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Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) - Pabst Brewing Company

Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR)Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR)

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3,699 Ratings

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Ratings: 3699
Reviews: 1467
rAvg: 2.95
pDev: 24.41%

Brewed by:
Pabst Brewing Company visit their website
California, United States

Style | ABV
American Adjunct Lager |  4.74% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
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Photo of ElijahRivera

New York

2.13/5  rDev -27.8%
look: 2.75 | smell: 1.75 | taste: 2.25 | feel: 2.25 | overall: 2

12 oz. can with a freshness date of Nov 11 2013. Consumed and reviewed on August 26 2013.

A- Poured a transparent dark gold. Big, creamy off-white head. Lots of lively carbonation with some bubbles clinging to the Duvel tulip glass. The big head receded quickly, but left a respectable layer of foam that stuck around for the long haul.

S- Grains, boiled corn, not clean and not great, but the expected aroma for a macro lager. No hops.

T- Sweet with a mildly bitter finish. Not very dry or crisp. A bit of a lingering sweetness. It mostly tastes like it smells, but comes off a bit better on my palate. The very slightest amount of hop flavor can be detected, but it is mostly covered up by bad adjunct flavors.

M- Lots of carbonation which is a refreshing plus, but the mouthfeel is a little full for the style, which I'm not fond of. Again not as crisp as I would like it to be.

O- I thought PBR was one of my favorite American Adjunct Lagers. I'm glad I sat down and analyzed it, because now I realize I need to move it down in my cheap macro rankings.

Serving type: can

09-26-2013 03:21:20 | More by ElijahRivera
Photo of Ryanthebear

New York

3.2/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Served in a 16 oz can while watching football on a Sunday afternoon.

Appearance - Pale yellow, with a white head that fades quickly.

Aroma - Not much there, some corn and mild grassy hops.

Taste - Clean, some bitterness.

Mouthfeel - Light, crisp, and refreshing. Definitely the highlight of this beer.

Overall, nothing complex here. But it is one of my favorite American adjunct lagers, and you can't beat the price ($2/can at this game day spot).

Serving type: can

09-22-2013 21:26:59 | More by Ryanthebear
Photo of jhawth


2.65/5  rDev -10.2%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 2.5

Appearance: Poured into a shaker. Pours a crystal clear very pale straw color with a soapy two finger head that quickly disappears almost completely.

Aroma: Not much, but what is here is not that appealing. Unexciting grains coupled with a metallic note.

Taste: Much better than the smell would suggest. Sweet, unobjectionable grainy malts, followed by distinct notes of rice. Little to no perceptible hop bitterness.

Mouthfeel: Light, lively carbonation. A bit too watery.

Overall: My go to AAL. While I think that Grain Belt is probably a better take on a somewhat woeful style, PBR is more readily available now that I no longer live in Minnesota. I can definitely appreciate a cold PBR with some barbecue on a hot summer's day.

Serving type: can

09-13-2013 03:46:19 | More by jhawth
Photo of Josephddscott


5/5  rDev +69.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

This beer comes straight from the gods. with the best flavor i have ever experienced . with a golden piss color pour, it keeps screaming back for more. with a amazing head that you cant beat.when it hits your lips its like getting a kiss from baby Jesus, i cant stop drinking it and i probably wont till my liver fails. ALL HAIL PBR!

Serving type: can

09-12-2013 23:55:32 | More by Josephddscott
Photo of Matthew_Phoenix


3.63/5  rDev +23.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.5

Alright, I've had PBR countless times. I just want to give my 2 cents on it. It has a classic American Lager taste. It isn't offensive like some of the other beers of similar price. Is quiet easy on the pallet. mildly sweet, but not too sweet. At least it actually has taste, something not every American Lager can say. I know what I'm getting when I'm getting a PBR, and that is the shear value.

That is one of the main reasons I give it such a high review. I can get a 30-rack for $13 - $16 depending on where I shop. More bang for your buck. If it didn't come in a 30-rack I probably wouldn't buy it. But the beauty of it is that it's the best tasting of all the 30-racks out there. You can't go wrong with what you pay for honestly.

All in all, I would have to say that this is my favorite cheap beer. If I'm ever low on cash flow and can't afford to shop around on beer and try new things/experiment, then I can just go to PBR for the time being and be fine with it!

Serving type: can

09-10-2013 06:34:33 | More by Matthew_Phoenix
Photo of JackDempsy


4.08/5  rDev +38.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

I don't know why this beer gets such a bad rap. It is by far the best tasting, mass produced beer in the USA. It has a fresh, clean, refreshing taste. On tap, this beer should out sell all the other mass produced lagers. I always have a twelve pack in my fridge - next to a few local IPAs and something new in a growler - and I find nothing strange about that.

Serving type: on-tap

09-08-2013 16:31:05 | More by JackDempsy
Photo of tubeyes


2.86/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A clear yellow, very foamy head that quickly dissipated, min to no lace S very grassy, citrusy sweetness. T lots of sweetness, corn and cheapness. M easily drinkable mouthfeel, well carbonated, made to be chugged, or at least drunk without thinking, sweet cheap beer aftertaste O Not the worst beer ever, but definitely not challenging to the pallet in the slightest. Had from can at OSDH Denton for world beard day, $1 special!

Serving type: can

09-08-2013 01:16:21 | More by tubeyes
Photo of Beerwolf666


3.38/5  rDev +14.6%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.75

OK..Pabst Blue Ribbon is what it is man,Another mass produced American Macro Lager,nothing special or outstanding,nothing that hits you upside the head and makes you go WOW! man is this a great Beer!..however on the flip side,there also is nothing that makes you go YUCK! god is this stuff nasty!..hehe,and seeing how "PBR" is Generaly priced much lower then a lot of other American Macro Lagers,and IMHO is as good or better then most of them,it has it's place in my beer fridge~if you are throwning a backyard BBQ,or outdoor party with more then just a few close friends stopping by,PBR is a great choice,chill down a few cases of Pabst,and everyone will have plenty of Ice cold beer,gr8 with hot dogs and burgers,grilled chicken,and other BBQ grub,you can spring for all the beer without breaking your wallet,and on a Hot summer day,an Ice cold PBR taste purty damn good!;)
I consider Pabst Blue Ribbon to be pretty much just like Most American Macro Lagers as far as Taste ,smell,appearance & such,not much flavor to speak of,but that is true of almost all American Macro beers,Grainy & grassy with little to no Hop flavor is pretty much the norm,but Pabst Blue Ribbon is a VERY Refreshing brew to be sure,and is a gr8 choice when you are tapped out,or looking for a Beer you can stock your fridge full of for friends and company,or just want a Cold beer on a hot day~
anyway,as far as looking to mass produced American Macro Lagers for Originality,Tons of Flavor,Choice Hops & very well crafted brewing in general,you would pretty much be wasting your time,because you are just not going to find it,thats what Micro Breweries and Cratf Beer is for,but I think American Mass produced Macro Beers have their place too,they may not make any beers you can sit down with and enjoy while pondering just how the brewer created such a masterpiece of brewing Art,but they taste pretty damn good when all you are looking for is an Ice cold one to quench your thirst, Cheers and Peace2all:)

Serving type: bottle

09-02-2013 13:58:00 | More by Beerwolf666
Photo of sommersb


2.93/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 3 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 3

Tasted On: 08-30-2013
Freshness: Best by 11-04-2013
Packaging: 12 oz. brown bottle, twist-cap
Glassware: Tulip pint
Purchased: 6-pack from Kroger

A: Clear, light gold in color with lots of bubbles streaming in the glass. The white head starts out a good size but then fades quickly. Lacing is fair.

S: Aromas have light grassy hops and some pale malts.

T: Slightly sweet, balanced with a low bitterness. Not a lot of flavor

M: Highly carbonated with a light body, the finish is just like the taste, with a light amount of both bitterness and sweetness.

O: Kind of generic, but as an AAL seems to be fine. There's just not a lot to say about it otherwise

Serving type: can

08-31-2013 02:51:43 | More by sommersb
Photo of TexasRedskinFan


5/5  rDev +69.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Pabst Blue Ribbon. Where can I start? I have so many good memories with this beer. I lived in Albuquerque for a little while and we used to go down town to this Punk Rock bar named the Atomic Cantina. They had $1 sixteen ounce cans all day every day. Great way to start a night of bar hopping.
As usual, I review beers based on style but also reality.
Pabst is great clean American beer.

Nothing fancy here. Lighter than Budweiser, cleaner than Miller and Coors. Tastes like cold, clean, crisp goodness. Okay this is not a "beer snob" type of beer. It's not even my favourite beer either. But every once in a while I will choose this over ANY beer of ANY style. Usually when I'm broke, LOL... But that's besides the point.

Pours light golden in colour.
Smells like cereal grains and sweet malty overall
Smells very neutral. Slightly sweet.
Tastes clean and crisp. Dry beer before it was popular.

This is a classic. And I highly doubt it will ever go out of style or production.

Serving type: can

08-30-2013 02:23:14 | More by TexasRedskinFan


2.53/5  rDev -14.2%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 2.5

I tried this once a few years ago in a tall boy and thought it was the worst,then the other day had on tap at the bowling alley and was suprised at how different it tasted.This is really one of those beers that tastes different out of a can than on tap or bottle.Pbr has become a "hipster beer" in houston,so more people are drinking it now and more bars are offering it now on tap because its "cool".

Hey for an american lager its pretty good,goes down smooth with little after taste.A cheap decent beer thats good for drinking when your smoking a brisket or pork butt in the texas heat,best paired with country music.

Serving type: bottle

08-24-2013 21:32:40 | More by BEERZILLA
Photo of NiceTaps

New Jersey

2.3/5  rDev -22%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5

12oz can in a pilsner glass for the purpose of this review.

A- Ultra-light straw color, very pale and clean. A bright white colored head makes a very brief appearance before fading quickly to a barely there film. No lacing. It looked ok for a second or two.

S- Kinda sweet corn, kinda stale malt. Not much.

T- Taste? There was taste?

M- Plenty of fizzy carbonation. The feel is not good at all, but not as bad as I had expected.

O- I've had this on tap and from cans a few times before this review. I searched for some goodness in it to match up to its publicity. Nothing doing. It's awful.

Serving type: can

08-21-2013 01:33:01 | More by NiceTaps
Photo of ExaltedNecrosis


3.11/5  rDev +5.4%
look: 2 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

16 oz can poured into stein

A - Light straw color, clear, thin white head that dissipates rapidly

S - Sweet corn and malt, no hops that I can smell

T - Sweet, a bit skunky but not very offputting. Sweet corn dominates the palate, small malt backbone

M - High amount of carbonation, very crisp and refreshing. Light and a bit watery. Sweet corn lingers a bit in the mouth.

O - A solid, cheap ($4.55 for a six pack of 16oz cans), refreshing beer. Perfect for Texas summers, and a beer that both macro and craft drinkers can enjoy.

Serving type: can

08-14-2013 02:53:11 | More by ExaltedNecrosis
Photo of magictacosinus


3/5  rDev +1.7%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Update 10/12/13: the tap version is far better. Seems like someone DID buy me a pint earlier this evening. Creamier, more carbonated, filled with corn notes, yes, but also white grape aromas that are sweet and refreshing. Slight wet cardboard, but hey, you get what you pay for. The original score is 2.18, from a can. I'm upping pretty much everything on this one in the new score.

Original can review:

I never mean to actually review beers like this, but for the sake of sanity I'm rating to style. Poured from a 12oz can into a shaker pint glass at Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe. Was offered to me for free, and it only cost a dollar otherwise, so...

Pours an extremely pale yellow golden tinged color with a lot of carbonation - creating a white sea-foam looking head about 3 fingers high that dissipates miserably in the glass. Streaks of bubbles ride against the glass itself, but after about 20 minutes the carbonation dies out substantially. No lacing, but after each sip slight grime is left behind on the glass's walls, most definitely from the corn sugary residue. Some would liken this to a glass of piss, but as far as this horrific style goes in the realm of American brewing, I've definitely seen worse.

The aroma is essentially a "bouquet" of sweet corn, crisp golden cereal (like corn flakes), some light white sweet grape peel, and some off-metallic aroma resembling iron or perhaps blood. Again, there's definitely worse out there in the realm of AALs, and while there's no super off aromas (like wet cardboard), that metallic flavor definitely does not sit well with me. It's not great, but I can't really dock it for much else. It would be the equivalent of kicking puppies.

The flavor brings forth a tidal wave of sweet corn malts, super grainy yet faded barley flavors, a minimal amount of bitterness or booze, and a little bit of those metallic aromas - although less so here. The corn lingers around like fresh slice of cornbread, and the finish is filled with cracked golden barley is ridiculously underwhelming yet does its best to stay afloat. While it's definitely easy to drink in that regard, the mouthfeel on this is horrible. Simply way too over-carbonated, which brings forth acrid and slightly raspy sensations from the grainy aftertaste, as well as leaving behind a mineral-y, slightly chalky flavor that does not belong in an AAL. While I could drink this again if offered... Better serve it ice-cold so that I don't have to resort to any further pain.

Of all of the mega AALs, at least this one is the most decent... And at least it's American-owned, but that's not really saying much. American brewing has definitely gotten better than this, and for 2-3 bucks more you can get an actual good lager around these parts (Trumer Pils, for instance) or beer that actually is balanced, flavorful, earthy, and still refreshing (SN Pale Ale, for instance!). If you're on a budget, understandable. If you don't like the taste of bitter hops or malts - again, understandable. If you want something inoffensive and refreshing - yes, understandable. However, please do not put this on a pedestal. It's Pabst, for Christ's sake!!

Post-note: I actually believe this is better on tap. Far, far better. If someone buys me another pint I'll re-review it for free!!

Serving type: on-tap

08-13-2013 18:31:11 | More by magictacosinus
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United Kingdom (England)

1.1/5  rDev -62.7%
look: 3 | smell: 1 | taste: 1 | feel: 1 | overall: 1

One of the first beers I tasted when I was in the US. Didn't know what beers were good or bad. Did I make the wrong choice. Whilst it looked ok in the glass the smell, taste and mouthfeel were all truly awful. It was like drinking cotton wool.
Avoid it at all costs.

Serving type: can

08-11-2013 12:17:34 | More by Johnq1964
Photo of vette2006c5r


2.08/5  rDev -29.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

PRB pours a golden color with a nice lacing head. There is a garbagy aroma. The taste is very watery, with a mellow sweet and crisp maltyness, but this finishes with a aftertaste that is taste the way garbage smells. Incredibly weak flavors, good carbonation, but horrible aftertastes. Overall its better then miller, and really not the worst beer in the world.

Serving type: can

08-10-2013 01:57:38 | More by vette2006c5r
Photo of Tucquan


3.05/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3

Had this on 2013-08-02 in Ironville, PA at Bella Vista

A - Clear pale gold with a 1/2- finger white head that fades quickly leaving just a little lace.

S - Light rising white bread, grass, thimble of hop floral.

T - Sweet corn bread, light grass then some simple bitterness that dries quickly to a light lemon tartness.

M - Light-medium body and medium carbonation. Fuller than I expected. Crisp and refreshing.

O - Haven't had one of these since Portland and I enjoyed this as a thist quencher at the end of a hike. Better than most American Adjunct Lagers.

Serving type: on-tap

08-02-2013 19:36:17 | More by Tucquan
Photo of Midnight1700Warrior

New Hampshire

3.7/5  rDev +25.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

In my opinion: Pabst is a traditional, from the beginning of "time" beer. It's countless years of stand out design labeling, Quality reassured, tasting spot on every case given the handlers from brew to purchaser have done their best to keep it below 50 degrees F. PBR is a true, American Ale with a light, refreshing, more than crisp taste that hides the higher Alcohol content. Over the years, prices have hopped up like anything else, but PBR still personally seems to be the easiest pour for the cheapest price.
It's a drink of Pride, Flaunting your flag in can form, drinking what your WWII vet grandparents drank. There's days other beers flow better, but PBR is truly an everyday beer, always consistent, always pleasant.
Thank you!

Serving type: can

08-01-2013 01:06:16 | More by Midnight1700Warrior
Photo of mfnmbvp


2.78/5  rDev -5.8%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

12 oz. bottle, with best by date of August 26, 2013 printed on the side. I just couldn't resist the allure of seeing Pabst Blue Ribbon in bottles, $8.50 for a twelve pack.

Poured into a Miller Lite pint glass.

A - Pours two fingers of milky eggshell white fizz for a head, on top of a clear golden yellow colored body. Head thins to about a half finger and lingers for a few minutes of retention. Your typical American adjunct lager appearance.

S - Cooked grains and dusty malts; your usual boring adjunct beer smell. A bit of carbonation present, along with a hint of lemon / citrus twang, which isn't bad.

T - Taste follows the nose: cooked grains, corn kernels, dusty cheap barley, some artificial sweetness, and a hint of citrus lemongrass, which is obviously the most pleasing thing about this beer, considering most other adjuncts are too pitiful for even that much. Not bad for what it is.

M - Feel is grainy and dry. Light-bodied with ideal carbonation.

Overall, definitely one of the better cheap larger American adjuncts out there. Not world-class or wonderful by any means, but it is what it is, and it is well worth it considering how cheap it is. Ideal for a party or cookout or whatever, and will assuredly go well with BBQ on a hot summer day.

Pabst Blue Ribbon ---2.5/5

Serving type: bottle

07-30-2013 23:16:50 | More by mfnmbvp
Photo of Tr0janSlay3r


2.09/5  rDev -29.2%
look: 2.25 | smell: 1.75 | taste: 2 | feel: 2.25 | overall: 2.5

So here it is good old fashion Pabst Blue Ribbon. So many people say it’s the best cheap beer out there, yet it has a horrible reputation even amongst college kids. Why the major dispute on this beer? I do not know, but I am about to find out. Enjoy!

Appearance- Literally, this is the definition of straw colored beer. PBR is highly carbonated with large carbonation bubbles sprinting to the head of the beer. This leads to my next point, the head. There was a one half finger head of foam that lasted merely seconds. I see zero lacing on the glass.

Smell- I get nothing but a grainy skunky smell off the first sniff. When diving deeper into it, I get a strong smell of grass as well as a crisp bite right in the nose. I assumed a much higher corn smell but it is only quite faint.

Taste- I really taste solely malt off of the first drink of PBR. It is really sweet right on the back end of the palate. With my second gulp I receive a hearty amount of rice and earthiness followed by a remaining malt presence.

Mouthfeel- Light to medium body. It goes down very smooth but it does have a little more to it than most adjunct lagers. That being said, I think it has a high drink-ability in copious amounts.

Overall, NOT worth the hype. I guess maybe maybe better than like Miller and Coors but not by much. I think the overwhelming malt is a bad thing, but in this case at least it does have some flavor compared to other adjunct American lagers. Actually, I would only recommend it to get drunk off of, it is cheap and “high” in alcohol content compared to other beers of its sort. CHEERS!

Serving type: can

07-28-2013 23:09:26 | More by Tr0janSlay3r
Photo of CloudStrife

New York

2.9/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

24 oz can poured into a goblet. Oct. 14, 13 on the bottom.

A: Pours a pale light golden with a decent white head. Not too much visible carbonation. A spot or two of lacing.

S: Grain and pale malt are the first thing I notice. Hint of hop bitterness but not much. Bit of sweet malts going on too.

T: Mild yet balanced flavor of malt and a touch of bitterness. Not overly sweet like some of the macro lagers can be. Instead has a bit of a toasty malt quality.

M: Light body with ample carbonation. Clean finish keeps this one pretty drinkable.

Overall one of the finer choices for inexpensive lagers. Refreshing on a warm summer day but not necessarily the most flavorful option out there.

Serving type: can

07-21-2013 20:31:23 | More by CloudStrife
Photo of josh692


2.74/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75

For the price you could definitely do much worse. It's easy to drink, with a sweet malt flavor and a slightly bitter after taste. Not the most flavorful beer, but not as bad a many beers in the same price range. Not bad for a hot summer day or if u are planning on consuming at least several beers in one siting,

Serving type: on-tap

07-19-2013 15:00:16 | More by josh692
Photo of forestkcary


3.2/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 2 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 5

This beer, one of only lagers I will touch after being showed the "craft beer light". Any thing including water( 10.59 for 18) is a price that cannot be competed with. I spent most of my teen years and alot of my young adulthood strictly only drinking the light but mighty pbr, probably more than most would like to admit. If I was to go to a place that only had lagers or light beers this one be the only one I'd drink. If the government was to go ahead a prohibit the art of brewing craft-style beer and milwaukee was to discontinue pabst I'd probably quit drinking or become some sort of wineo or scotch monster. As for now craft beer is still in production so me and pabst won't be "hooking up" but if I ever find myself in arkansas again I will have a go to outlet. Much confused respect for you pbr keep on keepin on.

Serving type: bottle

07-19-2013 08:25:07 | More by forestkcary
Photo of ThePaintedGrey


3.04/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3

12oz. bottle poured into pint glass.

A: Gorgeously clear pale golden hue, with a bleach white head that starts off large and creamy, but eventually dissipates to a bubbly white, paper thin cap. Noticeable amounts of lacing down the glass provided a lot more eye candy than anticipated.

S: A clean aroma of slightly toasted grain, light malt sweetness. A very understated touch of grassiness underneath from the hops.

T: Sweet malt makes up the majority of Pabst's flavor profile. Some toasted grain adds a nice earthiness. A pinch of hop flavor (a very slight pinch, mind you) and bitterness comes through in the finish, but doesn't quite round out the sweetness completely.

M: Tight, effervescent carbonation. Body is a little above light, but not quite medium... Smooth and finishes fairly dry. Lots of drinkability.

O: This one crushes the "Big Three" and is a solid American Lager in its own right. While I don't praise Pabst Blue Ribbon too much, I look to it when I want to change things up a bit and have a Plain Jane lager. An excellent choice outside of craft brews and always satisfies on a hot day.

Serving type: bottle

07-19-2013 03:20:36 | More by ThePaintedGrey
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2.69/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 3 | smell: 2.25 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75

Really light color. Couple shades darker than dark lemonade. very light, not so pleasant smell like water and flour. Taste is watery with that kind of wheat flour taste. Kind of a sour after taste. Not really a good beer but it gets the job done. Not the worst beer out there. there isnt really much of a mouth feel.

Serving type: can

07-18-2013 02:10:49 | More by yeastlovehoppiness_greg
Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) from Pabst Brewing Company
69 out of 100 based on 3,699 ratings.