• Beer Olympics Drinking Game

Beer Olympics Drinking Game

  • Players: 4+
  • Type: Competitive
  • Drink: Any
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Summary

The Beer Olympics is a competition involving multiple alcohol drinking games played in succession by teams of people, ultimately leading to an overall winner.

Equipment

Setup

At a minimum, you need at least two teams of four people to hold a Beer Olympics, but it's highly recommended to use at least four teams minimum with up to six people per team (but four is ideal). All teams must have the same number of participants, and each team should try to have the same number of girls on them.

We highly recommend having each player bring their own case of beer, or throw down for a few kegs, to ensure you don't run out of alcohol like an idiot.

We also recommend designating an independent referee / score keeper, as well as coordinating team jerseys or colors, but these are both optional... Also, having a decent dj never hurts.

Holding an opening ceremony where teams walk out to theme songs is also optional and highly encouraged. If you split teams into "countries" like the real Olympics, Team America is always reserved for the reigning champs.

Rules

Annual Beer Olympics are basically mini holidays dedicated to drunk competition amongst friends, but friends soon become foe as you divide into teams and compete head to head in a number of drinking games, hoping to win in overall points and take home the gold.

Just like the regular Olympics, the Beer Olympics involves utilizing multiple different skill sets depending on what game is at hand to come out on top and get points for your team. The events should be determined ahead of time to allow for planning, and the order can be predetermined or randomized. Each team must participate in each event, but not each player. As our website is a drinking game encyclopedia, it's the perfect place to choose your events for this year's Beer Olympics. Here's some of our recommendations:

Civil War

Civil War (Bracket Style)

Players: 3 on 3

Summary: Civil War is similar to both Beer Pong and Nemesis, as it's a 3v3 format involving shooting ping pong balls into cups of beer. Each players has a 3 or 6 cup lifeline, and shoots balls in a rapid fashion at their choice of the opposing team player's cups.

Quarters

Quarters

Players: 5 on 5

Summary: Quarters is a fun social drinking game that has skill elements, related to one's ability to bounce a quarter off of a hard surface into a glass. The worse you are at quarters, the more drinking you'll likely be doing.

Flip Cup

Flip Cup

Players: 6 on 6

Summary: Flip cup is a classic drinking game where two-team race to successfully drink and flip (upside down) their solo cups in a one-by-one fashion the fastest.

Slap Cup

Slap Cup

Players: 5 on 5

Summary: Slap Cup is a fast paced competitive drinking game where participants compete individually and try to bounce a pong ball into their cup as quickly as possible. Whatever team the losing player is on loses the game.

Spoons

Spoons

Players: 5 on 5

Summary: Spoons is a fast paced, fun way to get drunk with friends. Cards are passed one at a time at a fast pace between players until someone has 4 of a kind, causing everyone to rush to grab spoons.

Beer Ball

Beer Ball

Players: 3 on 3

Summary: Beer Ball is a competitive drinking game where teams use accuracy to throw a pong ball at the other teams can and race to finish their beers.

Case Race

Case Race

Players: 6 on 6

Summary: A Case Race is the perfect drinking game where your friends can get hammered together in competitive fashion by racing to drink an entire case of beer.

The winning team retains bragging rights until the next Beer Olympics, and should be given gold medals that can be brandished as a constant reminder that they were collectively better than you at drinking games today. Wear your gold medals with pride, and no, we don't recognize second or third place with silver or bronze, because in America you go big or go home, no one cares about #2.

As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!

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