I know how you feel. The Seattle area had 2 regional breweries (Rainier and Olympia) that have been closed for several years now. Olympia Beer is now brewed by Pabst Brewing Company in San Antonio Texas and marketed in WA state but I don't drink it. Unfortunately, the beer market is either very large--ie Budweiser and Pabst, or very small micro breweries
Olympia Beer is now brewed by Pabst Brewing Company in San Antonio Texas"
Pabst has no physical plants. Virtually all their labels, including Oly, are brewed by Miller under contract. The Pabst HQ will soon be moving to Woodridge, IL since the Midwest is their biggest market.
Saw your post and it reminded me of the town I grew up in, Azusa, CA. There was a Lucky Lager brewery there from the time I can remember. They sold out to Miller Brewing in later years.
Just Googled to see if there was any info and a Wikipedia piece has the history of Lucky Lager. It says they also opened a brewery in Vancouver, WA in 1950. I had no idea and I now live in Vancouver, quite a coincidence.
I never did drink much Lucky Lager, it was lousy beer.