Spotted: Can of Pabst Blue Ribbon at Dutch Goose

by Linda Hubbard Gulker on August 13, 2016

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We are evidently late to the game in discovering Pabst Blue Ribbon as a hipster beer.  The watery brew was the beer of choice of 50s-era Menlo Park dads doing chores around the house on weekends, but sales had plummeted in decades since.

That the brand had a resurgence in 2009 we missed, so we were surprised at the numerous Pabst drinkers when we stopped in at the Dutch Goose recently.

But we think “only in Menlo Park” can you find a burger and brew establishment that sells glasses of acclaimed Flowers Pinot Noir along with Pabst!

Photo by Linda Hubbard (c) 2016

 

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Craig K August 13, 2016 at 1:06 pm

Next to the Oasis, the Dutch Goose is the best. PBR has made a comeback, but buy either draft of in the bottle…especially the quart…ice cold of course!

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Jeannie Mello August 13, 2016 at 6:01 pm

Dutch Goose. If you grew up in Menlo Park, you spent time there. One of the best places to go for good food, fun times and playing pool. Woodside, class of ’66, has had several reunions there!

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