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 email@example.com, call 303-532-4737 ext. 805 or fill out the form below.
Thank you so much for having me at your event! I could tell you guys were having the most fun! From the initial "SURPRISE!" to the delicious food, and the bottomless drinks! Events at The Highball are always super fun and I'm so glad you wanted to include Geeks as well!
Everybody did pretty well with the 90s material and all the movie material. That talking house one tried to stump you but most everybody powered through it. Music was totally the high point for all of you. Who didn't love those one hit wonders?! Some definitely flexed their brain in those rounds! I love that you all were super competitive and still managed to stay friends at the end
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Likes: Cats, scuba diving, movies, cats, Karaoke, and Quizzin.
Dislikes: Mayo, people who don't use blinkers, people who abuse the system.
Good morning, you all out there in the Interwebs. Let me tell ya about the sweet birthday party we had in the ville of Pflugers. I’d previously met our hosts at my regular haunt, where we bonded on the fact their names match the names of good friends of mine in Virginia – right down to uncommon spelling. It’s the simple pleasures in life. Anyway, A. and B. wanted to bring a bit of quiz flavor to their friends and neighbors, who’d not played our little game before. Well, gather round, reverend QM Shaun is about to share the good word.
Yeah I know, there’s pictures on the side, but I’m still abbreviating names ‘cause privacy is cool, yo.
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A mild-mannered IT professional by day, Shaun reveals his true colors Tuesday nights, when he unleashes a barrage of quiz questions and mediocre verbal wit on the quiet town of Pflugerville.
What an amazing evening at the Agave Room above the Rio! It was truly an honor to be your QuizMaster for such a great cause (even though I'm still upset I didn't win the "Typical Saturday Night" basket of chocolates, schnapps, and rom coms... Who got it?!)
Quiz was about as competitive as I have ever seen it! Teams battled it out over six rounds, including a round on noses, Swedish Chef serenading us, sports movies, movies being described by their house, famous billboards, and the ever random round six of randomness. After the dust had settled, and the scoresheets had been tallied - we had A TIE! It all came down to an intense and suspenseful tiebreaker
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We come from the land of the ice and snow,
From the midnight sun where the hot springs flow.
The hammer of the gods will drive our ships to new lands,
To fight the horde, singing and crying: Valhalla, I am coming!
On we sweep with threshing oar, Our only goal will be the western shore.
Mondays at 7pm
McClellan's Brewing Company
Thursdays at 7pm
Thank you all for coming out tonight! Another fantastic showing here at Saint Arnold’s Pub night. I’m sitting here enjoying the latest seasonal, the Spring Bock. I get why they call it a spring bock. It’s got all the nutty toasty flavor of a regular bock, but it is also considerably lighter than a regular bock. Like, you could actually sit down and just drink this on a warm spring afternoon. For cereal. I’d be remiss if I didn’t bother to mention that the Blue Icon is off the hook. Fo Realz.
Okay, so the March show is NOT going down on the third Friday of the month. I said it at quiz, and we’ll plug it on both the Houston GWD page, the Saint
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Howdy! My name is Katie, I enjoy long walks on the beach, pasta, and Christmas lights in July. The first things people notice about me are my subtle sense of fashion and my typically reserved demeanor. I have a penchant for video games, with a fixation on SNES games of yore. I'm only 5'2", but I make up for it by wearing 4-6 inch platforms. I'm a HUGE Twilight fanboy-girl.
Disclaimer: Roughly 70% of the above is true. The other 40%... total fabrication and folly.
We had a bit of a discussion last night about Golden Syrup, and I guess the question is; is it what treacle made of, and if it is not molasses, is it the same as molasses.
My first stop in finding the answer to this is to talk to a friend of mine who has parents straight from the isle of Great Britain. Their answer was a unanimous, treacle aside, golden syrup and molasses are not the same, actually, golden syrup is closer to what we in America know as Karo syrup, which is made from corn.
So I got on the internet next and I learned a few things more things. Golden Syrup and Karo Syrup are very similar; there are wide varieties of colors of the syrups
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Yeah, well what can I say about myself...A LOT!
But I won't. I'm just your regular quiz-mistressing chick on in the city. Sounds like a million dollar sitcom idea to me.
Actually QM's are more of 250K reality show idea on MTV. My show would be akin to Jersey Shore, but no fist pumping or pregnant short people.
...but back to me. I'm called The Fortress...no idea why though, so come out and see me in action and maybe we can come up with some ideas why together!
For a buncha suits, you guys sure know how to have some fun playing pub quiz. After some quick numbering off to form teams, we were up and running. I had my doubts as to whether or not the A/V was going to come through, but after some initial hiccups we finally heard the Prince and all was well. I don't think I've ever seen so many perfect rounds before! You folks should definitely stop by one of the other pub quizzes around, I've no doubt that you'd do excellently. In the end, the sheer unrelenting excellence of Unknown was too much to bear, and they wound up winning. The Team In First Place With The Most Points was, unfortunately, not.
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I thought I already wrote this stupid thing! Accursed internet!
Anywho, there's not much to say. I'm a complete trivia pub quiz nerd, but I don't have any pub quiz nerd friends, so being on the other side of things was a natural move for me. I also have decent public speaking experience from being on my high school debate team, so if you need a witty retort or some thick-as-molasses sarcasm, I'm your man.
I'm in school for engineering at the moment, so my schedule is pretty open at night. I mainly stay at Wilson and Washburn, but I'll probably pop up in other locations around the Omaha/Lincoln area.
No, it's not the start of a joke. Just a good time.
It was great being your quizmaster tonight! My favorite round was the one that let me call out each teacher individually. It's impressive to cover geography, film, music, history, biology and PE all in one round! Unsurprisingly the best round over all was all Crazy songs. The worst round collectively was about advertising.
Hopefully you picked up some fun tips and tricks of borderline-sassy, but not-too-snarky things to say to your children. For example, use your listening ears, and lets all act like giraffe and STFU. Ok, you may need to modify that one.
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things I like more then most people: vultures, my job(s), the world frolic, the ocean, rhode island, canada, good hugs, sharks, harry potter, dumb jokes, traveling, scuba
things I dislike more then most people: the word tootles, scary movies, spicy food, pickles, tomatoes, spelling frolic with a K, dinosaurs, elevator doors, facetime/webcams
Normally when you book me, you get one thing: the quiz. Well, you get the quiz and my sparkling personality. So two things. But last night we had some impromptu karaoke as well, albeit karaoke without lyrics. If I had been thinking, I would have added Sweet Caroline and Don't Stop Believin' to go with a little Fat Bottomed Girls action. Wait, that came out wrong.
Before I started last night, it was pointed out to me that this was a gathering of salespeople, AKA the most competitive type of human known to mankind. Professional athletes? No. Career politicians? Get out of here with that. When it comes to competition, salespeople take the cake, and possibly your answer sheet if they
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Bob has been playing Geeks Who Drink pub quizzes since 2010, and always thought quizmastering looked easy. He is in for a rude awakening.
Bob also once ripped an unopened can of coke in half with his bare hands. He would just like you to know that, in case Rule #2 comes into play.