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BOC Meets to discuss 2014 Games

posted May 7, 2014, 1:52 PM by Doug Dury

The Beer Olympics Committee was summoned to gather to begin preparations for the 2014 Beer Olympics. 

There was an attempted coup d'etat of the committee chairmanship, the situation was resolved swiftly and with out incident. 

The committee then entered into a discussion of The Games events.  The only passed resolution was to return quarters to a shotgun start rather than a relay.  Other discussion may be had on events but it is likely the events will remain the same as last year.  As every other year the relay needs some tweaking, a special council has been formed and a study has been commissioned to determine exactly what changes are needed. The  council will review the findings and present them to the Committee for further determination.  

Lastly an in depth analysis of potential dates was undertaken.  The comittee reviewed most every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor day and only a couple were found feasible.  The early date (in late june)  has been decided upon, with the only major concern being time for the host nation to prepare given the hose nation has major commitments in the weeks previous to the Games.  Member Nations will provide aid to ensure the preparations can be completed.

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BOC Meets to comence planning for 2013 Beer Olympics

posted Jul 24, 2013, 1:15 PM by Doug Dury

June 14, 2013 

BOC meet today to begin planning the 2013 Beer Olympics.  An need member nation was inducted, David Dury.  It was decided the 2013 Beer Olympics would be held on the premises provided by the newest member.  Theme ideas are being discussed but a selection has not been made. Date has been narrowed down to the second weekend in August.  Save the dates will be going out as soon as the Theme is decided upon.

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BOC Meets to plan 2010 event

posted Jun 1, 2010, 7:46 PM by Doug Dury

The BOC meet, with a reduced staff this year, to finally get preparation underway for the 2010 Beer Olympics.  With the event only 3 weeks away we figured it was time to do something.  There were no major changes this year so need for preparation has been light.
                                                                                                                             
The beer has already been purchased through many of our very helpful friend and family so this year there will not be the need to purchase kegs the day of. As you can see in the website design our defacto "sponsor" is Old Milwaukee.  This is not because they gave us anything but, as a true sponsor would, but because all the beer served this year will be Old Milwaukee due to a sale price on their 12 packs and a mail in rebate.  This enabled us to purchase cans at a price cheaper than kegs, and we feel cans are much better for this event than kegs.                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
Anyway the only thing the BOC really discussed was how to best utilize the donated "Drinko" board in this years games. No decision was officially made or documented. 


2008 Beer Olympics Cup winners will return

posted May 15, 2009, 4:06 PM by Doug Dury

Today the 2008 Beer Olympics overall medal count winners announced they have managed to gather all the members of their 2008  team and have officially submitted their team registration for this year games.  Jeff Dury, Doug Dury, Brian Niemi, Jenn Niemi and Shawn Cool will be defending their 2008 championship run and again competing as the Hickory Huskers.

Beer Olympics by the Numbers

posted May 13, 2009, 5:10 PM by Doug Dury

This is a fun informational blog posting that was done last year but mostly holds true this year.  As all past participants know the more events you compete in and the more time goes by the more fun Beer Olympics gets.  However for those concerned about drinking too much this is a run down on how little beer you can drink if you want to and still compete.  Of course this method has never been put into practice but here is the break down in case you were interested.  Click here to read.

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Initial meeting of the BOC

posted Apr 12, 2009, 9:46 AM by Doug Dury

The BOC activated to begin planning for comming years event.  Not all member nations were in attendance but quorum was met so regular business commenced.   Click here to see the minutes.

Beer Olympics Website Online

posted Feb 10, 2009, 5:38 AM by Unknown user

The official website of the BOC is up and content is being added. It will serve as the primary area for comunication for not only BOC members but participants in the coming Beer Olympics. 
 

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