If anyone is interested you can go to the official Pabst Brewing site and look at their brand locator. They have a map oi the US and list names of distributors (but not retailers) that handle specific products. Here in IN they don't sell Balentine. Some distributors in neighboring states carry it, but I have never seen any in stores while traveling. My understanding is that Balentine is brewed close to the pre-prohibition recipe; top fermenting yeast, and doesn't skimp on malt and hops. Here is a question. What other brands taste similar to Balentine? Oh, and my biggest disappontment in shopping in other states has to be PA! My hopes were very high as there are distributors there that handle more brands of domestic beer than allmost any other state except NY. The problem is PA has some sort of communist inspired state controlled liquor store system. There are few and hard to find state stores with lots of funny rules. You can have a beer in a restaurant or bar, no problem. If you would like to have a beer in your hotel room, or pick up a case of Yuengling to take back home good luck.