Guinness World Beer Record

"...June 22, 1977 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania"

 

Guinness World Beer Drinking Record
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Steven Petrosino (Lt. Col. USMC Retired) drank 1 liter of beer (33 ounces) in 1.3 seconds on June 22, 1977 at the Gingerbreadman in Carlise, PA, a 56% improvement over the previous world record set several years earlier by Peter Dowdeswell of England (2.3 seconds for 1 liter).

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Guinness World Beer Drinking Record

 


The purpose of this webpage:
This web page will chronicle the world record established in 1977 and first recorded in the 1978 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records. This record remained undefeated for 14 years, and became a permanent record when Guinness removed all records for beer drinking or alcohol consumption from their record book in 1991. Seventeen years later, In 2008, the records reappeared in the Guinness Book in the "Gross Gastronomy" section. As of August, 2009 (the last update of this website), this record remains undefeated. All other claims to a world beer drinking record by anyone else are spurious.


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  • PICTURES of the World Record


  • VIDEO CLIPS of the World Record

  • (REPRISED 26 YEARS LATER)

     

     

    The night of June 22, 1977. Establishing the World Record.

    The Guinness World Record was established at the Gingerbreadman bar in Carlisle Pennsylvania (near Dickinson University and the Carlisle War College) where Petrosino was working as a bartender while attending post-graduate school at Penn State University. Petrosino was 25 years old at the time. Time Keepers used three digital watches which had just become commercially available in the United States in early 1977 and cost over $125 each. The time keepers were: Michael A. Barber, Joseph Casserta, and Leo Sweeney. Leo was a representative for Guinness, Ltd. Times of the three timekeepers were averaged to arrive at the official time reported to Guinness.

    The record was established for 1/4 liter (0.137 seconds), 1/2 liter (0.4 seconds), and 1 liter of beer (1.3 seconds), but only the 1 liter record was published by Guinness.

    The record remained undefeated, and was retired as an undefeated record when Guinness removed all alcohol consumption records from their record book in 1991. Seventeen years later, In 2008, the record reappeared in the Guinness Book in the "Gross Gastronomy" section

    Techniques used to establish the World Beer Drinking Record



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    PICTURES

    Guinness World Beer Drinking Record 1/2 liter
    Picture 1: 1/2 Liter of beer (2 8.5 ounce glasses) in 0.4 seconds.

    Guinness World Beer Drinking Record Notarizing the signatures of witnesses
    Picture 2: Notarizing the signatures of 35 witnesses.

    Guinness World Beer Drinking Record 1/4 liter of beer
    Picture 3: 1/4 Liter of beer (8.5 ounces) in 0.137 seconds.

    Guinness World Beer Drinking Record posing after consuming 4 pitchers of beer
    Picture 4: Posing for picture after consuming 4 pitchers of beer.


    VIDEO CLIPS   Apple Quick Time Users (.mov) click HERE



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    Reprising the World Record, 26 years later:
    The speed drink video recorded above was conducted over 26 years after establishing the world beer drinking record on December 18, 2003 at the Old Bag of Nails Pub in Columbus, Ohio.

    The speed drink was conducted using a 12-ounce mug and was timed at 0.18 seconds, which is about 0.043 seconds slower than the original world record set in 1977.


     

    Steven Petrosino can be contacted at: president@nutritionadvisor.com

     

     




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