5 Stars for PBR Hard Coffee. A rating of 1 star for Pabst Co. taking away my PBR Hard Coffee. I am extremely disappointed. In my area of coal country in NEPA, PBR HC always sold out quickly. I had to drive around the valley to find it and when I did, I'd buy 4 at a time, IF there were that many available. I read a few reviews citing the drop in sales in 2022. Considering the giant dumpster fire this country is in right now, taking away our PBR HC to deal with it all was SO very disappointing. When PBR HC began selling in this area, one of our local distributors told me that the product was a trial run in certain areas and he did not know how long it would be available for sale. I was paying $9.99 for one 4 pack. The price increased to $10.99 when it hit grocery shelves and a few mini marts marked it up to $11.99. I don't know what the suggested retail price was supposed to be, needles to say the mini mart was my last resort but I paid up if I had to. I turned a lot of people on to it and they all started buying it if and when they could find it. PLEASE bring PBR HC BACK!!!
Pabst Blue Ribbon Hard Coffee
Malt Liquor /5% ABV / United States
- Malt Liquor
- United States
- Calories per Serving (12 oz)
- Carbs per Serving (12 oz)
- Tasting Notes
- Coffee, Creamy, Smooth, Vanilla
- Food Pairing
- Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Dessert - Vanilla & Caramel
- Suggested Glassware
- Pint Glass
- Suggested Serving Temperature
- 35-40° F
For when you want coffee. And alcohol. A sweet and creamy coffee latte with 5% ABV and a hint of vanilla flavor. Pour over ice and enjoy.View all products by PabstCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
Lana Rae Jeff
Bummed it’s being discontinued it’s my favorite drink
I have ALWAYS enjoyed the PBR hard coffees I just don't understand why you would stop producing this item when it is ALWAYS sold out?!? BRING IT BACK!!!
I contacted Pabst Cust Svc. and have been told Pabst has discontinued this product. Don't advertise something that's not available.
I'm not a coffee drinker but, I love this!! It's so good and it's pretty much the only alcoholic beverage I drink. I live in Florida and the past few weeks I haven't been able to find it anywhere. When I ask the stores, they said the vendor is out of stock. I sure hope this is a temporary problem being it's still on your website! Please get this product back out to your vendors so, your customers can buy them again!
This is delicious and is way better than it has any right to be. I can no longer find it at any of the stores around me. Either it isn't being made anymore, it's seasonal, or everyone else discovered it and buys it all up.
GriffinVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
It tastes like chocolate milk. Sooo good
ScottVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
I hope they continue making these, they're like a hard Yoo-hoo. Amazing and refreshing.
Wayne Gerichten.Verified BuyerVerified Buyer
I have been looking everywhere for this discontinued drink, that was still in stock at surf liquors in Seaside Heights… This site help me locate and find what I was looking for… Thank you
Although this taste just fine on its own, I mixed this with some caramel, Twix powder and dash of creamer. I swear it tasted just like one of the coffees from Starbucks now! I’ll be getting me a few more cases tomorrow because I have found me something I can actually enjoy when I feel the need to have a drink. By the way, I’m the pickiest person when it come to alcohol
About the brand
Brewed since 1844, Pabst Blue Ribbon has been through many rebirths and reinventions. The brand pushed through Prohibition by selling cheese and lime soda. They're now putting coffee on shelves. Yes, it's alcoholic. And don't worry, they'll always sell beer. Pabst Blue Ribbon believes in challenging the status quo, championing who you are and trying new things. They've remained connected to local communities and continue to engage and support creativity of every kind. All with a Pabst Blue Ribbon in hand – whether that's Original lager, Hard Coffee, Blue Ribbon Whiskey…or something they haven't even thought up yet. When you're 175 years old – you've got to keep things interesting.
Grabst a Pabst!