Geeks Who Drink helps events not stink.
Clowns are for kids. Deejays are corny and loud. And party games make guests feel awkward. The friendly competition of a Geeks Who Drink quiz breaks the ice, brings the laughs and makes any event unique and memorable.
Wedding rehearsals and showers, birthday parties and family reunions, corporate events and conferences, bar mitzvahs and funerals -- whatever event you are throwing, Geeks Who Drink can tailor a quiz suited to your needs. We've hosted events with as few as 15 guests and as many as 250. You give us your vision, and our expansive archive of questions fills your requests. And our rates are reasonable. No, really, they are.
Even if your guests aren't geeks who drink, our quizzes appeal to a broad audience. By the end, Grandma will know the joy of shoving the right answer in junior's face - "Gershwin!"
Here is what past clients have to say about our private event quizzes:
We have used Geeks Who Drink for several months now at our private club and have loved the quizmaster that they provide. The members look forward to seeing him each Trivia night and address him by name. They really make trivia not only fun, but also add their own personal touch to the trivia experience!
- Danielle West
Washington Athletic Club
We brought in Geeks Who Drink to host a quiz at a companywide corporate event. The staff worked with us on the question selection beforehand – we even had a round of company trivia – and were very responsive to our questions and needs. We had nothing but positive comments from everyone who participated for both the trivia quiz event and our hosts – and it served as an excellent team building activity for our staff. Everyone is still talking about it around the office months later.
- Anna Giuliani
Geeks who Drink hosted our annual summer party; we had a great time! The Quizmaster was fun and entertaining and the questions weren't impossible, but just difficult enough that we had lots of spirited debate going on among our teams. We'll be doing it again next summer!"
Sender & Wasserman, P.C.
To request more information about having your own private Geeks Who Drink event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 303-532-4737 ext. 801 or fill out the form below.
So, for the record me and the guy and the Metallica shirt had never met before tonight. He just reminds of the kind of guy that I would like to do bong rips with in the back of his van. And that van would have a topless chick riding a dragon and brandishing a flaming sword. And the the bong would be shaped like a wizard. Also, we’d be listening to be either Kiss’ Songs of the Elder or Slayer’s Reign In Blood. And by the way, that is in no way me trying to insult him. That is me trying compliment him in the highest possible way. Seriously, guy whose name I forgot, let’s be best friends for ever.
I can’t lie, it was great to hang out with the IQNavigator crowd tonight. Even though I still have no idea what you guys do. I assume it involves finding that place in my brain where I lost all that knowledge I have regarding Dostovesky novels. Either that or helping me find my keys. Either way, I deeply grateful.
You guys are very well versed. Be it geography, backwards guitar riffs, or whatever the fuck Gardyloo is.
And so again, I’d like to say thank you for having me. I hope I get to be part of your next get together. Till then, you can find me screaming obscenities at random strangers at a bar near you.
As I stood at A Place For Mom, sipping my Deschutes IPA and snacking on the remaining fruit from the platters (why doesn't anyone eat melon?), all I could think about was how rad everybody was. Thanks for letting Scorekeeper Chaz and I quiz all over your Happy Hour, you cool cats!
My absolute favorite personality: Mr. Rumpshaker. He wasn't afraid to request the music he wanted, and when I complied his approval was made apparent by the way he shook his groove thang. I don't know what role he plays in the office, but keep him around, guys; he's the life of the freaking' party!
Second place team Ones and Zeroes were seemingly proud of their nerd reps. It must have been quite a blow, then, when Team Funcierge overtook them at the very last minute for ultimate victory. Sorry, geeky guys! There's always me and Chaz's quizzes to prove your might. We'll see you there :)
Thank you all again for having us. Don't be strangers!
What a wonderful way to spend a Monday afternoon by having some drinks and playing pub quiz with your coworkers! If only my day job was that cool…
So what did we learn today? Well for starters, 77.7% of this afternoons teams knew exactly what topic Wookiepedia covers. The remaining 22.3% of you guys should bow your head in shame and have your nerd cards revoked…*cough* Team 4….*cough* Team 8.
Team 6 are clearly the music nerds as they score 14 out of 16 possible points for this afternoons Round 2: Greatest Riffs Reversed. Well done guys. If its of any consolation, 0% of you knew the answer to question #4 Rainbow in the Dark by Dio. If this was high school and I was grading on a curve, Team 6 would be the curve breakers.
Another thing we learned today was how much time you all spend on Google Earth! Seriously for round 5: Get Off of Google Earth and Do Some Damned Work, the low score was 6 out of 8. *cough* Team 3. Now all that time you spent exploring the world on company time has finally paid off! I think it’s safe to assume that perhaps Team 3 might be the most productive workers of the bunch?
In the end there can only be one champion and that honor goes to Team 9. Good job guys, you have proven yourselves worthy of a prize fit for a geek, $25 gift cards to Amazon. Don’t spend it all in one place! HA!
It was a pleasure to spend the afternoon at the Brickhouse Pub entertaining you fine folks, drinking beer and eating cookies. Seriously, those cookies are AMAZING! Mad props to the baker. If you liked this afternoon’s festivities, come check me out at Paddy Coyne’s (Bellevue) on Tuesday nights at 7:30!
Last night I had the pleasure of hosting a private event that was pretty much perfect for me
1) It was a fundraiser for an organization called Conspire Theatre who, through the dramatic arts, works with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women. In a previous life down in San Antonio, my husband and I founded a Shakespeare theatre company that worked with at risk high school students. So, yeah, DRAMA! HIGH FIVE!!!
2) It was at Bangers so that means my quiz invoved me eating SO MUCH MEAT. Again, HIGH FIVE!!!!
Also, not only did folks come with their quiz teams already well organized, those same quiz teams had spent the weeks leading up to quiz fundraising on their own for Conspire. So, we got to recognize a bunch of teams for their hard work and generosity while chastizing them for the fact that they didn't know that Hillary Clinton was once a Young Republican.
Also, a few teams I knew from other quizes so THAT was beyond cool.
Also, I think we can all agree that there are A LOT of ideas for Lifetime Movies that have yet to be made. I work in film. Conspire is a theatre company. Lets kickstarter the making of The Space Between Us.
Also, They'll Know We Are Quiz-tians? Best Team Name Of The Night.
And big congrats to Quiz Bowl Drop Outs for winning that top spot and the big prize.
Thanks again for having me!