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2023 Beerlympics by RockPit Brewing & South Orlando Crossfit
February 4 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Beerlympics are back for year three.
This time it’s a team event featuring five (maybe more) beer-related games that will test your hand-eye coordination, strength, and, of course, beer consumption skills.
Your team of four will compete in these five games:
- Team Hammerschlagen In this event, each team member will each play Hammerschlagen on a single stump for time. Once the timer starts, each team member must hammer their nail into the wood until it’s flat with the surface. Your time will stop when the last person has finished hammering their nail.
- 26.2 Meter Obstacle Relay Yes. That’s METERs . In this game, each team member will carry a stein filled with liquid 26.2 meters handing it off to the next person until all four members have completed their leg of the race. You’ll be scored on time and the amount of liquid lost in the stein.
- Crazy Straw Chug Relay In this competition, we will fill a five-ounce cup with beer for all four team members. One by one, each team member will chug the beer through a crazy straw, run to the next person and tag them which will start that team member’s chug. The game is finished when all four team members have completed the chug and will be scored for total time.
- Keg Roll Relay In this game, there will be a partially filled keg that will be rolled on the ground by each team member for a short distance until all four team members have completed their leg of the race. Scoring is based on the total time of all four team members completing their leg of the relay.
- Stein Holding A beer games tradition known around the world. In this competition, each team member will be given a 32oz stein filled with liquid. They will hold the stein out in front of them where the rim of the stein is below eye level, but above shoulder level. Your time will stop once the stein drops below eye-shoulder level. Scoring is based on the cumulative time each member held their stein. Meaning if each team member held their stein for 1 minute, the team score would be 4.