What do you do on rainy days or in cooler weather at the cottage? You bring your games inside of course! That’s exactly what we did last fall when we had the sister & brother-in-law up one evening for dinner. We decided that we’d have an evening of beer tasting. Brian had the awesome idea to make things interesting and so the write essay your future popular viagra brands panda essay for kids ap world history ccot essay help how to write out the date in french https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/how-to-write-an-unseen-poetry-essay/17/ beloved homework help biotin propecia source url go here esgic plus overnight pharmacy canadian pharmacy cialas combien de temps dure un viagra follow site toefl essay questions men who take viagra what is the purpose of the introduction https://psijax.edu/medicine/over-the-counter-substitutes-for-cialis/50/ go follow site rx relief card consumer reports http://www.danhostel.org/papers/new-york-case-study/11/ math homework help pre algebra free research papers in apa format a good thesis statement for abuse article writing service avodart hair regrowth pictures see url research paper topics for english 101 paper for sale https://tffa.org/businessplan/wright-brothers/70/ write my paper in the same day Beer Olympics was born!
Yes! A Grown-up Beer Drinking Game!
And of course you can play this outside on a hot day too!
You will need:
- Beer to sample
- Small sampling cups. You can use glasses too but without rinsing between samples and tracking which glass is whose, it could get kinda weird.
- Score sheet (I’ve included one here that you can print off!) Beer Olympics Printout
- A few of your favorite snacks to munch between samples to “cleanse your palate”
- A pitcher or bucket – just in case you find a sample so awful you can’t bring yourself to finish it. Life’s too short to drink bad beer.
Here’s how it works:
- Choose your theme. For our first Beer Olympics we chose international brands. You could also choose from local, craft breweries, single brewery, country specific brands etc.
- Select your beers for sampling. In our case, each person brought two types of beer, one tall-boy each (or the equivalent). You can scale that for more “judges.” For example if you have 8 people, each person brings one type of beer but two tall-boys. That’s plenty for sampling without getting plastered.
- Wrap the cans or bottles in newsprint or other paper to make this a real blind taste test for everyone.
- Select a “responsible” member of the group to keep score and set up your tracking sheet. I’ve provided one here that you can download or you can create your own.
- Make sure everyone knows how the game works & understands the scoring system.
- You’ll be sampling one beer at a time. Pour a sample for each person – enough to empty the can – and pass them around.
- Pretend you’re a connoisseur and take a sip! This is where the game gets really fun; usually a great conversation ensues as you and your friends comment and score the sample. There’s always a great debate and “Really? You like THAT!” comments are plenty. Remember you’re judging the beer, not your friends taste!
- Go around the table and allow each person to give their score. If you have wrapped the cans, this is when you would reveal the label. Record each score on the scoresheet. Our rating system is as follows:
- Repeat the process with the next sample and so on until all samples are finished.
- Once all scores are recorded, it’s time to tally and declare your Gold, Silver & Bronze finalists!
This “game” for four people takes approximately 2.5 hours to enjoy! Remember to download your Beer Olympics Printout!
*** Please drink responsibly! www.thecottagewife.com is not responsible for how much fun you have or for any careless behavior that may result from this game. ***