The Queen Vic and Newcastle Brown Ale present “A Right Royal Pub Quiz”, hosted by British Ink’s Paul Roe.
WHAT: Every week, our entire 2nd floor (including our heated outside patio) will be reserved for Royal Pub Quiz seating. The contest lasts three months and teams of two, three or four are welcome. Weekly prizes will be handed out to each Tuesday’s winners, and cumulative scores will be saved on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ARightRoyalPubQuiz2013.
Once your team hits the requisite 50 points, you’re eligible for the loyalty prizes. All eligible teams are entered in a May 28th drawing for the big prizes.
Weekly Prizes: Each week’s winning team receives a The Queen Vic gift certificate.
Runners up receive a round of drinks.
Loyalty Prizes: 1st Prize – Two round trip tickets to London (up to $1,600 value)
2nd Prize – Your own home BeerTender with three kegs (a $250 value)
3rd Prize – Newcastle swag bag (up to $100 value)
Featuring crazily priced pints of Newcastle Brown and Newcastle Seasonal Ales at $4.55 during each quiz.
WHERE: The Queen Vic, 2nd Floor, 1206 H Street NE, Washington DC, 20002
WHEN: Every Tuesday from 7p.m. to 9-ish, starting March 12th.
-No Cheating! Any team caught using phones will be docked points and forced to buy everyone a shot.
-Participants must be at least 21.
-Two to four people per team are allowed. Maximum of four people are allowed per team over the course of the contest (you can’t bring a new, smarter friend each week.)
-Prizes are NOT redeemable for cash.
-First come, first served: No reservations will be taken and seating is limited, so come early to avoid disappointment.
-Cumulative scoring works on a 15-point curve. Each week’s winning team gets 15 points, 2nd place gets 14 points 3rd gets 13 points etc… (the 15th place team gets 1 point and the 16th place team gets, well, ridiculed.)
-Teams that have a check of at least $50 at the end of each quiz will receive an additional 5 points
*The Queen Vic management and Paul Roe reserve the right to disqualify any team for aggressive, threatening or inappropriate behavior.