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PBR vs Keystone Light

PBR vs Keystone Light

I vote PBR.

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PBR is def better then Keystone Light, but both are kinda nasty.

I've been liking "Old Chubb" lately, and it's made here in Lyons, CO.
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PBR is def better then Keystone Light, but both are kinda nasty.

I've been liking "Old Chubb" lately, and it's made here in Lyons, CO.
Old Chubb is good...It's thick like a breakfast beer though! They also brew Dale's Pale Ale, you should check that one out too!


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PBR

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Natty is where it is at.
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Ewwww Natural Lite?

For the record we did the great american shitty bear fest over an 8 week period. It consisted of us going to a friends bouldering wall and drinking a twelve pack of what ever the beer of the moment was. The best shitty beer in our opinion was PBR. Followed by Oly and then Schlitz of all beers. Natty was actually ok, but a little too watery. One beer to stay away from Hamm's the beer refreshing. My gut hurt for the next two days after drinking that swill. Absolutely wretched.

Raineer beer gets honorable mention. We couldn't find it in Colorado for the fest or it may have placed in the top three, maybe top spot. Got a case of it on a climbing trip in Wyoming and we sure dug it for a crappy beer.
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Nothing nasty about PBR. You just have no respect for history. It was voted America's best in 1893 after all!
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whichever's cheaper. both are just beer flavored water
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whichever's cheaper. both are just beer flavored water
Ha! You just don't have a refined taste for crap beer...yet.
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