Even though this blog is supposed to document the experience of drinking PBR for year, I could not forgo this following story.
Over the weekend the Westboro Baptist Church, the far right-wing institution out of Topeka, Kansas known for their extreme views that are often expressed through their colorful signs fresh out of Kinko’s, have visited Park Slope to voice their intolerance for the diverse state of the Brooklyn community.
Nevertheless, many of Brooklyniates have showed up with their own signs, which were nothing short of clever. Check them out.
The credit for the pictures goes to “Fucked in Park Slope”, one of the blogs I follow. You can check out the whole story and more pictures on their site. Just follow the link:
dog loves fags (source: FIPS)
jesushad2dads (source: FIPS)
Eloquently put (not from Brooklyn)
Source: Denver Pubcrawl
Goosetown Tavern – a fine establishment right across from the Bluebird Theater (Colfax & Adams) has $1.25 (yes, just 5 quarters for a pint) Pabst on tap for their 3-7 Happy Hour. Even during the regular hours of operation, Pabst is still a respectable $2.25.
Best Pabst deal I have run into thus far.
Source: Accidental Russo
Apparently, Delta Airlines only serves Heineken, Amstel Light, Miller Light, and other similar sub-par beverages on their flights. To no surprise, Pabst is not served.
On the other note, last Thursday, Delta’s check-in area at JFK resembled an 11th century Persian poultry bazaar.