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post #31 of 62 (permalink) Old 09-21-2009, 09:37 AM
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What about Coors Cutter?
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Kestone isnt really even on par w/ PBR. PBR is mopre comprable to Keysone (red can) and keystone light (blue can) is more comprable to jacob's best which is made by the pabst brewing company. I prefer both of the fine products produced by the Pabst Brewing Company.

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pbr vs keystone light is like saying 'which do you prefer, shitty tasting water or shittier tasting water?'
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Ill take a nice cold PBR any day of the week. people bash it all the time. we recently had a party at our place and grabbed a pair of PBR kegs. Even some self proclaimed beer snobs said the liked it and asked what it was. they couldnt believe it when i told them it was pbr
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Ill take a nice cold PBR any day of the week. people bash it all the time. we recently had a party at our place and grabbed a pair of PBR kegs. Even some self proclaimed beer snobs said the liked it and asked what it was. they couldnt believe it when i told them it was pbr
I wouldn't call myself a beer snob, but I have a great passion for great beer, and there aren't any American beers I'm aware of that I'd call "great" (or even "decent", for that matter). I'm looking forward to traveling around the States and checking out some microbreweries capable of crafting a genuinely good lager.

But with all that said: at the end of the day, the man who turns down a nice cold beer is the one who loses out. If someone hands me a cold PBR, of course I'll drink it.
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As others said, ill drink it if its all they got or someone puts one in front of me..but if theres anything else ill get it first...

Both of those are piss beers lol...

Then again we have a lot of options with all the microbreweries here in Oregon, there's no reason to drink any of that crap(Miller/Coors/Bud/PBR/etc)..

Although i will say, PBR makes a great cooking beer Throw two cans in a pot, throw some stabbed(poke holes all over with a fork) brauts in...cook for a good long while then grilled for crispy outside...marvelous...

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Mickeys = PBR> Keystone Light > Natty Ice >Busch

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I actually like PBR but for some reason if I have more than three I get a rediculous hangover. Whereas Keystone, natty, busch I can drink all night long an be fine the next day(relatively speaking)
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PBR raised there prices recently to a "premium" range beer. just heard it on the radio last week. they said prices will be bumped 2$ per 6pack...not sure how that will effect the cases price. that will put it out of the equation for me lol. quantity over quality for me.

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