• Dizzy Bat Drinking Game
  • By Brett T on 8/26/2015
  • Misc.

Dizzy Bat Drinking Game

  • Players: 2+
  • Type: Social
  • Drink: Beer
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Dizzy Bat is a hilarious social drinking game that should be played outdoors & is a great way to get drunk at a tailgate for a baseball game or sporting event.



Chop the very bottom of the handle off of the wiffle bat and drill a hole in the side of the bat about 4 inches from the top to use as a choke (The purpose of the choke for those who dont know is to let airflow through the top so its like hitting a beer bong). Determine who's turn it is and have them put their finger over the choke hole drilled in side of the bat while a friend pours a beer into the bat through the handle.


There aren't many real rules when it comes to Dizzy Bat. Once the bat is filled the player chugs his beer out of the handle of the bat. When they finish chugging, they put their forehead on the handle of the bat, touch the bat to the ground and spin around it 10 times. After ten spins have been completed, the player will try to stand up and sturdy themselves... whichever friend poured the beer will take the empty can and give the batter three seconds max to sturdy themselves before they toss the can in their direction. The batter has to successfully hit the beer can with the bat otherwise they immediately have to take another turn!

The game is just for fun and can be done as many times as desired. There isn't really any final score or any real competition, but if you want to get creative you can find ways of keeping score such as tracking who successfully hits the can the most times in a row.

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. Need a ride? Download Uber or Lyft & get $5 off your first safe, sober ride. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!


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