As an advid party goer I am always on the look out for new games to play and try out.
If you want to get your party started, and I mean really started, then you need to check out these 23 beer Olympics games. They are the perfect way to get a group of people together, have some friendly competition, and—of course—drink beer.
1. Beer Pong
This is a classic game that can be played with any number of players. You will need two teams of equal numbers, two ping pong balls, and lots of beer.
The object of the game is to throw the ping pong ball into the other team’s cups. If you make it in, they have to drink the beer. The first team to run out of beer loses!
You can make it into a tournament-style beer pong game where you have to win to move on to the next round. The winner is the team that makes it to the final round and wins!
2. Beer Bottle Ring Toss
For this game, you will need two players and two beer bottles. The object of the game is to toss the ring around the neck of the beer bottle. The player who gets the most ring tosses can be declared the overall winner—and earns some points towards the actual Olympics games overall.
3. Beer Relay Race
This is a team relay race where each team has to pass a beer down the line without spilling it. The winner is simply the team that finishes up first.
4. Beer Chugging Contest
This is a classic contest that can be done with any number of people. The object of the game is to see who can chug their beer the fastest. The person or group who finishes first gets the first position, and those who drink the slowest get last place (obviously).
5. Beer Drinking Trivia
This is a trivia game where you test your knowledge on all things beer-related. You can play the game in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire style, or say that the first to reach a certain score is the winner.
6. Beer Twister
This is a twist on the classic game of Twister. The object of the game is to contort your body into different positions while chugging beer. The person who can do it the longest without spilling comes first in this game. Every twist can require a sip or two of beer, too.
7. Beer Tasting Contest
This is a contest where you have to identify different types of beer by taste. The person with the most correct answers wins. (Granted, you're going to need a sophisticated bunch of tasters here!)
8. Shotgun Relay
Shotgun Relay is a race where each team has to shotgun a beer and then pass it down the line. The winner is the team that can do it the fastest without spilling.
9. Beer Stein Holding Contest
This is a contest where you have to hold a beer stein filled with beer in one hand for as long as possible. The person who can hold it the longest without spilling it wins!
10. Beer Bottle Flip Contest
This is a contest where you have to flip a beer bottle upside down and land it upright. The person who can do it the most times in a row is declared the victor.
11. Beer Barrel Roll Race
This is a race where each team has to roll a beer barrel down the course and back. You can see some very funny spills in this race—which, of course, are all part of the fun.
12. Beer Keg Toss
This is a game where you have to toss a small keg of beer over your shoulder and into a bucket. The person who can do it the most times in a row is the overall champ!
13. Beer Jenga
Beer Jenga is a drinking game that is played with a set of Jenga blocks. The object of the game is to remove a block from the Jenga tower and then drink the beer that is associated with that block. The game is over when the tower falls or when all of the beer has been drunk.
14. Beer Chugging Relay Race
This is a relay race where each team has to chug their beers and then pass them down the line. The first team to finish wins.
15. Beer Card Games
One of our favorite beer-related card games goes like this.
- First, you'll need to gather your supplies. You'll need a deck of cards, some dice, and a lot of beer. Of course, you can also use other beverages if you prefer, but beer is traditional.
- Once you have your supplies, it's time to set up the game. To do this, simply put the deck of cards in the middle of the table and make sure everyone can reach it.
- Now, deal out the deck of cards between the players. Whoever is dealt the Ace of Spades starts the game.
- The player who starts the game will then roll the dice. The number they roll will determine how many drinks they have to take. For example, if they roll a 7, they must take 7 drinks.
- After taking their drinks, the player will then play one of their cards. The Ace of Spades, for example, means that the player can make any other player drink. The Two of Clubs means that the player can make two other players drink—and so on.
- Play then passes to the left, and the next player will roll the dice and play their card.
- The game continues like this until one player has no cards left. That player is the winner!
16. Tower Build
This is a contest where each team has to build the tallest tower of beer cans. The team with the tallest tower at the end of the time limit finishes this intense game as winners.
17. Never Have I Ever
Never Have I Ever is a classic drinking game that can be played with any number of people. The object of the game is to see who can make it through the most rounds without saying "I have never." The person who makes it to the end without saying it is probably the most judged but also a self-proclaimed champion.
18. Flip Cup Tournament
This is a tournament-style Flip Cup game where you have to win to move on to the next round. The winner is the team that makes it to the final round and eventually is the one that comes out with the most flips completed.
19. Can Bowling
This is a game where you have to set up cans of beer in a triangle formation and then knock them down with a ball, just like in bowling. The people who knock over the most cans are the top players.
20. Beer Darts
Beer Darts is a game where you have to throw darts at a board with beer cans on it. The person who can hit the most cans gets the gold medal.
21. Beer Scavenger Hunt
This is a hunt where you have to find different beer cans that are hidden around the room or house. The team that finds the most cans wins this game.
22. Boot of Beer Chugging Contest
For this contest, you will need two players and two boots filled with beer. The object of the game is to chug the beer as fast as possible. The person who finishes their beer first is the winner.
23. Beer Balance Contest
It's all about balance. The object of the game is to see how long you can balance a beer on your head without it falling. The person who can do it the longest is the ultimate champion.
Enjoy Your Beer Olympics!
Beer Olympics are a great way to have fun with your friends and see who is the best at drinking games! There are many different games that you can play, so there is sure to be something for everyone. So gather your friends, grab some beers, and get ready to have a blast!
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