All beer descriptions found on Pabst Brewing Company's website at www.pabstbrewingco.com

OLD MILWAUKEE

Brewed since 1849, Old Milwaukee & Old Milwaukee Light are refreshing, high-quality American beers that continually receive national awards and accolades from beer experts and festivals. 

3.6% ABV

OLD MILWAUKEE

(NON-ALCOHOLIC)

No commercial description

0.5% ABV

OLD MILWAUKEE LIGHT

Brewed since 1849, Old Milwaukee & Old Milwaukee Light are refreshing, high-quality American beers that continually receive national awards and accolades from beer experts and festivals. 

3.1% ABV

 

SCHLITZ

This premium, full-bodied lager is a true testament to timeless American taste and lifestyle. 4.6% ABV

PABST BLUE RIBBON

Originally called “Select,” people asked for the “Blue Ribbon” beer when we began tying silk ribbons around the bottles in 1882 to commemorate its award-winning taste.  The name was officially changed to Pabst Blue Ribbon in 1895.   As a beer known today for its iconic can, it is fitting that PBR was first to introduce canned beer in 1935.

4.7% ABV

 

STROH'S

A full-bodied American lager unlike most, Stroh's beer sports a craft brew pedigree.  Enriched with hop varieties usually found only in craft brews, Stroh's lager offers a distinct and distinguished taste with a preponderance of Cascade and Willamette hops from the great Northwest. Pungent and pleasing, Stroh's and Stroh’s Light stand apart from the usual lager taste profiles in flavor, but not in alcohol.

STROH'S LIGHT

A full-bodied American lager unlike most, Stroh's beer sports a craft brew pedigree.  Enriched with hop varieties usually found only in craft brews, Stroh's lager offers a distinct and distinguished taste with a preponderance of Cascade and Willamette hops from the great Northwest. Pungent and pleasing, Stroh's and Stroh’s Light stand apart from the usual lager taste profiles in flavor, but not in alcohol.

PABST EASY

Pabst Blue Ribbon Easy is a lighter version of PBR.  This beer has 110 calories per serving versus the 144 found in a regular PBR. 

 

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