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November 19, 2012
Pastry News of the Day: Although news of Hostess’ impending liquidation continues to tear at the heartstrings of many Americans, we can rest assured that the Twinkie may, in fact, live on as a subsidiary of Pabst Brewing Company. Ernie is hoping for PBR-flavored Twinkies to emerge from this sale. (It’s like dipping them in water, right? — Ed.) Personally, I’m horrified that two things I do not even remotely enjoy might Voltron together into a dangerous combination of awful that will likely plague any/every social gathering I attend here in Colorado. — Scott @ SFB
Update: Apparently the universe is on our side Tumblr. There won’t be PBR Twinkies after all.

Pastry News of the Day: Although news of Hostess’ impending liquidation continues to tear at the heartstrings of many Americans, we can rest assured that the Twinkie may, in fact, live on as a subsidiary of Pabst Brewing Company. Ernie is hoping for PBR-flavored Twinkies to emerge from this sale. (It’s like dipping them in water, right? — Ed.) Personally, I’m horrified that two things I do not even remotely enjoy might Voltron together into a dangerous combination of awful that will likely plague any/every social gathering I attend here in Colorado. — Scott @ SFB

Update: Apparently the universe is on our side Tumblr. There won’t be PBR Twinkies after all.

14:35 // 1 year ago
May 18, 2011

zachvaughn says: So if Pabst moves to LA, is this proof they truly are the hipster beer?

» We say: It’s possible, although I imagine some residents of the Mission District in San Francisco, or perhaps the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg, might want a word with you. -Seth @ SFB

18:34 // 2 years ago