Monday, Pour House Trivia Monday, so good to recap!

Pour House pub trivia‘s Monday had five AWESOME games of live trivia! We gave you a little history, zipped you with some sports, and hit you with some pop culture to boot! Check out the games, would you?

Del Ray Pizza – Alexandria, VA

WOW! We had 16 teams descend upon DRP here in Alexandria for our Monday night edition of pub quiz and this game was epic! High School Prom pulled out another win in a real tough game, with No Money, No Problems rolling right behind them for 2nd! Give it up to HR Puffnstuff for scoring a 3rd place showing as a duo! Our first category for next week will be “Statistics” so see you then! ~ Ronnie

Statistics Trivia Pour House Pub Trivia

Greene Turtle – Hagerstown, MD

Yet another killer game of Pour House Pub Trivia at the Greene Turtle in Hagerstown!! Our third place prize went to Cotton Candy!! In second just ahead of the was We’re Here for the Free Water!  Our top dogs of the evening, leading the second half was It’s Just Toothpaste! Their choice of first category next week is the movie GOONIES!! See you next Monday! – Torie

Goonies Pour House Pub Trivia Maryland

il Forno – Frederick, MD

With what proved to be a fairly difficult set of questions, I’m with Geoff seemed the least phased of all of the teams competing, taking down the win tonight! 2nd place went to Latrilla & the Mossy Banks, 3rd going to a new team calling themselves Half a Brain! Thanks for coming out everyone, and good game! We’ll be back next week, same time, same place!

1st Place: I’m with Geoff
2nd Place: Latrilla & the Mossy Banks
3rd Place: Half a Brain

Next week’s category: Medical Terms

Roast House Pub – Frederick, MD

It came down to the wire in a nail biter round of live trivia tonight at the Roast House! Regulars and Traveling teams meant it was a cut throat battle of veteran teams. Who would emerge victorious? Highlight’s of the night: It is now my head canon that Hannibal’s horse’s name was Silver and that he was the Lone Ranger of Carthage. This has nothing to do with either correct answer for that particular question, but who really cares about Napoleon anyway? I think Triple 50/50 Homer Simpson or RuPaul needs to be a category every week at the Roast House. Several Teams agree with me. I think a petition may be in order… Tonight was the night of split questions, with the field loving either one answer or another: Janet Jackson and Madonna, Amadeus and Reds, and the final: Rolls and Royce and Aston and Martin. How would that effect the standings? We had a tie for first going into the final, with several teams nipping right at their heels. Wagering was as important as a correct answer tonight, and it went down like this: In third place, the Know Nothings! Welcome to the Roast House guys, and good job tonight! In second place, wagering defensively going into the tie came the Dewey Decimators! Great game guys, well done! But with a correct answer, they would not be denied their streak: Multiple Scorgasms takes it down again! Congratulations guys! For their first round category next week, Multiple Scorgasms has chosen the French Language! So study up on the language of love, and we’ll see you next week! Until then, Ian

 French Trivia Pour House Pub Trivia

Spider Kelly’s – Arlington, VA

Since most of us have a day off on Tuesday, we had a bit of a boost in attendance at Spider Kelly’s, as ten teams filed in for a night of trivia.  Most of our regulars were there, and they were all jammed at the top of the standings as we finished the final round.  We had a two-way at the top between Liquor?  I Hardly Know Her! and Magic Grits.  But it was only one of those two that gave me the correct response on the final, and so it was Liquor who took down the win!  Eleven is a prime number took second, with Rocket Surgeons in third.  Next week begins with the VERY unique category of “Super Bowl Vice Presidents”.  ~ Matt