Pabst Blue Ribbon 99 Case

It’s Tuesday. I had no idea this was a thing.

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PBR’s 99-Pack is Back and Finally Available in the U.S.

Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR), the company believed by the American Beer Museum to have invented the six-pack, has come up with an even more ingenious, albeit harder to carry, form of beer packaging — the 99-pack.

The seven-foot-long case originally appeared during the 2017 holiday season, but was only available for purchase in Canada. Now, American PBR fans have cause for celebration as the pack is back and currently available in 15 states: Texas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Florida, New York, South Carolina, Montana, Virginia, California, Wisconsin, Iowa, Arkansas, and Colorado.

Retailing for $175, but available in limited quantities only, the “family pack” offers a mix of PBR’s beers, including: Original, the low-calorie Easy, and the full-bodied and higher-ABV Extra.

While the cases are making their rounds via social media, the 99-pack isn’t exactly a new idea. Craft brewer Austin Beerworks claims it was the first company to come up with the idea in 2014, Food & Wine reports.

No matter who invented it, word on the street is they’re selling fast, so if you live in one of the 15 states where the 99-pack is being sold, you better act fast and grab a friend (or make one quickly) to help you lug one home.

Another Day

It’s Monday. Here we go into another week and it feels an awful lot like last week. Hell, if I didn’t write what day it was in the beginning of my daily updates, I’m pretty damn sure that I wouldn’t know what day it was. With each day feeling like the last, the repetition is starting to get to me.

My girlfriend is a nurse and had to work on her first COVID-19 patient over the weekend. She’s works in a closed off unit that’s fairly isolated, so she normally doesn’t get COVID-19 patients. Fortunately their unit had the proper equipment and supplies to protect themselves. Still scary, though. There needs to be more testing, though. Lots more.

On a lighter note, I enjoyed the second virtual Nascar race on Sunday. The level of realism continues to blow me away. I’d really like to see them get every Cup driver involved instead of the current mix of multi-series drivers. It was definitely fun to watch and I’m already looking forward to some short track racing next week at the virtual Bristol Motor Speedway!

Okay, as a sort of pick-me-up to get everyone motivated for Monday, I decided to go with a Babemania collection of 50 for today. Enjoy!

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IRacing In Texas

It’s Sunday! Hot damn tamale baby, they’re doing it again! Nascar and iRacing are teaming up with Fox Sports to broadcast the virtual race at the Texas Motor Speedway today at noon (CST). The previous race in Homestead-Miami was a huge success and now many other sports are going virtual. If you missed the race last week and are curious what this is all about, grab a beer and some munchies and tune in to FS1 today at noon (CST) and check it out.

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