High

Games clearly intended to cause an advanced state of intoxication.

Beer Race

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The rules are quite simple; potentially high buzz factor. As usual the basic supplies are people and beer.

Each person starts with a full glass/mug/stein/tankard/cup of beer. Any beer will do, but preferably something quite inexpensive.

All players start drinking at the same time. To signal that you have finished you hold the glass *upside-down* above your head; if anyone does so then the other players must do the same whether or not they have finished drinking.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It isn't required that you actually drink the beer

Beer Pot

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An incredibly simple game that will knock you out of your chair. Basic supplies: beer and people (as usual), plus a big pot, or pitcher.

All players sit in a circle. Each player contributes one beer to the pot. One player starts drinking from the pot. This person can drink as much or little as s/he chooses. When done, the pot passes to the next player who does the same thing. The person who empties the pot is the winner. The person who drink immediately before the winner is the loser.

The loser must then put a beer in the pot for each of the players;

Beeropoly

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An adaptation to the classic game of Monopoly, with a slight twist. Buzz factor is very high. Supplies: players, the game itself, and beer.

The game is Monopoly, but no money is needed; players use beer instead. Each $100 = a drink (sip usually). The rules of money changing hands is a bit tricky. If a player owes money to the bank or another player, that player that owes drinks. If a player is owed money by the _bank only_ (passing GO, for instance) that player must drink. (a variation is to have everyone ELSE drink when a player should collect

Beer Hunter

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The rules are so easy, a drunk person could understand. All you need for this game is a sixpack, a box, and people to play it with you.

Take one can. Shake it. Now I don't mean just shake it, I mean SHAKE the sucker! Till it's about to blow up. Then put it in the box with the others and mix them around (one person not looking) and then switch them around again (the other person not looking) Basically, nobody knows where it is.

Beer Golf

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Submitted by William Powers

Requirements:

Booze, Nintendo®, Nintendo® GOLF®.

Players: Two.

Play:

Play two player golf. Every time you swing your club, drink. If your ball goes in the water, one penalty drink. If your ball goes OB, two pentalty drinks. (There used to be more complicated rules, but we could never recall them correctly after about the ninth hole.)

Beer Chess

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This was printed in the Boston Half Baked.

Beer Chess is chess played with beer as the pieces. Beer chess is the unification of the intellect with the inebriated. Beer chess is stimulating brain cells as you kill them. Beer chess was created during a weekend retreat at the McEnaney Estate in Jackman, Maine, thus making Jackman, Maine the Beer Chess capital of the universe.

PLAYING THE GAME

Beer chess is played with beer, a lot of beer. One side uses Light

Beer Bomb

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A game of fierce skill in the land of the very high buzz. You're going to need two card tables, ping pong balls, and of course, beer.

Set up the card tables on opposite sides of a room, the farther apart, the greater the challenge. Place a cup of beer on the far table for each player.

Each player takes turns bouncing a ball off the near table trying to land the ball in the cup on the far table. If a player bounces a ball that does not make it to the opposite table, that player must drink from his/her beer. If a player is successful in landing the ball in an

Beer Blow

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Another very simple game (the best kind) with a high buzz factor. Supplies: people, beer, deck of cards, empty bottle.

The deck of cards is placed on the empty bottle. Each player blows cards off the deck on the bottle in turn. The one who blows the last card off the bottle has to drink one glass of beer.

Variation: If somebody spots an ace among the cards a player blew off - that player has to drink once. So if someone blows down a bunch of cards and two aces are visible that person would drink twice.

Beeramid

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Beeramid (rhymes with pyramid, go figga) is a game that involves a tremendous amount of drinking. Supplies: people, beer, and a deck of cards.

A Beeramid (pyramid) of cards is constructed by placing a certain number of cards face down in a row (usually seven) as the base and building up until there is one card as the top of the Beeramid. The remaining cards are dis- tributed as evenly as possible among the players. The dealer turns over the first card at the base of the beeramid and calls out the card value. Anyone

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