The ultimate test of Alcohol tolerance.
Century Club is pretty straightforward: 100 shots of beer, 100 minutes. Similar in concept to Power Hour, Century Club is simply the next step, a drinking game for the truly hardcore. Be warned, that it gets very hard to keep track of time, or how many shots one has completed, therefore an alarm every minute, or CD mix (100 songs, 1 minute each) or DVD mix (100 music videos, 1 minute each) is a recommended alternative rather than to simply watching the clock.
In case you're wondering what the challenge is, just consider the quantity of beer involved. A standard "single" size shot glass in the U.S. holds 1.5 ounces. So, that's 150 ounces of beer in about an hour and a half. One gallon contains 128 ounces. So imagine filling a gallon-size milk jug with beer, drinking all of that, and then tossing back another 22 ounces on top of it.
The more obvious comparison is drinking a normal 12-pack of beer, and then another half bottle, in a little over an hour and a half. Think that sounds easy? Then you may be a good candidate for the Century Club.
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So, with that, I invite you all to share your century club stories.
2005-07-07 16:51:24 I played this game at a campsite in Munich, Germany with vending machine beer that only cost a euro. Unfortunately, I wimped out somewhere in the 50s. —MiriamKaufman
2005-12-14 04:52:33 Three of my friends attempted this today in the middle of finals week. One completed it, promptly puked in a trashbag, then ran around the apartment complex with his bag of puke bragging about his feat. One of the other ones puked in the middle of it, and when another friend laughed at him about it, he hit the friend with the bag. They both burst out laughing. I personally would fail miserably in this challenge, but it's still one of the funniest things to take part in. —GiladGurantz
2009-05-06 22:49:39 I've participated in this a few times, made it to around 80 each time. Be sure to have some trash bags handy, it's definitely not for the weak. Fun challenge though if you feel like testing your alcohol limits. —ChrisOchoa