Which BroBible Reader Can Build the Largest Beer Can Pyramid In 10 Minutes?

by 7 years ago

Three years ago, students at the University of Melbourne in Australia entered the record books for building the world’s largest beer can pyramid. According to reports, the colossal structure was assembled with approximately 10,660 cans, measuring in at over 16 feet tall and requiring almost 4000 liters of beer to drink.  Eventually, we believe there are plenty of groups of Bros here in the U.S.A. who can shatter the Australian record by designing, engineering, and and constructing the world’s largest Beeramid, particularly when college begin their semesters this fall.

 

In the meantime, we want to challenge Bros with a less ambitious task of building the largest beeramid in 10 minutes. All you have to do is record a video of you creating your empty beer can masterpiece and submit it to Universal Record Database. If you win, Waffles will shortlist you for Bro of the Week. More details after the jump.

Criteria

  • Must be all beer cans. No soda or juice cans allowed.
  • Must submit 10-minute video show showing Beeramid’s entire construction
  • Beer cans must be empty.
  • Each pyramid layer must be smaller than the one beneath it.
  • No external support permitted.
  • Beeramid can be built indoors or outdoors.
  • No adhesives permitted.

 

Building the largest beeramid in the world will be a significant time and financial investment. We’ve compiled some helpful hints if you want to go for the gold and set a beeramid world record.

 

  • Save up your Busch, Beast, and Natty Light empties over the summer.
  • Present the idea to buddies in your frat, lax house, or wherever you happen to be living.
  • Make sure you’re building it in a safe place where it won’t be toppled by your drunken tomfoolery.
  • Must use over 10,660 cans.
  • Must be over 16 feet tall.
  • Plan to buy and consume over 400 cases of beer.
  • On that note, if you’re planning on participating with your frat, team, or group of friends, drop us a line at contact@brobible.com so we can keep track of your progress.

 


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