Pabst Blue Ribbon

pbr1.jpgWe have all heard of the blue ribbon oldie and many of us have had it even if we want to admit it or not. This cheap classic for me is a good old fashion beer that I can enjoy anytime or place. For the longest time now M&R has only been able to buy PBR in 30 pack cans, awful I know.

But just recently we got them in 18 pack cans, which shocked the heck out of me since we have been trying to get smaller packs of this stuff for years. But alas the 18 pack is still too big for me to just grab and enjoy with a couple of friends. I also wanted to get the bottles, because I am one of those gents that thinks most beers taste better out of glass. The problem was that we could never order the bottles because the CT beers distributers never had any in stock. But this all changed on July 10th, for on that day we got a case of six pack PRB long necks! I was so excited I bought a pack. Too bad that the following day my father took that six pack with him to the beach…bastard. So I got another and I enjoyed the contents with great pleasure.


If you have never tried this beer find it and buy it. Better to get it in bottles or even find it on tap somewhere. If you must go with cans it isn’t that big of a loss but try to get enough people in on it so you’re not stuck with 30 cans. Pick it up and try it and give me some feed back!


About Kevin Coté

I am a graphic design consultant and freelance designer by trade. I have been working for M&R Liquors for 5 years now and have enjoied the liquor industry. Here my thoughts that will range from Design and Liquor to Politics and Movies...but mostly Design and Liquor.
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