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Big breweries are selling less beer, so they're getting creative to attract customers. Pabst Blue Ribbon is market testing hard coffee in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, Georgia and Florida. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Seeks Buzz With Hard Coffee

Americans are buying less beer from big breweries, so companies are getting creative to attract customers. Pabst is testing what one customer describes as a "Frappuccino" — with an alcoholic kick.

Big breweries are selling less beer, so they're getting creative to attract customers. Pabst Blue Ribbon is market testing hard coffee in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, Georgia and Florida. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Seeks Buzz With Hard Coffee

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