Beer Pong remains a popular party game that requires a surprising amount of skill as well as a dash of luck to be victorious! Traditionally involves the use of alcohol but can be altered for every event. Our handcrafted table comes in two parts for easy mobility, assembly and for those wanting an extra challenge, Extreme Beer Pong!
Rules of Beer Pong
- Once the teams have been arranged, the team to go first must be decided. This can be done in several ways but is usually done by a coin toss or a quick game of ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’.
- An equilateral triangle of 10 cups is arranged in front of each team and an agreed amount of beer (or other alcoholic drink) is placed in each cup. Each team will also have another cup for personal use to rinse the ping pong ball.
- The team to go first then each throws a ping pong ball towards their opponents cups. If one or both of the balls successfully land in an opposition team member’s cup, then an opposition team member must drink the contents of that cup and the cup is then removed from play.
- The teams continue to take turns until the one team has eliminated all of the opposition team’s cups.
- Should both teams eliminate their opposition’s final cup on their final turn, then the game is tied. In this instance, 3 cups are re racked and overtime begins, the winner being the first to eliminate all of the opposition’s cups. Further rounds of overtime will take place if further draws take place until a clear winner is found.
- Shooting in Beer Pong may be done either underarm or overarm and the player may try and bounce the ball into the cup or throw it in directly.
- Care should always be taken when playing Beer Pong and all players should drink responsibly.
Length: 2.4m, Width: 0.6m, Height: 0.8m
- Beer Pong Table
- 20 Cups
- 3 Ping Pong Balls