PBR's Opening Up An Office In Irving.

With over 30 beers in its portfolio — including Lone Star, Schlitz, Old Milwaukee, Colt 45, McSorley's, Schaefer and Pearl — the Pabst Brewing Company is the largest American-owned brewery. And now, PBR's parent company has its sights set on dethroning Miller Lite as North Texas' best local beer.

Only, not really.

See also: Bambrewzled. // A New Yorker Is Suing Fosters Because The Beer Is Brewed In Fort Worth, Not Australia.

While the Greater Irving Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce did just announce that Pabst is expanding its operations to Las Colinas, that move won't include actually brewing any beer here. The 172-year-old brewer just signed a multi-year lease for office space in the Las Colinas Urban Towers building, which it is planning on moving into as early as April.

While the bulk of the company's operations will continue to be based out of its Los Angeles headquarters and its IT department will remain at its San Antonio facility, the Irving offices give the company's executives a central location (read: one close to the DFW airport) where it can hold meetings and such.

So while that might not be enough to start calling PBR a local beer, just knowing that 50 of the brewery's employees are based in North Texas is… well, kind of something, we think.

(Hat tip.)

8615_2

8615_3

8615_4

8615_5

8615_6

8615_7

8615_8

8615_9

8615_10

8615_11

8615_12

8615_13

8615_14

8615_15

8615_16

8615_17

8615_18

8615_19

8615_20

8615_21

8615_22

8615_23

8615_24

8615_25

8615_26

8615_27

8615_28

8615_29

8615_30

8615_31

8615_32

8615_33

8615_34

8615_35

8615_36

8615_37

8615_38

8615_39

8615_40

8615_41

8615_42

8615_43

8615_44

8615_45

8615_46

8615_47

8615_48

8615_49

8615_50

No more articles
X