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(Time)   Now that Pabst Blue Ribbon has gone mainstream, the question remains: what is the next hipster beer?   (business.time.com) divider line 272
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2013-05-26 10:55:52 PM  

show me: Any of you St. Louis farks (I know you're here) old enough to remember this swill?

[robsbeercans.com image 480x640]


Yes...Drank my share it that.  Late seventies early eighties it was like a buck a six pack.  I think I still have a headache.

/Normandy 1984
//Was more of a Little Kings person.....98 cents per half gallon.  Even looked like you were carrying moonshine.
 
2013-05-26 11:07:19 PM  

CheapEngineer: [farm3.static.flickr.com image 800x263]
 " The Pale Stale Ale with the foam on the bottom"


I'm not sure exactly why, but I find those cans fascinating.
 
2013-05-26 11:18:30 PM  

sno man: John Buck 41: The One True TheDavid: By the way, Old Style was great. My favorite  "lawnmower beer."

After 6 days of on and off rain I'll be having lawnmower beer tomorrow afternoon. Have a 30 28 pack of Rolling Rock waiting to slake my thirst.

And oh my g-word did that take a long time for RR to get some love.  Love the tuna cans, what 4,6oz?


I've loved it for 10 years when I found out it tasted as good as Bud for 2/3 the cost. RR is to Bud what Evan Williams is to Jack Daniels.
 
2013-05-26 11:20:34 PM  

Baloo Uriza: Cerebral Knievel: oh.. that is damn disturbing...
but... as long as they have a good deal of discretionary income that they can spend on beer,and they are willing to spend that discretionary income on the beer that I help make, and they tell thier freinds and fiends that we are friendly to them, and they repay that kindness with buying the fark out of the beer? well hell.. that is how the beer biz works when you get down to it.

Get yourself set up at a convention!  Maybe offer sample bottles at someplace like Oklacon where pretty much everyone's drinking everywhere anyway.


Oh we rock all the cons we can, but we can only spread ourselves so thin... I would gladly be at whatever oklacon for what ever special interest group that uses the term oklacom for its event,and honestly...how cool of a name is oklacom? there are none cooler than a name such as oklacom. I Would love nothing more than to set up a table at an Oklacom ANYthing!

but.. we don't sell in Oklahoma...

shiat.. now I want to send beer to Oklahoma just to set up a tasting table at a Oklahoma furry convention. because aint nothing like an Oklahoma furry party because a Oklahoma furry party don't stop!

don't mind me.. it's "Friday night" and I am bit silly at the moment.

but really, it sounds like a great time!
 
2013-05-26 11:42:38 PM  

Cerebral Knievel: shiat.. now I want to send beer to Oklahoma just to set up a tasting table at a Oklahoma furry convention. because aint nothing like an Oklahoma furry party because a Oklahoma furry party don't stop!


Four days, four nights of camping, beer, games, fursuits and dancing at Roman Nose State Park in October.  Once it does stop on Sunday afternoon, I really wish I could see the security cameras along the H. E. Bailey and Joseph Turner turnpike toll plazas.  And it's pretty obvious which cars are coming from Watonga, but the tollmasters have no idea what just went down for the last half a week.

but really, it sounds like a great time!

I took advantage of discount sponsorships by also sponsoring Texas Furry Fiesta in Dallas this year, and not knowing what that con was like, was pleasantly surprised.  Two things I didn't expect:  1) The idler pulley on my car's serpentine belt crapping out literally as we were parking at the convention on arrival, actually stranding us at our destination, and 2) Texas Furry Fiesta is the second largest furry convention in the world this year, and TFF 2013 was the 7th largest furry convention ever worldwide.  Addison didn't know what hit it.
 
2013-05-26 11:58:46 PM  

Branch Floridian: show me: Any of you St. Louis farks (I know you're here) old enough to remember this swill?

[robsbeercans.com image 480x640]

Yes...Drank my share it that.  Late seventies early eighties it was like a buck a six pack.  I think I still have a headache.

/Normandy 1984
//Was more of a Little Kings person.....98 cents per half gallon.  Even looked like you were carrying moonshine.


Are you saying there was a half gallon bottle? I remember seeing Little Kings at a liquor store in KC in some huge bottle. It looked bigger than a 40 oz.
And yes, 905 was the most nasty stuff on earth. Four of us split a case once. I drank two, a good friend drank maybe three and my brother and a neighbor drank the rest. My brother said he brushed his teeth ten times a day, drank shots of whisky, etc. and he couldn't get the 905 taste out of his mouth for two days.
 
2013-05-27 12:37:47 AM  

Baloo Uriza: Cerebral Knievel: shiat.. now I want to send beer to Oklahoma just to set up a tasting table at a Oklahoma furry convention. because aint nothing like an Oklahoma furry party because a Oklahoma furry party don't stop!

Four days, four nights of camping, beer, games, fursuits and dancing at Roman Nose State Park in October.  Once it does stop on Sunday afternoon, I really wish I could see the security cameras along the H. E. Bailey and Joseph Turner turnpike toll plazas.  And it's pretty obvious which cars are coming from Watonga, but the tollmasters have no idea what just went down for the last half a week.

but really, it sounds like a great time!

I took advantage of discount sponsorships by also sponsoring Texas Furry Fiesta in Dallas this year, and not knowing what that con was like, was pleasantly surprised.  Two things I didn't expect:  1) The idler pulley on my car's serpentine belt crapping out literally as we were parking at the convention on arrival, actually stranding us at our destination, and 2) Texas Furry Fiesta is the second largest furry convention in the world this year, and TFF 2013 was the 7th largest furry convention ever worldwide.  Addison didn't know what hit it.


I can tell ya that the closest I come to all those schinangins is that I am involved in competitive Bearding, of which comps are always a giant party, and when we decend on a town, much hairness ensues.. and I Personally am a Santa Clause Impersonator for the brewery I work for.. I actaully get paid to pretend to be Santa and Bar hop..

my next official Santa gig is coming up in July where I will be throwing out the first pitch at a the local AAA ball teams Christmas in July fund raising push..

I tell my people..." you want me to put on the suit and stand on the pitchers mound.. late afternoon... in Richmond Virginia.. in July?

"yes"

"are you actively trying to kill me by heat stroke?"

" No.. "kill" is a harsh word, HEY! you get to hang out with Nutzy the flying squirrel!"

"joy..."
 
2013-05-27 12:46:37 AM  

Kona_Bean: animesucks: [i.imgur.com image 496x581]

Their Hell or High Watermelon is astonishingly good and a refreshing departure from the orange\coriander summer beer routine.


I was serving a keg of that at a farmers market a couple weeks ago. Sold out.
 
2013-05-27 01:21:45 AM  

TanSau: LivingDeadX1: [t.qkme.me image 310x225]

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
THIS... Holy shiat THIS!!


I'm sorry someone held a gun to your head and forced you to look at this conversation and then come in and comment on it
 
2013-05-27 01:28:52 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: A really shiatty over-hopped, over-carbonated light blonde from an locavore indie label.  You've probably never heard of it.


I prefer a one batch microbrew invented in 11th century Finland by a dyslexic manure farmer named Tborsvenglagelsleinpfeffenhausenmayer. He stumbled upon the recipe while trying to create a syphillis cure/pork balm.
You wouldn't recognize it, anyway. The label is written in Klingon and has a picture of a baboon's dick.
 
2013-05-27 01:34:32 AM  

Cerebral Knievel: I tell my people..." you want me to put on the suit and stand on the pitchers mound.. late afternoon... in Richmond Virginia.. in July?


About 3 hours was all I could take on a 90+ degree day in western Oklahoma in a black bear fursuit.  And the only reason I lasted that long was thanks to a hydration pack and a strong wind.
 
2013-05-27 02:19:22 AM  
cleverpinkpirate.com


Hey... a man can dream, can't he?
 
2013-05-27 03:00:38 AM  

Mad Mark: Branch Floridian: show me: Any of you St. Louis farks (I know you're here) old enough to remember this swill?

[robsbeercans.com image 480x640]

Yes...Drank my share it that.  Late seventies early eighties it was like a buck a six pack.  I think I still have a headache.

/Normandy 1984
//Was more of a Little Kings person.....98 cents per half gallon.  Even looked like you were carrying moonshine.

Are you saying there was a half gallon bottle? I remember seeing Little Kings at a liquor store in KC in some huge bottle. It looked bigger than a 40 oz.
And yes, 905 was the most nasty stuff on earth. Four of us split a case once. I drank two, a good friend drank maybe three and my brother and a neighbor drank the rest. My brother said he brushed his teeth ten times a day, drank shots of whisky, etc. and he couldn't get the 905 taste out of his mouth for two days.


I had it once. Bought a 12 pack on Christmas break from Rolla. Drank 2 and puked. Worst shiat I ever had in my life.
 
2013-05-27 04:06:11 AM  
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2013-05-27 10:00:36 AM  

eas81: Really thought this would have been on at least the first page, we are talking about the hipsters:


Nah, Zima is for pretentious douchebags. Hipsters like to be ironic.
 
2013-05-27 10:42:01 AM  

Mad Mark: Branch Floridian: show me: Any of you St. Louis farks (I know you're here) old enough to remember this swill?

[robsbeercans.com image 480x640]

Yes...Drank my share it that.  Late seventies early eighties it was like a buck a six pack.  I think I still have a headache.

/Normandy 1984
//Was more of a Little Kings person.....98 cents per half gallon.  Even looked like you were carrying moonshine.

Are you saying there was a half gallon bottle? I remember seeing Little Kings at a liquor store in KC in some huge bottle. It looked bigger than a 40 oz.
And yes, 905 was the most nasty stuff on earth. Four of us split a case once. I drank two, a good friend drank maybe three and my brother and a neighbor drank the rest. My brother said he brushed his teeth ten times a day, drank shots of whisky, etc. and he couldn't get the 905 taste out of his mouth for two days.


Yes there was a half gallon bottle.  Looked like a moonshine bottle except it was green and clear.  I think they had a gallon bottle as well.  But that cost 1.98.

The 80s were a fog.
 
2013-05-27 11:05:04 AM  
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2013-05-27 11:07:48 AM  
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Grandpa drank this back in the 80's when I was drinking PBR and RW&B.  Who knew I was a hipster.
 
2013-05-27 01:52:42 PM  

Branch Floridian: Mad Mark: Branch Floridian: show me: Any of you St. Louis farks (I know you're here) old enough to remember this swill?

[robsbeercans.com image 480x640]

Yes...Drank my share it that.  Late seventies early eighties it was like a buck a six pack.  I think I still have a headache.

/Normandy 1984
//Was more of a Little Kings person.....98 cents per half gallon.  Even looked like you were carrying moonshine.

Are you saying there was a half gallon bottle? I remember seeing Little Kings at a liquor store in KC in some huge bottle. It looked bigger than a 40 oz.
And yes, 905 was the most nasty stuff on earth. Four of us split a case once. I drank two, a good friend drank maybe three and my brother and a neighbor drank the rest. My brother said he brushed his teeth ten times a day, drank shots of whisky, etc. and he couldn't get the 905 taste out of his mouth for two days.

Yes there was a half gallon bottle.  Looked like a moonshine bottle except it was green and clear.  I think they had a gallon bottle as well.  But that cost 1.98.

The 80s were a fog.


I've told people about the huge Little Kings bottle before & i've always been told I was smoking crack. Thanks for the info.
 
2013-05-27 02:40:25 PM  

stoli n coke: Benevolent Misanthrope: A really shiatty over-hopped, over-carbonated light blonde from an locavore indie label.  You've probably never heard of it.

I prefer a one batch microbrew invented in 11th century Finland by a dyslexic manure farmer named Tborsvenglagelsleinpfeffenhausenmayer. He stumbled upon the recipe while trying to create a syphillis cure/pork balm.
You wouldn't recognize it, anyway. The label is written in Klingon and has a picture of a baboon's dick.


Actually, early Finns (sometimes called Arschpapiere) spoke a German dialect written in a Klingon alphabet, much as Yiddish is a totally different German dialect written in a Hebrew alphabet.

The baboon's dick was a universally recognized symbol recalling the well known simile "as pure as a baboon's dick is pink."
 
2013-05-27 08:49:25 PM  

Solid Muldoon: I thought Anakin killed all the yuenglings.


You are a horrible person. Made my coffee flow through my nose.
 
2013-05-27 09:02:59 PM  
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