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2013-05-17 12:25:06 AM

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: Hipsters better not fark up my cheap beer o' choice:[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x566] A sixer of 1-pint cans is six bucks in any packie in Puritan Massachusetts. And their Octoberfest is farking delicious.


A bit more on the Cape, like everything, but affordable.
/Quint drank 'Gansett.
//Automatically cool
///Retro 1970's cans in the summer. "Crush it like Quint"
 
2013-05-17 12:25:08 AM

Bumblefark: AverageAmericanGuy: I don't even drink beer anymore. It's gotten way too popular.

I don't even drink fluids anymore.

Fluids are over.


You have a dry sense of humor

images1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-05-17 12:28:07 AM
You all know nothing of a fine sipping beer...

i.walmart.com
 
2013-05-17 12:29:55 AM

HeliumAddict: $13.99 for 30 beers?

STFU. In western Canuckistan we pay over $55 for 30 of the same thing. Not that I buy PBR but I've never seen less than $50 for 30 of anything.

Gubment taxation on booze up here blows harder than anything.

/grumble...whine..


But you have free healthcare
 
2013-05-17 12:36:48 AM
No we don't fit in with that white collar crowd
We're a little too rowdy and a little too loud
There's no place that I'd rather be than right here
With my red-necks white socks and blue ribbon beer
 
2013-05-17 12:40:22 AM

maudibjr: 12.99/30 of Natural near me.

But I think that stuff is swill.

Rather pay 15/30 of Natty Boh.  Which is apparently only popular here.


and in southern Maryland! I love Boh bottles.
 
2013-05-17 12:47:18 AM

Bonzo_1116: Tarkus: Back in the 70s my friend drank PBR because it was cheap and he always made sure I had a beer in my hand when I visited. I kinda got to liking it back then, and still have a soft spot for it. I've been drinking SNPA for the past 20 years, but for a canned domestic lager, PBR is not so bad. It may be better than Bud.

The only thing worse than Bud is Old E.


actually the new Bud Light Platinum is pretty damn good light beer. and at $1 / 12 oz bottle for 6%, you cant beat it. And this is coming from a life long bud hater.and  i mean hater. but try it with an open mind, farking crisp and smooth and 6 % !!
 
2013-05-17 01:06:17 AM
I guess I'm not hip or cool, because I only like to drink  good beer, and I drink it unironically.

It used to be that the only people who drank PBR were (1) down-and-out alkies, and (2) hipster douchebags. With the prices going up, I guess the broke alkies have moved on to Milwaukee's Best, Natty Ice, and similar shiat, leaving hipster douchebags as the sole remaining PBR demographic. Does that make it no longer ironic to drink it?
 
2013-05-17 01:14:31 AM
2 4 1 draft dometic: $3.45
Decent wings
Killer salad
Nachos suck
 
2013-05-17 01:25:17 AM
Dont want to pay a lot for pbr ? fine- buy it from a liquor store. 7.99/12 pk, havent raised the price as the distributor hasnt raised the price .
 
2013-05-17 01:53:10 AM

Cyberluddite: I guess I'm not hip or cool, because I only like to drink  good beer, and I drink it unironically.

It used to be that the only people who drank PBR were (1) down-and-out alkies, and (2) hipster douchebags. With the prices going up, I guess the broke alkies have moved on to Milwaukee's Best, Natty Ice, and similar shiat, leaving hipster douchebags as the sole remaining PBR demographic. Does that make it no longer ironic to drink it?


Don't worry, those lovely Hipsters will just eventually claim that they invented PBR, and claim it as their own since it isn't ironic to drink it anymore!
 
2013-05-17 01:54:00 AM

Tarkus: Back in the 70s my friend drank PBR because it was cheap and he always made sure I had a beer in my hand when I visited. I kinda got to liking it back then, and still have a soft spot for it. I've been drinking SNPA for the past 20 years, but for a canned domestic lager, PBR is not so bad. It may be better than Bud.


I would agree with this. I'm a beer geek, but I'm not above a PBR. Alcohol is marked way the hell up at most venues, so the PBR is go-to for shows.
 
2013-05-17 01:54:49 AM

alienated: Dont want to pay a lot for pbr ? fine- buy it from a liquor store. 7.99/12 pk, havent raised the price as the distributor hasnt raised the price .


There's a place down the road that has sixers of it for $4. Being right next to a large university may have something to do with it.
 
2013-05-17 02:06:16 AM

DarkSoulNoHope: Cyberluddite: I guess I'm not hip or cool, because I only like to drink  good beer, and I drink it unironically.

It used to be that the only people who drank PBR were (1) down-and-out alkies, and (2) hipster douchebags. With the prices going up, I guess the broke alkies have moved on to Milwaukee's Best, Natty Ice, and similar shiat, leaving hipster douchebags as the sole remaining PBR demographic. Does that make it no longer ironic to drink it?

Don't worry, those lovely Hipsters will just eventually claim that they invented PBR, and claim it as their own since it isn't ironic to drink it anymore!




awkwardpress.com
 
2013-05-17 02:59:43 AM

Oafmeel: maudibjr: 12.99/30 of Natural near me.

But I think that stuff is swill.

Rather pay 15/30 of Natty Boh.  Which is apparently only popular here.

News of your magical Maryland concoction has spread to the Commenwealth of Virginia...I always grab a sixer when I go through Bal'mer.


What's old is new.

The 41-foot tall, hand-operated scoreboard in right-center was in play, as was the National Bohemian beer sign, shaped like a bottle, 56 feet above the playing field.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griffith_Stadium

The Washington Nationals, sponsored by National Bohemian beer!

Or, was that the Washington Senators, sponsored by Senate Beer?

http://www.rustycans.com/COM/month1008.html

/yes
 
2013-05-17 03:03:41 AM

Cyberluddite: I guess I'm not hip or cool, because I only like to drink  good beer, and I drink it unironically.


What if you can't tell what good beer is supposed to taste like?

You know, like all those people that think any American style lager tastes good.

Is it still ironic to drink bad beer if you think it is good?

And, then what if the "good beer" that you like isn't very good, either?
 
2013-05-17 03:08:41 AM

sendtodave: Cyberluddite: I guess I'm not hip or cool, because I only like to drink  good beer, and I drink it unironically.

What if you can't tell what good beer is supposed to taste like?

You know, like all those people that think any American style lager tastes good.

Is it still ironic to drink bad beer if you think it is good?

And, then what if the "good beer" that you like isn't very good, either?




You can drink it all day long.

It's not hard to figure out.
 
2013-05-17 03:10:16 AM
Thanks you cheap beer drinkers.
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-17 03:43:12 AM

Bumblefark: mochunk: I'm sick of the hate on PBR. Especially by people who drink nothing but BMC beers. It is way less offensive than any of those and has long been my cheap beer of choice. I am a craft beer fan, hop head and home brewer, but given limited choice or when I want a simple adjunct lager, I'll usually reach for PBR. The fact that Tallboys are usually cheap at random dive bar in the city doesn't hurt. But I have noticed those occasions diminishing as of late as venues are catching on to it's popularity. Bah.

Yeah, it's actually not terrible. It's what my dad used to drink, which is pretty much the only reason I won't touch it anymore. (Makes me feel like I'm 16 again, sneaking a beer from the fridge.)

I'm still waiting for this to find its way down to Texas -- tastes like home to me:

[beerpulse.com image 504x410]


Sadly they got bought by Miller.
 
2013-05-17 03:43:45 AM
doesn't make it any less horrible
 
2013-05-17 03:55:47 AM

fusillade762: Bumblefark: mochunk: I'm sick of the hate on PBR. Especially by people who drink nothing but BMC beers. It is way less offensive than any of those and has long been my cheap beer of choice. I am a craft beer fan, hop head and home brewer, but given limited choice or when I want a simple adjunct lager, I'll usually reach for PBR. The fact that Tallboys are usually cheap at random dive bar in the city doesn't hurt. But I have noticed those occasions diminishing as of late as venues are catching on to it's popularity. Bah.

Yeah, it's actually not terrible. It's what my dad used to drink, which is pretty much the only reason I won't touch it anymore. (Makes me feel like I'm 16 again, sneaking a beer from the fridge.)

I'm still waiting for this to find its way down to Texas -- tastes like home to me:

[beerpulse.com image 504x410]

Sadly they got bought by Miller.


...

...I read what you posted, but I choose to not mentally process that sentence. I prefer to think that jumble of letters says, "Bumblefark, you and your beer will soon be reunited."

That's what I choose, because that's what keeps the suicidal thoughts at bay.
 
2013-05-17 04:20:49 AM

Bumblefark: fusillade762: Bumblefark: mochunk: I'm sick of the hate on PBR. Especially by people who drink nothing but BMC beers. It is way less offensive than any of those and has long been my cheap beer of choice. I am a craft beer fan, hop head and home brewer, but given limited choice or when I want a simple adjunct lager, I'll usually reach for PBR. The fact that Tallboys are usually cheap at random dive bar in the city doesn't hurt. But I have noticed those occasions diminishing as of late as venues are catching on to it's popularity. Bah.

Yeah, it's actually not terrible. It's what my dad used to drink, which is pretty much the only reason I won't touch it anymore. (Makes me feel like I'm 16 again, sneaking a beer from the fridge.)

I'm still waiting for this to find its way down to Texas -- tastes like home to me:

[beerpulse.com image 504x410]

Sadly they got bought by Miller.

...

...I read what you posted, but I choose to not mentally process that sentence. I prefer to think that jumble of letters says, "Bumblefark, you and your beer will soon be reunited."

That's what I choose, because that's what keeps the suicidal thoughts at bay.




i don't drink to get drunk. I drink to stop the voices in my head.

Homer, I think.
 
2013-05-17 05:12:26 AM
In the mid 90's we drank this swill in college...I've only ever seen it at one store in my whole life:  Sgt. Pepper's in Ann Arbor.  $5.99/30.

However, I recall the cans had ridges on them which is not the case in this photo.  We were fascinated by that.

www.angelfire.com
 
2013-05-17 05:37:15 AM

Bumblefark: AverageAmericanGuy: I don't even drink beer anymore. It's gotten way too popular.

I don't even drink fluids anymore.

Fluids are over.


I drink fluids, but only ironically.
 
2013-05-17 06:58:05 AM

Hagbardr: That's why I drink Genny Cream Ale. It's $13.99/30 where I live. I'll be pissed when the hipsters discover it because I was drinking it before it was cool.


I've been drinking it since it was 12. Way before anyone thought underage drinking was a "problem"
 
2013-05-17 07:05:17 AM

Bumblefark: I'm still waiting for this to find its way down to Texas -- tastes like home to me:


They have it at the Spec's on IH-35 and 1604.

Incidentally, I'll be there this afternoon, buying cheap beer and a couple cigars. And Bourbon. Maybe some wine for the wife.
 
2013-05-17 07:10:13 AM

Gonz: Incidentally, I'll be there this afternoon, buying cheap beer and a couple cigars. And Bourbon. Maybe some wine for the wife


Make sure you get something for the wife. Otherwise all you will have is wine.
 
2013-05-17 07:10:30 AM
I for one appreciate this generation of hipsters for the simple fact I know longer have to put any thought into what I will wear regardless of venue.
 
2013-05-17 07:28:41 AM

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: Hipsters better not fark up my cheap beer o' choice:[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x566] A sixer of 1-pint cans is six bucks in any packie in Puritan Massachusetts. And their Octoberfest is farking delicious.


Looks good, but $6 a six?  Pure luxury.  Hammies are $12 the 30.

bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com
 
2013-05-17 08:03:43 AM
I see we have Genny Cream Ale drinkers in this thread.  Lotta clean colons.
That is an enema you take orally.

/Native Rochestarian
//Don't miss the Genny Screamers
///Their brewpub is actually pretty cool.
 
2013-05-17 08:05:03 AM
It looks like there was a barley bubble, which crashed in 2008, but has since recovered to twice its post-crash low. I don't think hipsters had anything to do with it.
http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=barley&months=80
 
2013-05-17 08:12:40 AM

Bumblefark: AverageAmericanGuy: I don't even drink beer anymore. It's gotten way too popular.

I don't even drink fluids anymore.

Fluids are over.


Thumbs up for the lol.
 
2013-05-17 08:26:06 AM
Genny Cream
Genny 12-Horse
Genny Light


All integral to my childhood.

Wish they sold it down here. Not that it's great beer. But you know.
 
2013-05-17 08:33:18 AM

Mudd's woman: Genny 12-Horse


Still one of the best things they've ever brewed.
 
2013-05-17 08:53:16 AM
I drank bad beer before it was cool to be uncool doing so. Ya know before it was ironic.
 
2013-05-17 08:55:14 AM
That explains the Pabst's Green Ribbon and Pabst Gold Ribbon hitting upscale supermarket shelves in Williamsburg and Portland.
 
2013-05-17 09:41:31 AM
Where do you guys live that you can get 30 of anything for less than $15? Florida doesn't even have 30 packs and the average price of natty, busch or pbr is $12 for 18
 
2013-05-17 09:46:34 AM

God-is-a-Taco: Huh, so PBR was popular with the working class and now it's popular among the yuppie hipster douches because they can condescend merely by holding it in their hands.
Hipsters really are scum.


?  Project your own inferiority complex much there, buddy ?

/I drink PBR b/c it's simply the cheapest beer and does not taste like piss Bud-light.
 
2013-05-17 09:54:21 AM

poe_zlaw: It's hilarious how hipsters strike such a chord with so many Farkers.... And you all express how you hope they dont screw up your own hip version of PBR. How cute


It's funny because NO HIPSTER will ever admit to BEING a HIPSTER.

By that logic, the Farkers that deride hipsters are actually A LOT CLOSER to being a HIPSTER themselves.

Lets run the checklist:
1. Has a beer of choice that 'only they and their friends' know about.
2. Condescending attitude towards a sector of society they deem 'below them or not acting like them'.
3. A socially withdrawn view of things so they can mock it with 'irony'.
4. Wear a hoodie, T-shirt, and sneakers because they 'just don't care about social norms'.
5. Blog / post on digital media (hi, we're on Fark now, aren't we?)

i5.photobucket.com

Congrats Farkers... you are a HIPSTER as defined and viewed by people outside our little online ironic social group, called Fark.com.
 
2013-05-17 03:59:37 PM

Igor Jakovsky: Where do you guys live that you can get 30 of anything for less than $15? Florida doesn't even have 30 packs and the average price of natty, busch or pbr is $12 for 18


You live in a state that meets its tax needs via a sales tax, and does not have a personal income tax, coupled with a relatively (VERY, compared to where I live) low property tax. This format puts a larger burden on tourists, but it also means that you pay more for things like booze.

You wanna see cheap liquor? Go to a "welfare" state that has a bunch of federal land, and gets federal monies to compensate (you cant tax federal land). Montana is a good example. Liquor prices there blow my mind. A $1 shot of cinnamon whisky was an all-the-time deal at two bars I hit up. You couldnt get a shot of barmat water for a buck where I live.
 
2013-05-17 05:03:51 PM

Igor Jakovsky: Where do you guys live that you can get 30 of anything for less than $15? Florida doesn't even have 30 packs and the average price of natty, busch or pbr is $12 for 18


I'm getting a really weird urge to drive down to the border and get some Tecate from the factory.


/No idea how much less it is per 36-pack down there.
 
2013-05-17 08:30:48 PM
I still blame PBR for destroying that Cambodian temple complex.
 
2013-05-17 08:51:08 PM
I would expect that people are drinking cheaper beers because the economy is bad.
 
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