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The Amazing Case is a daylong Bar Crawl held in a different Twin Cities location each year.  This event is embraced enthusiastically by beer loving trivia mongers everywhere! – If this is you, best get on it!

The Amazing Case is a beer-festival-trivia-scavenger-hunt designed for people that need activities added to their daily party regiment.

Come join other beer lovers, develop friendships, and to mingle in the coolest local bars while competing in quite possibly the best bar crawl ever created.

This will be a day you’ll never forget.  One combined with with delicious beers, trivia, and games. The goal is decipher a series of clues and score big in a variety of games along the path, earning “extra credit” at various bars by doing silly tricks and drinking.  All the while, accumulating points to be the “Case Champions”, granting them infamous beer-drinking notoriety (and a host of great prizes)!

Historically sponsored by Summit Brewing and ThriftyHipster.com this event features all flavors of Summit and teams from all over the Metro.

To get information on advanced registration, game-day clues, and other fun treats,
Subscribe to the Amazing Case Email List

Here is what it’s all about:

Oh, and if you like this, make sure to join us for New Year’s Eve! We throw one of the biggest NYE shows in the Twin Cities, since 2008

This article has 3 Comments

  1. Hi I registered our team today but can’t figure out how to give us a name also where and when we meet on nov 10th? Also is there anything I need to bring? Just the paypal receipt? Thanks karisa

    | October 5, 2012 at 5:55 pm
  2. This is $35?!?! What do we get?

    | October 20, 2014 at 12:01 pm
    • Thanks Zach,

      To clarify, $35/Player =
      * All Beer for the Day (Lots of Summit!)
      * T-Shirt
      * 4 Games (Inc Hammerschlagen, Cornhole, and Live Band)
      * Big Prize: 3-Month Summit Supply (if you win)

      So really, YES, it’s $35, but compare this to a beer fest or other bar crawl: we give you all the beer plus a t-shirt, plus games, and to do it, we have to keep teams limited.

      Thanks for the question, hope to see you at the event!

      | October 21, 2014 at 4:05 pm

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