Behold the power of the Bubba Keg!

Bubba keg 52 oz

I always thought the Bubba Keg was just this crazed, gimmicky mug that WalMart. But the other day, it was decided I needed such a vessel. Unbeknownst to me the Red Fury was chosen as my new Mt. Dew delivery vehicle. Not wanting to be rude with the gift, I did indeed fill it up with ice and Mt. Dew and took it to work with me. I’ll be damned if this mug doesn’t keep the Dew cold for the entire day. 12 hours later there was still ice in there!

At 52 ounces or around 1.5 liters, it’s enough to cause some serious distress to your bladder and when full it has some serious weight to it. But I have to take back the things I said, this is one cool mug.

I must bow down at the awesome power that is the Bubba Keg!

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2 Responses to Behold the power of the Bubba Keg!

  • Bob says:

    Glad to see another convert! it keeps cold stuff colder than hot stuff hot, but dang is it nice to have. and great for personal protection! enjoy!

  • Chuck says:

    I have had this exact mug for over 10 years now and it is a beast among all mugs. Fill it 3/4 full of ice and top it of with water and it will last all day, even on the hottest days of summer. Matter of fact you can refill it at days end with the ice still left in it and have a cold drink at table side all night. I will say that the tiny vent hole does dribble a little bit when the mug is tilted or shaken but that is a minor issue considering all other things. I assume the reason I have had such good results with this mug is the outstanding quality and the fact that I take care of it by light hand washing once a day with mild soap and cold water. I have removed the seal only twice for cleaning in 10 years and it was not even dirty in the slightest. Friends make fun of my 52oz. Bubba KEG but I’m drinking ice cold beverages and just silently laughing at them. Word to the wise, there are a lot of knock off’s of this product so make sure you get the one with the raised lettering on the metal part and the screw on cap.

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