Pabst gets classy

NPR classes up the joint.
What, no Pabst Dark?
I had to screenshot this while listening to NPR online recently.

What beer would you more commonly associate with NPR? Wine? Stickie, what say you?

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4 thoughts on “Pabst gets classy”

  1. Pabst is suported by Whole Foods Market… they had a lovely display on the Fourth of July Weekend.

    http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/beer/pabst.php

    Maybe beers, like people, are able to change and grow out their mullets.

    NPR= white zinfandel I imagine it as a party where people stand around talking about the five seconds of a clip they remember hearing on the way home from work while listening to boring elevator music that is “trendy in New York” while talking up the virtues of a wine that shouldn’t exist except at your grandmother’s house in a box.

    Pass the PBR and pull up a lawn chair!

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  2. I don’t know about NPR, but I always associate Pabst with Dennis Hopper in the movie “Blue Velvet.”

    Hopper’s character, Frank Booth, says to the unsuspecting Jeffrey Beaumont as they enter a bar, “What kind of beer do you like, kid?”

    Jeffrey: “Heineken.”

    Hopper/Booth: “F**k that s**t! Pabst Blue Ribbon!”

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  3. Employee owned, environmentally concerned, raising funds for local charities with public film festivals and bicycle operated carnivals —> New Belgium Brewing should be the official beer company of NPR.

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