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Summer 2024 Beer Olympics

  • Sport: All Sorts Of Social
  • Format: Coed 6 - Minimum two females
  • Locations: Ann Morrison Park
  • Days of the week: Saturday
  • Starts on : Starts on Saturday, August 24
  • Dates: 8.24
  • Times: 11:00 AM

Signup Deadline: Friday, August 9

Get ready for the ultimate 6-person Beer Olympics extravaganza, where the sun-soaked day is divided into two halves of fierce competition and ice-cold brews. Prepare for a thrilling lineup of popular drinking games as we delve into the exhilarating details:

As an exciting addition to the Beer Olympics, each team participating in the event will receive personalized koozies adorned with their chosen country's flag. These koozies serve as a unique way to showcase team spirit and add a touch of national pride to the competition.

Each team comprises six energetic individuals (Minimum of 2 ladies) who embrace the spirit of sportsmanship, adventure, and, of course, beer! Participants can form their own teams by joining forces with friends, colleagues, or fellow beer enthusiasts to create a powerhouse squad.

First Half:
As the sun begins its ascent, the tournament kicks off with a trio of classic beer-infused games:

1. Cornhole: Teams take turns tossing bean bags onto inclined boards with a hole at the top. Precision, aim, and a touch of finesse are vital as participants strive to score points and secure victory in this beloved backyard game.

2. Beersbee (Frisbeer): Combining frisbee and beer, this game demands accuracy, teamwork, and quick reflexes. Teams aim to knock down the opponent's bottles by throwing a frisbee, while defending their own bottles. Agility and strategic throws are essential to dominate the field.

3. Beer Pong: A staple of drinking game culture, participants aim to throw ping pong balls into cups filled with beer. It's a test of focus, coordination, and friendly competition as teams aim to eliminate their opponent's cups while avoiding their own being sunk.

After a short break to recharge and refuel (Please drink some water), the tournament ventures into the second half of the day, featuring a trio of intense and fast-paced games:

1. Civil War (Beer Pong Variation): Teams split into two sides, facing each other at a long table, and compete in a rapid-beer pong battle. The speed, coordination, and synchrony of the entire team are crucial to come out victorious in this spirited game.

2. Rage Cage: Players take turns attempting to bounce a ping pong ball into cups arranged in a circle. If a player successfully lands the ball in a cup, they pass it to another player, keeping the game going. However, if a cup already contains a ball when landed upon, the player can pass it to anyone, and that person must drink from the penalty cup in the center called the "Rage Cage." The game continues until all cups are filled, and the last person to drink from the "Rage Cage" is the loser.

3. Kan Jam: A high-energy frisbee game that involves teams throwing and deflecting the disc into a can-shaped target. Points are scored based on successful throws and deflections, requiring a mix of accuracy, teamwork, and lightning-fast reflexes to emerge as the victors.

After a day filled with thrilling games and unforgettable moments, the Beer Olympics reaches its grand finale:

Final Event: Flip Cup
As the sun begins to set, teams gather around the tables one last time for the ultimate test of speed and coordination – Flip Cup. Teams race against the clock to drink their beer and then flip the cup upside down by flicking the rim with their fingers. The team that completes this challenge for all members first claims the coveted championship title.

Scoring and Prizes:
Teams accumulate points based on their performance in each game. The points are tallied throughout the tournament to determine the overall winner. A podium ceremony awaits the triumphant team, showering them with glory, pride, and, of course, coveted medals declaring them the Beer Olympics Champions.

Safety and Responsible Drinking:
While the Beer Olympics is centered around drinking games, it is essential to prioritize safety and responsible alcohol consumption. Tournament organizers will provide non-alcoholic beverages, water stations, and promote designated drivers or alternative transportation options to ensure everyone's well-being.

So gather your teammates, hone your skills, and brace yourself for an adrenaline-pumping day of Beer Olympics action, where camaraderie, competition, and the love of beer merge into an unforgettable experience!

    • Gender: Co-ed
    • Age: 21 and Up
    • Team
      • Status: Open
      • Cost:
      • Team

      (Fee is per player)

Treasure Valley Sports Leagues
Boise, ID 83705
(208) 908-3162