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The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat & Beers (2005)

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Once a year, an exclusive group of men travels to a top-secret location somewhere in the wooded mountains of Washington State to compete in an all-day event they call The Outdoorsmen. They ... See full summary »

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Once a year, an exclusive group of men travels to a top-secret location somewhere in the wooded mountains of Washington State to compete in an all-day event they call The Outdoorsmen. They battle their way through a series of events that combine physical challenges with high-speed beer chugging. For the past 4 years, this dedicated group has competed relentlessly to bask in the glory of winning the coveted title of Outdoorsmen Champion. As we examine the lives and friendships of the "Veteran" and "Newbie" Outdoorsmen, we discover a tradition of male bonding and whole-hearted dedication to a competition that pushes its players through events like DEATH RACE 3000, THE HATCHET TOSS, and BLIND MAN'S BEER. Braving freezing waters, treacherous riverbeds, and the rapid consumption of over 30 cases of beer, the Outdoorsmen revel in the rush of adrenaline they get out of this once a year break from the responsibilities of the 9 to 5 world. These men get to be responsible parents, husbands, and... Written by Scott Allen Perry

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The Outdoorsmen were so strict about their rule of "no women allowed" that producers Erin Brown and Monique Levi had to remain three hundred yards up the road from the location of the competition. See more »

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Must see if you're a man (or like them)
4 February 2006 | by (Illinois, United States) – See all my reviews

I happened to catch this show on a whim one night after I got home from a bud's house. Boy did I luck out. This film is wonderfully tasteful (to a guy), full of hilarious moments and outrageous stunts and challenges. It inspires men to follow in the footsteps of these men, my friends and I in particular. There is blood, plenty of sweat from these middle aged men, and most importantly tons upon tons of beer. Of course, there is plenty of subtle rock anthems in the background, which only highlights these post-high school rockers persona. A blast to watch alone, with buddies, your with, etc. Be sure to have a beer at hand to stimulate and enhance your viewing pleasure.


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