I'm equally fascinated by this and disgusted at the same time.....................

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what, it’s just like Irish coffee or a black russian with an extra shot … though it being a PBR product does seem odd :slightly_smiling_face:

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I like a chocolate stout on occasion - which gives a nod towards a coffee sort of bitterness. The PBR part of the equation is the odd part. But it has been many years since I drank PBR so who knows? Worse case the opened beer could become part of the liquid for a pot of chili!

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It certainly doesn’t float my boat! Coffee is for morning, and the afternoon is for alcoholic libations! Who wants to be a wide awake drunk? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

In all seriousness though, I do like an occasional Irish coffee, however.

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Made me click!

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I tried someone else’s hard cold brew coffee recently (Cost Plus World Market carries it). Most of the other versions out there contain malt liquor as the alcohol element, like the hard seltzers. It wasn’t bad, but if I want boozy coffee I’d rather have either a coffee stout or a liqueur.

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I’m lucky these weren’t around when I was in college. I have a feeling these will be a hit with the college crowd.

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Speaking of PBR…

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I’d get this for my brothers/family . . . they’d think it was insanely funny. Will have to keep an eye out.

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I bet that will be worth money decades from now.

How do you carry that out? It must be reinforced somehow.

Let me give you a lesson in marketing 101. Chances are anyone who buys a 99 can case of Pabst Blue Ribbon, isn’t doing it as an investment. More than likely they are buying it to wash down their Popeyes chicken sandwich! :wink:

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I’m pretty sure most of those are getting torn into out in the liquor store parking lot. PBR 99 PACK: 3 for the road, 96 for home

If you see any locally let me know. I will pick one up.

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I like that it’s called a Family Pack - one for dad, one for you grandma, one for junior, one for the baby…

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