The Crushed Cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Littering NOPA – Ironic or Not?

Gritty Divisadero Street in the North of Panhandle Area (NoPA) part of the western Western Addition has a bunch of crushed aluminum beer cans strewn about these days. 

Is that a sign that the area needs more attention from the Redevelopment Department or, alternatively, is it a sign that things are on the up because the ironic-beer-drinking post-collegiate crowd has decended upon the area?

I’ve drawn my conclusion, but you, take a look and make the call yourself.

The needlessly-widened medians under construction play host to lots of cans of the PBR:

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(NB: There’s a big hint in there.) Click to expand.

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One Response to “The Crushed Cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Littering NOPA – Ironic or Not?”

  1. There’s a house between Eddy & Ellis that had a PBR wreath on the front door last year. Judging by all the stuff that’s been left in the driveway of that place (I walk by on my way to work every day), whoever lives there certainly knows how to throw a party.

    Also, “gritty”?