Beer and sport are brothers.
It has been the drink of the sports man since the dawn of time.
The Olympics, Superbowls, and random drunk games invented by your friends.
One film follows such athletes: The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat & Beers.
The film follows a grand group of men who travel to the woods once a year to compete in an all-day event called The Outdoorsmen.
The events, ranging from Death Race 3000 to Blind Mans Beer, combine brute physical challenges with high-speed beer chugging.
Braving freezing waters, treacherous riverbeds, and the rapid consumption of over 30 cases of beer, the Outdoorsmen thrive in the adrenaline rush they get out of this break from the 9 to 5 world.
These guys are responsible parents, husbands, and working men for 362 days a year, but for one weekend they get to be manly men and revel in the comradeship of their fellow Outdoorsmen.
Now, you too can enjoy the film at http://www.bside.com/films/outdoorsmen.
The site has the trailer, the first 10 minutes of the film, and the special feature How to Chug a Beer. It also allows you to download a portable or high-resolution version for as little as $2.99 or buy the DVD.
I loved it, and I hope you do, too.
The Outdoorsmen: 10 Men, 15 Events, 32 Cases of Beer.