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It might be the 5th of July, but we are still celebrating America's independence on this weeks edition of the BWB Podcast! Hopefully your 4th of July celebration was a blast that was full of babes, beers, burgers, and bum wine! But why stop the partying just yet? It's only Sunday, so you still have one more day to celebrate the holiday before having to go back to work on Monday. Grab your favorite All-American alcoholic beverage and join us for the BWB Podcast!

To celebrate the 4th of July weekend we have named Thunderbird the official Fourth Of July Bum Wine Of The Week for the second year in a row. You can't do much better than "The American Classic" on America's birthday, so it's only fitting that it would be the first bum wine with the honor of being named BWOTW twice! Whether you are drinking Thunderbird straight from the bottle or mixing up some Thunder Dew, it is an essential for all your Fourth Of July BBQ's!

Don't get scared now, but we are two weeks away from Bum Wine Bob invading the Boston, MA area once again. The BWB team had a blast up there last summer and are coming back for more! While in Boston, we will be taking part in the "Beer Mile".  For those of you that don't know what the beer mile is: you chug a beer, run a 1/4 mile, chug a beer, run a 1/4 mile, beer, 1/4 mile, beer, 1/4 mile. We will be documenting this event for bumwinebob.com, so it will be an event for the ages! There will also be some LIVE podcasts coming your way while we are up there as well, so be sure to stay tuned for that!

Have some All-American drinking stories of your own? Call in and let us know!

All that and MORE on this weeks episode! Want to be part of the show? The phone lines will be open and you are welcome to call in at 347-826-9598 to join in the discussion. Cheers!

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