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Friday, May 26, 2017

Beer Of The Week - Miller Genuine Draft


The Bum Wine Bob Budget Beer Tour is BACK just in time for Memorial Day Weekend with Miller Genuine Draft!



"Miller Genuine Draft delivers a fresh from the tap taste through its proprietary "cold-filtered four times" brewing process. Introduced nationally in 1986, Miller Genuine Draft was born as the original cold-filtered packaged draft beer. Today, Miller Genuine Draft is reinforcing its status as the best draft beer in a bottle." - MillerCoors.Com



Thursday, May 25, 2017

McStud's Breckenridge Brewery Vanilla Porter Review


McStud is BACK with an all new tasty beverage review just in time for Thirsty Thursday and your Memorial Day Weekend!


What does McStud have on tap for us today? Click that play button below!

Breckenridge Brewery Vanllla Porter Review!

Want more McStud? Stay tuned to bumwinebob.com for more reviews and you can always check out McStud on YoutubeFacebook, and at his McStud's Tasty Alcoholic Beverages Reviews page! Cheers!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Bumming it with Cam F. Awesome


Were you hanging out with Chris Brown at the Toyota Center last weekend? No? Well neither was my guest on Bumming with Bobcat this week, Cam F. Awesome. Cam is a national champion boxer, keynote speaker, standup comic, and host of the Awesome Talks Podcast.


We are discussing the best way to drink cheap when hitting the bars, some of our best (or worst) drunk purchases, and other great drinking stories!


Remember to get yourself ready for Summer by ordering your bWb brown bag koozies and other great merchandise! Head to shop.bumwinebob.com and place your orders! Koosies are now 20% off and only $12 per set! WOW! They also make great Father's Day gifts!


All that and MORE featured on this weeks episode! Grab a drink and give it a listen. Cheers!

Monday, May 22, 2017

The Krude Experience - Legal Speed


Legal Speed


After the W Bush Administration of recent years outlawed ephedrine in over the counter diet pills (and trucker's speed),the race to make the speediest legal energy drink has been on. With the huge cola companies challenging the new upstart energy drink companies,we the consumers are the nervously twitching benefactors. Krude likes him some artificial energy. When it comes in form of a tasty potable elixir,Krude be happy. And very alert. 


I recently bought two energy drinks at a 711 that were kinda new to the energy drink world. Rockstar Boom Energy whipped strawberry and Mutant Super Soda. I wanted to try both on separate days to see which drink would wake my sleepy Rx filled ass up more. And taste great as well. The Rockstar whipped strawberry won hands down. Tastes great and has plenty of caffeine. The Mutant tasted like slightly more carbonated Mountain Dew,but didn't have the kick that Rockstar had. Not bad,but not a go to energy buzz on the fly.


Stacker energy shots are a great dollar store find. $1 for a decent tasting quick buzz. Much better than 5 Hour Energy shots. Those taste like shit. And cost $3 on average. I also find Energy Tabs at the dollar store. I've written about these before. And Krude feels strongly about their potency. Good stuff. 21 tabs for a buck.


I'll never truly understand why Red Bull is so popular. Every variety I have tried tasted awful and didn't move me much. I always see Red Bull at bars as well. Red Bull is NOT Krude approved. Fuck that swill. Though their soccer arena looks like a funky Ed Wood-esque flying saucer in the middle of the Ghettolands of Newark,NJ.


Some kid died the other day by 'overdose of caffeine'. Sad news. But I'm sure there was more to that story. Caffeine is a great stimulant. But not for minors who aren't fully formed adults yet.

Drugs are drugs. Booze is booze. A buzz is a buzz. Everybody wants to feel better.Life as we know it....

With so many energy drinks to choose from these days,which one is for you? I usually choose a sugar free drink. The excess sugar in most energy drinks is what causes the most bodily harm. So many people I know won't even go near any kind of energy drink. But will easily order a 20oz coffee every morning. And Krude won't go anywhere near coffee. So touche'. I'm a green tea maven. Sounds sissy. But green tea beats down my bodily toxicity levels. So let the Cisco flow free!

Alert
Focused
Ready to go!

KK

@kapn_krude 

Thursday, May 18, 2017

McStud's Southern Tier 2XIPA Review


It's been a few weeks, but McStud is BACK with an all new tasty beverage review just in time for Thirsty Thursday! It's the perfect compliment for the McStud Bedroom Closet Mixtape!


What does McStud have on tap for us today? Click that play button below!

Southern Tier 2XIPA Review!

Want more McStud? Stay tuned to bumwinebob.com for more reviews and you can always check out McStud on YoutubeFacebook, and at his McStud's Tasty Alcoholic Beverages Reviews page! Cheers!

Monday, May 15, 2017

Take a Shot with Bum Wine Bob #2


SFD took their show on the road this week and left Bum Wine Bob behind, but that doesn't mean we still can't take a few shots! With Cisco Peach on tap as the bum wine of the week we are brining you a special edition of the bumcast!

What's coming up on Bumming with Bobcat in the next few weeks? Have you ordered your bWb merchandise from shop.bumwinebob.com yet? Get it done quick since supplies are limited!

All that and MORE featured on this weeks episode! Grab a drink and give it a listen. Cheers! 

The Krude Experience - The Golden Scarab


The Golden Scarab

Sometimes,all it takes for 'ol Krude to buck up and smile a bit is to pull out an old cd and let it rip. Between various physical ailments and work related stress,the need to cheerfully grimace is a daily requisite. So when I dug deep into the Krude archives (piles of cds),I found an old friend: The Golden Scarab. By Ray Manzarek.


If you recognize the name of this musician,Krude respects you. If you're already familiar with the album,Krude bows towards you. Ray Manzarek was the bespectacled keyboard player from the American rock band The Doors. His album The Golden Scarab was recorded a few years after Doors singer Jim Morrison passed away. The album was largely ignored for most of its first 14 years of existence. Then in 1989,a book called Wonderland Avenue by Danny Sugerman came out. Wonderland Avenue was about Sugerman growing up while hanging out with Morrison and the Doors. Eventually,Sugerman became Manzarek's manager. And during Sugerman's stint as manager,Manzarek released The Golden Scarab in 1974.


Kinda weird that an eclectic album by a late,great musician such as Ray Manzarek would tickle my fancy again in 2017. But with most music being created these days so cut and pasted and autotuned and protooled,I'm just not into most modern music. But an album recorded in 1974 has a certain warmth and genuine talent within it. Prove me wrong.

...In the beginning,it was the rhythm I had forgotten and was waiting for the word...

The album starts with Manzarek speaking those words. And then procedes to tell the story of a small ball of holy shit: The Golden Scarab. It's Egyptian folklore done rock style by an ex hippie millionaire piano player that was truly the creative force behind the Doors. This album sounds like the logical step after the last Doors album with Morrison- L.A. Woman. With Manzarek singing. Jim Morrison would be want to be on this album. And probably Nik Turner (points for knowing this reference). Awesome album. Roger Waters can suck a dick.


I can see why The Golden Scarab didn't sell well at the time of its release in 1974. The Floyds and Zeppelins of the world were the dominate force on radio and on the concert trail. People were heavily into that normal classic rock shit i.e. The Eagles,Boston,Steve Miller etc.. Alternative music was a few years away from being officially recognized. The 1970's were a fucked up time. I remember vividly. Just ask :)

For my money,I'll take honest creativity over any radio friendly unit shifting product any day of the week. Finding artists with pure integrity gets tougher and tougher everyday. Krude champions creativity.  

Buddha's eating ice cream and so is Lao Tzu
Freud and Jung now holding hands and saying i'm with you

Thank you Ray.

KK
@kapn_krude