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We are still alive!!! Despite a prolonged absence, we are alive and well. It takes a lot of work to keep our fans entertained, and to be honest, we are the laziest fuckers you will ever meet. That, and the fact that we have 3 members who are retarded and only 2 who are functionally literate, and you can see how this is such a chore. We are basically no smarter than a hoard of howler monkeys

Monday, July 22, 2013

Straight Outta Charleston

Recently, a firestorm of controversy erupted over a word that Food Network's Paula Deen uttered many years ago. I know you all have your opinions and maybe even some outrage about what transpired, but we at BC4M are the ones that probably need to take the blame for her indiscretion. You see, back then, Fred, Bim and J Wilder all lived in the quintessential southern town of Charleston, SC, living the craft beer dream in its infancy. It was a time when a Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat was as sought after as Heady Topper is today. To make money to buy a "make your own six pack" that the local Publix supermarket offered, we often played bar mitzvah's, weddings and bachelorette parties as the rap/dance group known as "C.W.A." It was one sultry August weekend that we were hired to be the live entertainment for an evening "soiree" that Paula hosted for a bunch of ladies who were anxious to throw down and get "jiggy" with it. Maybe it was too much plantation punch or maybe it was just the wet your blouse humidity, but that night, as we as we debuted our east coast reply to west coast gangstas N.W.A.'s "Straight Outta Compton", them bitches got up and made us blush like school boys. Paula was busting a move all over the floor, and it was then that she uttered her now infamous slur. She meant nothing by it, it was just her going with the flow of the evening, mainly due to our pantie throwing inducing stage show. It sucks that such a kind hearted gal got the cold hard shaft of liberal bias shoved up her backside, but we still dig her cooking. As an ode to her, we present to you the lyrics to our one time hit....hope you enjoy bitches...
"Straight Outta Charleston"

Your about the witness the strength of beer knowledge


Straight outta Charleston, crazy motherfucka named Flintstone
From the group called Cracka's with Attitude
When I'm logged on, I get my trades on
Pull the trigger and boxes are hauled off
You too playa, if ya trading wit me
Local beer stores wanna try and stop me
Fedex, that's how I am shipping out
To dope ass traders if they got the clout
Trader's get to yappin, lets get this crackin
Mixin and matchin I am the King of packin
Bottles going out wrapped in plastic
Anxious to get them, bitches be spastic
I'm always down for a 12 bottle trade move
Here's a little tip to teach a lesson
I'm the pimp of tradin, I aint messin
Beer Advocate is the tool
Keep taking punk ass noobs to school
Making them deals, ain't no maybes
Sending out shipping boxes daily
Fedex bill is costing me dearly
Until motherfuckers realize that clearly
BC4M is driving this bus
Punks, you cant fuck with us
So when I'm in your beer store you better duck
Cause Fred Flintstone is raining them bucks
As I leave believe I'm grabbing
Every fucking whale that you be stashing
I'm coming straight outta Charleston

Yo Bim, whassup, 
Tell em where you from


Straight outta Charleston, another crazy ass clown
Looking for mutts all across town
I'm a crazy motherfucka but you knew that
Pimpin your hood wearing my top hat
But I don't give a fuck, I'm ma make my rounds
I'm picking out canines from any old pound
Just like stealing the definition is jackin
And when I mount you dog, its called packin
All it takes is a couple of minutes
I find your dog unleashed, I get up on it
So if your outta town or not home
Imma make a house call on your ho
She'll probably run away like a dog is supposed to
But I'll just follow, I am not opposed to
Chasing a bitch down the street
Morality fuck! I don't give a shit
Dr Bim controls the antibiotic
For any rabid dog, that causes static
Telling your dog to not lick itself
Everytime I grab a milkbone off the shelf
The penalty is maximum, that's the law
But I don't give a fuck, like you just saw
See cuz I am an animal loving villain
After I'm done, I need some penicillin
To take away the doggy flu
And once she's on the menu, her ass is through
Look you might think I'm being flip
But a clown named Bim ain't putting in just the tip
Straight outta Charleston

Johnny is his name and he's coming...

(VERSE 3 Johnny Wilder)

Straight outta Charleston
is a brother that will smother ya sofa
when I end up staying ova
Drinking all night raising hell
Always the last one to leave without fail
See, I don't wanna stop, I got a problem
Find any open bottles, I don't dodge them
Cuz I'm smooth, sit back, and sip awhile
And when I see something barrel aged, I just smile
To me its kinda funny, watching bitches be drivin
All over creation, sometimes even flyin
Looking for the one they call Johnny
Blowing up my phone while they text me
Dangerous!, on my skateboard after dark
Rollin in my hood, ain't no hesitation
I'll even take a piss on your pretty impatiens
Expense report my tab then I'm jettin
Plastering BC4M stickers so you ain't forgettin
So what about the time I passed out, fuck that!
You think I care about spilling beer on your carpet, I ain't no punk ass
This is the autobiography of the J and when you bitches be ready to play
You'll be drinking with a smooth talking rapper, blowin up your pristine crapper
Word to the motherfucka, 
Straight outta Charleston

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

BC4M Goes Vertical

With the imminent departure of our own Frank the Tank, the BC4M decided it was time for the Founding Fathers to give our senior member a proper send-off.  And what better day to do it than on Father’s Day, that one day a year for dad’s everywhere to drink a few beers to try and ease the pain that their children have caused them. The BC4M is no exception. Yes we've made a few parental mistakes... so what? Our 9 members have a total of 93 children with 26 different women. We are the Johnny Appleseed’s of human impregnation. Just last week, Bim introduced us to the newest member of his circus family.  Apparently, the bearded lady really was a woman after all! And Johnny Wilder also introduced his new "son". We all know how proud he is.  It was with this in mind that we gathered at Fred’s to toast our pirate hunter with a most rare vertical, the Firestone Walker anniversary collection.  In 1996, in celebration of their 10th anniversary,  Firestone Walker began blending different beers to produce an annual anniversary beer. Fred managed to procure the 11th-16th in that collection. I know… you people reading this right now are thinking “what a bunch of pussies! The Beer Club for Men is only drinking 7 beers? Lightweights!”  But before we got to the main course, like all great meals, we started with some hearty appetizers.  First up was a Kane Head High IPA (6.5%). This beer had a great nose, and was a realy decent IPA, rating a good. Kane's Oak Aged Head High IPA (6.5%) had a nice, mild bourbon flavor. Another solid good. Next up was a bomber of Westbrook/Evil Twin collaboration Mini-Growler Imperial Stout (12%) which was wonderful. Two great breweries, one great beer, rating a really good. Next up were some Perennial beers from our trading partner in St. Louis. We started with a 17 (11.5%), their mint chocolate stout. This beer is a thin mint cookie in a glass. Not a beer that you could drink a lot of, but the perfect beer to pour when your scarfing down some Samoas and realize you don’t have any milk to go with them. This beer was an easy really good. Next up was Barrel Aged Sump (10.5%), a whiskey barrel aged stout with coffee added. What a great beer! Smooth as silk, with the perfect amount of coffee and just a hint of booze. The first RFG of the night! Then it was on to the FW beers. First up was XI (11%) with a sweet toffee flavor, a really good beer. XII (12%) was sweeter and had a heavier bourbon flavor, another really good. XIII (12%) has a smooth, Parabola-type flavor, another really good. XIV (12.5%) was amazing when we first drank it, and still is. XV (12.5%)... what can you say, still RFG. And the final FW, the XVI (13%), is another RFG!
The following week, Fred called for a mid-week meeting for another vertical surprise. This time, we chose the Founder's Kentucky Breakfast Stout for a 2006-2013 vertical tasting. KBS is a great beer. Difficult for those on the east coast to obtain, but generally well worth the effort. We began the tasting with Kane Solitude (9.5%) a nice, smooth dark beer without a hint of pesky Belgian influence! It rated a unanimous really good.  Then it was onto the KBS. Surprisingly, Founders began brewing their signature beer using screw top bottles. Maybe they got a deal from the fellas over at Schlitz. The first 3 beers in this group (2006-2008) were flat. Taste was OK, but drinking a flat beer is a lot like french kissing your grandma. Sure, you’re getting to first base with a chick, but  she smells like old lady perfume and urine soaked mothballs, ruining what should be an awesome experience. Starting with the 2009 version, the beers started improving, right up to the latest incarnation. My advice to those hoarders out there who are cellaring old KBS, drink it now or try trading it, as this is one beer that probably peaks fairly quickly. We ended the night on our old standby,  Williamsburg Ale Werks Café Royale. Not to brag too much, as this beer is produced in our own backyard, but Café Royale can hold it’s own with any other coffee stout. In fact, we think it’s as good or better than KBS.
 So if you live in the San Diego area, watch out for Frank the Tank! He has an insatiable appetite for Bourbon barrel-aged beers and big titted hermaphrodites, and, together with his brother Mickey Boombatz, will crush anyone who gets between him and the nearest tap!