Pabst Blue Ribbon Inspires Bartenderas Sign

Blauvelt, NY – Oak Beverages (Blauvelt, NY), a leading wholesale beer distributor and part of the Boening organization, recently shared this anecdote about a bartender in one of its on-premise accounts in Brooklyn, NY. Apparently, the bartender at Pacifico, located on the corner of Smith and Pacific Streets in the New York City borough, is such a fan of Pabst Blue Ribbon that he was inspired to create his own….very large…sign and hang it up on the corner for all of Brooklyn to see.

The sign features the iconic PBR logo and the simple tagline, “On tap $2.” I guess that says it all about the passion even some of New York area’s toughest critics…its bartenders…have for Pabst Blue Ribbon.

About  Oak Beverages, Inc. and Boening Brothers, Inc.

Oak Beverages, Inc. (Blauvelt, NY) and Boening Brothers, Inc. (North Lindenhurst, NY) comprise the Boening organization, a leading New York-Metropolitan area beer wholesale distributor and fourth-generation family business now celebrating its 103rd anniversary.  With their state-of-the-art facilities, the distributors are recognized for their strong focus on customer relations and brand building across all markets including restaurants, bars, hotels, supermarkets, beverage retail centers, wholesale clubs and convenience stores.  Currently representing leading breweries, they pride themselves on a highly responsive, results-oriented sales and support team that delivers value-added service from eye-catching point-of-sale displays and unique kick-off parties to creative brand promotions and memorial special events. As a result of the companies’ consistently high performance and service integrity, Boening Brothers and Oak Beverages enjoy the respect of breweries, customers and industry peers alike. For additional information, contact:  Oak Beverages, Inc. One Flower Lane, Blauvelt, NY 10913, 845-353-1800.


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