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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Well, I guess PBR is the beer of choice for AZ. Someone should Email this to PBR so that we can get some swag.

    It would be better to get everyone to change their avatar like yours to a PBR one.





    Then maybe we can ask them to be an official sponosr of the AZ summit next year!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    It would be better to get everyone to change their avatar like yours to a PBR one.



    Then maybe we can ask them to be an official sponosr of the AZ summit next year!!!!!!!!!
    This is just too damn funny.
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    Come on people get your PBR on!!!!!
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  6. #36
    Now after increase insurance i might start drinking this stuff. A little alcohol after MJ makes me enjoy both.

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    I'm in, I haven't had a drink in over 10 yrs, but I see Pabst has me covered. And I felt silly buying the occasional six pack of Beck's NA. I was a little shocked there is a PBRNA.
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    PBR is like making love in a canoe. F-ing close to water.

    Yuengling is just fine as an inexpensive regional beer. I wouldn't seek it out but it's drinkable and has far more flavor than the usual cheap 30-pack candidates.

    I never buy American lager and prefer beer with more body and flavor but I won't turn one down served ice-cold on a scorching summer day. I'd rather drink a PBR than some stupidly bitter over-hopped American IPA. I've never understood the attraction.

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    Yeah, IPA's are hit or miss for me. PBR works if needed.
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    I am a Harpoon fan myself but enjoy a cold PBR during those hot summer days or hot spring skiing days!


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