Classic Beer pong
This game is played with 4 players. You will need two teams of two.
For this game you will need 22 cups, 2 ping pong balls, and a 6-8 foot long table.
Begin by placing 10 cups at each end of the table in the shape of a triangle, a row of 4, 3, 2, and 1. Also have one cup left over on each side as a designated “water cup” for cleaning the ping pong balls.
Both teams stand at their end of the table. Determine who goes first by one player on each team going “eye to eye” meaning they both look at one another rather than the cups and throw the ping pong ball. If one of them makes it they go first. If neither makes it their partners do the same, this continues until one team makes a cup.
The first team begins by both players throwing their ball at their opponent’s cups. If one of their balls are made the opposing team has to drink that cup. They must finish the cup before taking their turn. Once they drink, (or if no drinking is necessary) the opposing team shoots back at your cups.
If one cup is made – team needs to drink that cup and then shoot back at your cups.
If both team members make a cup (2 different cups) you get “balls back” meaning the opposing team has to drink those two cups and then pass the balls back across the table for you team to have another round.
If both team members make the same cup on their opponent’s side The game is won and the losing team has to finish all remaining beers on the table.
If a player bounces the ball off the table and into a cup on the opponent’s side it counts for two cups. The one that the ball is in and one additional cup picked by the team drinking.
This game is continued back and forth until all cups are made by one team. The losing team drinks all of their cups as wel as the remaining cups of the winning team.
This game is played with as many people you can fit at the table (must be an even amount on each side)
Each side of the table is considered a team.
Each player will need a cup filled about a quarter of the way up with beer.
To begin the two players at the end of the table cheers and chug their beer. As soon as they are done drinking the must put the cup (face up) on the edge of the table in front of them and with one hand flip the cup over so that it is now standing on the table upside down.
Once this is completed the next person on the team chugs their beer and flips their cup…
This continues until all players on one team have successfully drank all their beers and flipped all of their cups. First team to finish wins the game.
IF FLIP CUP AND BEER PONG MATED…
This game is played with 4 people. You will need two teams of two.
Begin by playing a quick round of flip cup to determine who goes first in beer pong.
Set up beer pong but with only 3 cups in a triangle on each side. With the winning team from flip cup starting begin as if playing a normal game of beer pong (throwing ping pong balls into the opponent’s cups)
The twist comes when a cup is made. Once a cup is made the player that is up to drink jugs the beer and attempts to flip the cup on the edge of the table like in “flip cup” if he/she is successful on the first try they refill the cup and place it back into the triangle. If they are unsuccessful on the first try the cup is removed and the game continues.
The game is continued in this way until one team has no cups remaining. The losing team also needs to drink the cups remaining on the winning teams side of the table.
This game is played with 4 players. You will need two teams of two.
This game is played on a long table similar to one that would be used for beer pong.
Each team gets to place their “ships” anywhere they want on their side of the table. Each team gets 4 ships, one that is 4 cups long, one that is 3 cups long, one that is 2 cups long, and one that is 1 cup long. So 10 cups will be needed by both teams. Again, ship can be placed anywhere on the teams side, they can also go in any direction the only rule is each ship must be in a straight line.
Once all of your ships are set in place fill them each half way with beer.
Now, similar to beer pong you take shots at the opposing team’s cups or “ships”. When you make a cup the opposing team must drink the entire cup before they can throw back.
The game continues until one team has wrecked all of their opponent’s ships.
This game is best played with 6-10 people
Gather all players around a large table (circular works best for this game) Each player must have a drink in front of them and on the table.
Place the ball in the center of the table and begin by saying “blow ball”. All players will begin by blowing at the ping pong ball trying to get it to fall off the table. You are not allowed to use anything but your own air. Once the ball does fall off the table whoever it is closest to has to drink. This can also be a team game by splitting the table into two teams; this way whichever side of the table it falls off the entire team takes a drink.
This game is best played with as many people may fit around the table.
Everybody needs their own cup plus one more that will be in the middle of the table.
Each player should fill their beer as full as they do for beer pong (about ¼ full)
The one extra cup gets filled all the way up and put in the center of the table.
Somebody begins by shooting the ping pong ball at either the center cup or another players cup. The ping pong ball must bounce off the table before making it into a cup.
If it goes into the middle is made then everybody playing has to chug their cup and play flip cup (place the cup at the edge of the table and flip it over) the last person to finish the chug and flip their cup has to drink the cup in the center of the table.
If it goes into another players cup that player has to chug their beer.
A interesting part of this game is that when you finish filling your cups you can place the empty cans or bottles anywhere on the table creating “road blocks”. By strategically placing these road blocks you can either better your chance of making into another cup or make it more difficult for somebody to make your cup.
This game is best played with 2-6 people.
Begin by placing 21 of the provided cups on one end of the table in a 7 x 3 rectangle.
Fill all the cups with various amounts of beer at random. We play with at least 3 full cups and the rest vary
Each player takes their turn at throwing a ping pong ball at the cups.
The game continues until all cups are gone. The person that makes the final cup is crowned the winner.
Circle of fun
This game is best played with 3-8 people.
Fill one cup to the top with beer and place it at the center of the table. The fill a cup ½ way for each player that is playing. Place these additional cups around the center cup in a circular shape.
A player begins the game by shooting a ping pong ball at the cups. The ball must bounce off the table before making a cup or it doesn’t count.
If the center cup is made everybody at the table has to drink their cup and play flip cup to see who has to drink the center cup.
If a player’s cup is made they need to chug it, refill it, and place it back in the circle.
The game continues for as long as you’re enjoying yourself.
One on One
This game is played with 2 players.
Similar to beer pong setup… each player fills one cup on their end of the table. You can place the single cup anywhere on your side of the table.
Game begins with one player shooting a ping pong ball at the other player’s cup. Each player gets two shots per round.
Make one ball – 1 point, player drinks half of beer.
Make both balls – 2 points, player chugs beer, refills, and places back on the table
Air ball – 3 points to the other player
We play this game until one player has 15 points, but any pre-determined amount could work.
Beer pong – Hat Trick style
This game is played with 2-4 players.
Same set up as classic beer pong with a twist in the rules.
Each team will have 3 ping pong balls to shoot instead of 2.
The first two balls count as one cup if made like normal rules but the third ball shot is worth 2 cups if made.
If a team makes all 3 shots in a single round they have completed a “hat trick” and automatically win the game. The losing team needs to drink all of their remaining cups as well as the remaining cups of the winning team.