A party game by Dan Glimne
Things you will need for this game:
RULES:Arrange the nine beer mats in a 3x3 square.
Choose who is to start (Toss a coin / fight for it?)
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
Backgammon. A pretty tame game, that just gets tamer. Supplies: you and a partner who wants to play Backgammon, the game itself, and some beverage. Low-mid buzz factor, depending on how fierce the competition is.
Play the game as usual. Any time one of your pieces gets sent to the bar, drink. As well, each time you take a piece off the board, drink again. Pretty straightforward. No winners or losers, really; Just drunk backgammon players.
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
An adaption of the game Parchesi. If you already know how to play, it's just as easy. If you don't know, learn. Supplies: people how want to play Parchesi, the game itself, and some brew. Low-mid buzz factor.
Play the game as usual, if you get sent back, or cannot move, take a drink. It's that easy. Good with two players, each player taking two sets of pieces on opposite corners.