"I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" is a book written by Tucker Max, which was published in 2006. Tucker Max received his B.A. from the University of Chicago, where he graduated in 1998. He attended Duke Law School on an academic scholarship. He is an american writer, blogger, and film producer. This book tells about anecdotal stories of debauchery and belligerence that he had written in his blog. The stories were interesting enough so that the appropriate entry bestseller list in the New York Times in 2006, 2007 and 2008. This book sold about 70,000 copies in the first year.
"I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" consists of short stories narrated by the author himself, which generally focuses on the narrator's humor. Related stories with themes such as the author's view of women, insulting people, drinking (often to excess), and embarrassing sexual encounters.
The title of the stories in this book consists of "Everyone has 'that' friend", "Quite the vacation", "Tucker goes to Vegas", "Floss", "The Foxfield Weekend", "My Key West Trip", "This'll just hurt a little", "She won't take no for an answer", "The Sex Stories", "The Dog Vomit Story", "The Midland, Texas Story", "The Worst Tucker Story Ever", "The Night We Almost Died", "The UT Weekend", "The Absinthe Donuts Story", "The Famous Sushi Pants Story", "The Now Infamous Tucker Max Charity Auction Debacle", "The Blowjob Follies", "Tucker Fucks a Fat Girl; Hilarity Ensues", "The Austin Road Trip", "Girl Beats Tucker at his Own Game", "Tucker Tries Buttsex; Hilarity Does Not Ensue", "The Pee Blame", "Tucker Goes to a Hockey Game", "The Most Disturbing Conversation Ever", "Tucker Ruptures his Appendix", "Tucker Has a Moment of Reflection; Ends Poorly"
In 2008, Max announced that he was independently financing a movie with the same title, loosely based on The Austin Road Trip story from the book.