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Pabst Blue Ribbon latest offering

ensures plenty of beer to pass round

Last year, Pabst Blue Ribbon offered its gigantic 1776 beer offering. While the powers that be thought that 1776 was just the right number last year, it appears that 2022 has the iconic beer brand going bigger, jumping right to the 1844 pack.

According to Nick Reely, Vice President of Marketing – Pabst Blue Ribbon, this summer’s offering is all about going bigger, basically one upping themselves. “That was really the genesis of the 1844 pack; 68 more beers than our original big box, while also paying homage to our heritage and founding year and trying to lend a hand to our consumers across the country. While that number is brewed in history, not everyone will be able to get their hands on this special offering. Only 250 of the special packs have been made and it’s unclear where they can be purchased.

But, if you do happen to find this, there is a big question to ponder.

Who will you share all the beer with?

happy 4th of july!

“it’s no big thing, but you make big things out of little things sometimes.”

-robert duvall

 

 

 

story credit: christine struble, fandom

62 responses »

  1. I love your posts – all so always positive and uplifting!!
    I don’t mean to be cynical, pessimistic etc etc.

    I wish big companies would (and they could and they should) use their power to stress the distress our country is in on this July 4th.

    Beer can still be the HIGH LIFE of the celebration parties but include a serious message of unity and accountability. (and I’m not talking about accountability for wise alcohol consumption)

    Enjoy your 4th of July!

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  2. Oh my goodness, Beth, that is a lot of beer! I drank Pabst many moons ago, when I was 18 and going to a local bar. If you could rip the label off the long necks, the bar would give you a free beer. I always had to pay for mine. ;-p

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