Beerlympics™ is an annual event held every year at Stable Studios in Spencer Indiana. Teams compete in a gauntlet of drinking competitions with honor, glory, and $1000 in cash prizes on the line.
The 2017 Beerlympics will be held May 13, 2017. Games start at 2:00pm EST. We will be camping on location the night before starting at 6:00pm EST. All participants are encouraged to come out the night before to meet and greet, camp, and practice the games. Players that show up after 2:00pm EST on the 13th forfeit matches until they arrive.
The games plan on running until 11:00pm and players are encouraged to camp overnight after the games. Food will be available to purchase on-site. Spectators will pay $5 to park and camp over the weekend.
Interested in becoming a vendor or setting up a booth at the Beerlympics? E-mail us at ProBeerSports@gmail.com
Pro Beer Sports
Pro Beer Sports is proud to invite you to Beerlympics 2017 on May 13th, 2017! This will be the 9th straight year of us hosting the Beerlympics and we're excited to announce that this year we will be giving away $1000 in cash prizes to the winners! Think you can play drinking games and drink beer with the best of them? Register your team of 4-5 for this year's Beerlympics and prove it! Games such as Beer Pong, Flip Cup, Cornhole, Quarters, and some new games are played to determine the champion. Each team needs to pick an available country and plan on coming dressed in that countries colors or themes. Teams pay $100 with a minimum of four and maximum of five per team. This includes venue fee and all the beer in the games!
To register your team for the Beerlympics click here.
Saturday May 13th, 2017
Teams are encouraged to come camp out the night before starting at 6:00pm EST and to camp after the Beerlympics ends. The games and camping are held inside a covered arena so weather will never be a problem. $5 for parking and camping for the whole weekend if not on a team.
Each game will use the official Pro Beer Sports rules. Click on a game to see the rules.
Regicide™ (used to determine seeding)
Mug Race (used to break ties in a series)
Das Boot (only last mug of Mug Race in Grand Finals)
Beer Pong 2v2
Flip Cup 4v4
Speed Quarters™ 2v2
Sticky Wicket™ 2v2
Sink the Biz 3v3
The winners of Beerlympics VIII will receive cash prizes for their efforts! Pro Beer Sports will be giving away $1000 in cash prizes to the top teams!
(Payouts determined by number of entrants. Champions can't win less than $500.)
Every year, the winning team is featured in the official Beerlympics highlights video!
Every year, one player is selected as that year's Beerlympics (MVP) Most Valuable Player and they are featured in the official Beerlympics highlights video!
We ask that when you register, please let us know which country you plan on coming as. We ask that you try to at the least wear that country's colors at the Beerlympics. The more themed you are, the more fun it is! Being dressed up is not mandatory, but you at least have to pick a country to be your team name.
Before you register as a country or come the day of dressed as a country, check the list of confirmed teams.
Entry fee is $100 per team. Teams can have four or five people. To register your team and see a list of confirmed countries, click here.
Every team will have three people play in a massive game of Regicide to determine seeding. The team that wins first seed gets to pick their spot on the bracket first, second seed second, ect. Bracket is double elimination.
Each round, all the teams will play the same four games against their opponent, but each match-up will play them in a different order. Each round is a best of 5 games. If the series is tied 2-2, it goes to a Mug Race to decide the winner. The Grand Finals will be a best of 7 series. If that series is tied 3-3, it goes to a Mug Race with Das Boot as the last mug to determine the winner of Beerlympics.
Every member on the team has to play at least once in every series. If winning the next game would clinch the series, but someone on your team hasn't played this series, they have to play.
(Bracket subject to change based on number of teams. Teams will be added as they pay and this bracket does not represent the actual Beerlympics bracket)
A massive game of Regicide™ will be played at the start of the Beerlympics. This game will include all teams and will determine seeding for the actual Beerlympics bracket. Beerlympics bracket is single elimination. The team that comes in 1st in Regicide gets to pick where they start in the bracket first, then the 2nd place team picks second, ect.
Teams will face off against another team in a best of 7 series. Each series consists of four predetermined games played in a different order based on bracket seeding. Each team will also get to pick one game each. The higher seed team picks first and you cannot pick a game already scheduled for that round. If the series is tied 3-3 after the six games, it comes down to a 4v4 Mug Race with one beer in each mug. The tournament will be single elimination.
The last two teams will play against each other in the Grand Finals. The Grand Finals are a best of 7 series. All six games are picked back and forth by the two teams in the Grand Finals. The team with the higher seed picks first. If the series is tied 3-3 after the six games, it comes down to a 4v4 Mug Race with Das Boot as the last mug. Das Boot contains 2 full beers. Winner of the Grand Finals wins the Beerlympics and the cash prize!
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U.S.A. (USA not playing. Will be available in 2018)
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Pro Beer Sports has been hosting the Beerlympics for nine straight years!
Teams are asked to dress in the themes or colors of their country. Here is Canada from 2015!
Lots of fun times, close games, and beer drinking take place during the Beerlympics.
U.S.A. has won the last three years. Now that they retired, who will win the $1000 and the trophy?