Originally called Best Select , and then Pabst Select , the current name comes from the blue ribbons tied around the bottle neck between and Gottlieb and Frederika Pabst and their twelve-year-old son Frederick arrived in the United States in and settled in Chicago where Frederick eventually found work on the ships of Lake Michigan. When Philip Best retired to Germany in , Pabst and Emil Schandein - his sister-in-law's husband and the vice-president of Best Brewery - worked to transform the company into one of the nation's largest brewers, capitalizing on, among other things, the Great Chicago Fire of that destroyed nineteen Chicago breweries and helped position Milwaukee as the leading beer-producing city in the United States. This is the original Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. Nature's choicest products provide its prized flavor. Only the finest of hops and grains are used.
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All Prices Include Shipping! In a few rare cases, brewers stamped the actual date of production on beer cans some Rainer cans and other Western brewers did this. Unfortunately, the majority of beer cans are not dated so it takes a little digging around to establish the approximate date. Below we show how to narrow down the age of beer cans, by A surveying the big picture-more obvious considerations, B reviewing relevant publications, C delving into the can manufacturer's logos and codes, and, finally, D walking through an example. A statement like "Internal Revenue Tax Paid" was required to appear on beer cans from June 01, through March 30, However, it is overwhelmingly likely that the appearance of the tax statement places the can between and and the lack of such a statement places the can after March 30, Older cans to mids were made of a thicker gauge steel.
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Beer is the biggest pastime alcoholic beverage. It has been around for thousands of years, with the beginnings of the beverage dating back as far as the late BC era. Over the years, beer has transitioned in the way of ingredients, taste, and how it is processed. Beer ranges in price, from inexpensive six-packs, to some that are as much as a mortgage payment for just one bottle.
Let's look at another quart can this month, a Pabst "Snap-Cap" from the s. Quart cans were introduced in the s but were losing favor by the mid s. American Can Company developed this variation of the quart can and several brewers used it, most notably Pabst. This quart was part of a period when there was a lot of experimentation with beer cans as brewers attempted to find new markets. The s also saw the successful introduction of the 7, 8, 10, 11, 15 and 16 oz cans.