Pabst Blue Ribbon 99-pack


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/01/08/pabst-blue-ribbon-99-pack.html


#2

Here’s to your fuck, Frank.


#3

Just to make this clear, a “canette” in French is what is in English a can, not a miniature can or anything.


#4

That would keep me going for several weeks.


#5

Sure, 99 cans of beer on the wall, but. . . what if one of those cans should happen to fall . . . ?


#6

You know, we prefer “Sofa-Challenged.”


#7

Given the choice of buying 99 cans of Pabst… i think i would just give up drinking altogether.


#8

99-pack-0-piss

I wouldn’t give that excuse for beer away.


#9

The Austin Beerworks 99 pack is a much much better deal, they make pretty decent brews.


#10

Also Austin Beerworks called out Pabst for their complete lack of originality

http://www.kvue.com/news/local/brewery-battle-austin-beerworks-calls-out-pbr-over-99-pack-idea/502566039

Choice quote:

Without passion and creativity, all you end up with are watered down ideas (and beer). That’s why there will always be a place for Craft Beer. Thanks for the reminder.


#11

Hey Hipsters. PBR uses GMO grains.


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#13

So 2018 has already thrown in the towel in Canada?


#14

hey that is fun, I’d buy that, except that it is pabst and except it would take me 5 years to drink that much beer.


#15

Thank you, I did need that clarified.


#16

Finland had them beat with last year’s 1000-pack (which actually appears to be 1080 half-litre cans… so, yikes!). Yours for only €2149,20!


#17

Interesting, it’s basically like selling the pallet as a product, it’s a hell of a gimmick though at that price and volume i can’t imagine they were looking to sell many.


#18


#19

burp


#20

which is why the store has opened the pallet, and offer individual cans for 3.68 (almost double the price). there are a few missing in the far corner.