Yo, Beer and Brats crew, thanks for coming out this week! I know we had a little scheduling mix-up, but we'll get that Disney night another time. In the meantime, we had an excellent round of perfectly ordinary trivia, with lots of difficult questions. We had an amazingly easy visual round this week, which most teams aced, and an exceedingly difficult kitchen time question, which most teams did not ace. Not even close. Who knew all those people in Utah were paying for their porn?! Crazy...
Shout out to Mouseaholics and Punching Ms. Daisy for battling it out all night. They traded victories, each one scoring a 1st place over the other. Honorable mention to team Forever Hungry, who made a strong showing. Speaking of that team, thanks to Rabbit Hole Brewing for bringing four delicious beers out tonight. That barrel aged beer was excellent! Two thumbs up from this guy.
Thanks again for playing, everyone, and see you next week!
Find me before 7pm and answer the following question for a bonus point:
Which mathemetician was famous for his final conjecture, written in the margins of a copy of Arithmetica, that remained unproven until 358 years later, and was once sited by the Guiness Book of World Records as the "most difficult mathematical problem"?