Hey like the logo. I'm a University of Oregon grad. If you were too you would know what I'm talking about. Taylor's in-between classes with a frosty $1.50 Pabst. Good timesblacklab said:Are you sure you're in the right place?
Yes, undergrad and masters from UO. Back then, it was all I could afford.rh348877 said:Hey like the logo. I'm a University of Oregon grad. If you were too you would know what I'm talking about. Taylor's in-between classes with a frosty $1.50 Pabst. Good times
The sportsbar across the street from me, where I congregate with my friends before and after our IHL team's hockey games, has a crappy beer selection BUT has 20 ounce PBR's for 2 bucks. I'd rather pay 2 bucks for a tall draft of that than the 3 or whatever they charge for a bottle of another BMC.DeathBrewer said:lol, that's pretty funny. to tell you the truth, PBR is the one BMC i'm still willing to drink.
I've actually noticed a nice note of Banana Esters in PBR. I don't know what yeast they use...but I like it. Not as much as a good micro brew or one of my own, but sitting with friends after a game, it hits the spot.APendejo said:Alot of people talk smack about PBR. I doubt those people have even tasted one the past year or so. So, do the Heineken vs. PBR test. Have someone open a can of PBR, pour it in a glass then do the same with a CAN of Heineken. Sample each then tell which one was better. You may be surprised.