keystone as the winner.
     
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  3. HatterDon

    HatterDon Moderator

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    If I may speak for Pettyfog -- the other oldtimer on this site -- what the heck do 14-year-olds know about beer in the first place?

    Oh no; here they come! Gyrating fruit! :banana: :banana: :banana:
     
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  4. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    Ummmm.... my favorite brews are TYPICALLY, Sam Adams {darker variety} and Dos Equis. Which I dont believe are exactly thin beers
    At the end, I rejected Stroh's as well. It was more like Milwaukee's Best than Best was like Stroh's.

    And the PBR I drank in SoCal had no similarity to either you mentioned, as I recall them.
    Check wiki on the story of both Stroh's and Pabst Blue Ribbon...
     
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  5. phillybiz

    phillybiz New Member

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    First beer ever was a PBR lifted from my uncle. I actually had someone come up to me a few years back and ask me why I was drinking a PBR. Like it was affecting the time they were having. Anybody for a Ballantine? Or even better was the Schaefer 16 ouncers we got from my buddies dad. We had to save the bottles to put back because they were returnables. Too funny.
     
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  6. nevzter

    nevzter Well-Known Member

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    Lucky Lager?? The puzzles under the caps are the best.
     
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