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yep, basically 

(via bminortoa, theplanetofsound)

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That reliably blue-collar Milwaukee lager, later adopted by unbearable hipsters on the coasts, has turned up in China. And P.B.R., best known in the U.S. for being the cheapest beer on the grocery-store shelf, has—like so many expatriates before it—taken the move as an opportunity to change its image. For a beer, that appears to involve an elegant glass bottle and a fantastically ridiculous price tag. One bottle: forty-four dollars. (via Letter from China: Pardon Me, Would You Have Any Pabst Blue Ribbon? : The New Yorker)