"Jacob Best, Sr." (1786–1861) was a German American/German-American brewer who founded what would later become known as the Pabst Brewing Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was born in Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt/Hesse-Darmstadt, where he learned the trade and ran a small brewery in Mettenheim, Rhineland-Palatinate/Mettenheim, Rhenish Hesse, until immigrating to Milwaukee in 1844 to join his sons.

In Milwaukee, Jacob Best founded a brewery on Chestnut Street Hill called Empire Brewery, which he ran with his sons, Phillip Best (brewer)/Phillip, Jacob, Jr., Charles Best (brewer)/Charles, and Lorenz. Charles and Lorenz soon withdrew from the company, with Charles establishing the Plank Road Brewery (now called Miller Brewing/Miller Brewing Company). His daughter Margaretha married Mortiz Schoeffler, a prominent newspaper editor who founded The Wisconsin Banner. Empire Brewery produced 300 barrels in its first year of operation. The name was changed to Best and Company and became one of the most successful breweries in Milwaukee.

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We haven't had a party during this academic school year yet, but the hope is to implement the shirt policy at the next one.

We're trying to get the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life to buy a bunch of them and distribute them. We're advocating them because they're visible, and fraternities can immediately implement them. They also show the University community that fraternity brothers are working to ensure the safety of their guests.

The person wearing the shirt can point a guest in the direction of a younger sober brother who can give guests rides home. If nothing else, the person wearing the shirt will know who to talk to. They can locate the president or the social chair and elicit their help.

That way, any guest at the party would know who was in charge.