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    PBR in Canada

    I know PBR is just an ordinary beer but I like it. I would always pick some up when in the USA. I was feeling good about my last box I brought home until I was in my local beer store and see they now sell it here, brewed under liscence in Ontario. Hmmm, I have some cooling in the fridge so we'll see if it is the same. Somehow it doesn't feel the same without bringing it home from a trip.

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    I've always like PBR, be it the beer, or the bull riders!

    Let us know if it is the same. I used to drink LaBatt's Blue when I was in Canada. Found it in a store in the States and bought a case of it. It was a very different beer than what I had up north. I've often wondered about the real reasoning of why they do that.
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    Well I'm only two cans into the case and I have to say the Canadian brewery got it right, tastes like the real American PBR and good enough for a couple more before the night's done.

    We don't see Labatt's Blue in Alberta any more. That was one of my Favorite beer when I was a teenager.

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    I drank more cases of Labatt's Blue than I can count, in Vacouver, as well as Saskatoon. When I wasn't drinking Labatt's, and I was in Canada, I was drinking hard liquor!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I drank more cases of Labatt's Blue than I can count, in Vacouver, as well as Saskatoon. When I wasn't drinking Labatt's, and I was in Canada, I was drinking hard liquor!


    I would imagine that after drinking just one case, counting might be a problem and probably, trying to do most anything else.
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    I used to be a big PBR guy. It was my go- to for a long time.

    Then they changed it. People have argued this with me, but I've drank enough PBR (bottles, not cans) that I swear it's true. When they changed the packaging that the bottles came in, they changed the beer. It got lighter, less flavor. I would drive across town to find it in the old package, and when that ran out I gave up on PBR.

    I wonder if the Canadian version is different than the new PBR? My choice beer now is Lone Star, but it takes a road trip to find any of it.
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    I can't compare to the "original" PBR in bottles but I like bottled beer better than cans in any brand.

    I got to enjoy Lone Star when we were in San Antonio a while ago and liked it a lot.

    The best beer is the cold one in my hand.

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    I've always heard there are three kinds of beer:

    Hot beer
    Cold beer
    and FREE beer!
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    My favorite is "OPB".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyboss1952 View Post
    My favorite is "OPB".


    Other People's Beer.

    YEAH! Just like spending OPM...Other Peoples Money
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