PBR to be official beer of Global Rallycross DC

Pabst Blue Ribbon signs on to sponsor the Washington, D.C. Global Rallycross event.

Pabst Blue Ribbon has been named the Official Beer of the Washington, D.C. round of the 2014 Red Bull Global Rallycross Series, to be held on the RFK Festival Grounds June 21-22.

"We're so happy to welcome Pabst Blue Ribbon to this exciting new event right in the heart of the nation's capital," said event General Manager, Tim Mayer. "Much like Pabst Blue Ribbon, Global Rallycross has a strong following of loyal supporters, and we're sure the two cultures will mesh seamlessly at this true festival of racing and entertainment later this month. Global Rallycross stands out for a reason; it's unashamed to be original, and do racing its own way."

"We are beyond excited to announce our involvement in the Red Bull Global Rallycross Series as the Official Beer of its DC round in 2014," said Rob Reilly-Field Marketing Manager, Pabst Brewing Co. South. "We look forward to taking in the non-stop excitement this incredible event provides with an ice cold PBR in hand."

Professional motorsports will be reintroduced to the Washington, D.C. area this month in an entirely new way with the Red Bull Global Rallycross Series. June 21-22, the 600-horsepower Supercars of Red Bull Global Rallycross will take over the RFK Festival Grounds for two days of intense action over tarmac, dirt, and 70-foot jumps. Featuring some of the greatest drivers and action sports stars in the world, Red Bull Global Rallycross delivers the world's most exciting racing action, with a commitment to openness and fan interaction. For tickets and more information, visit redbullglobalrallycross.com/dc or call 1-800-745-3000.

About Pabst Blue Ribbon

Pabst Blue Ribbon is a premium lager crafted with a hefty infusion of 6-row barley, a carefully balanced carbohydrate profile from corn syrup, and a unique combination of Pacific domestic hops blended with an imported Yugoslavian variety. Fermented with a pure culture of yeast and aged at high gravity, PBR is cellared and finished to the smooth, robust likeness of a fine Pilsner. In simpler terms, it's a damn fine beer.

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