Top 5 Drinking Board Games

1. Drinkopoly

Drinkopoly is a social board game created with the single-minded aim of providing fun & interaction between people.

5 Things We Love

  1. Play with up to 6 players
  2. Familiar – like Monopoly but with drinking
  3. Gets you hammered
  4. Well-built. Sure to withstand a few drunken mistakes.
  5. The 50 special cards you draw throughout the game.

The game board has 44 fields with various tasks requiring you to drink long or short drinks.

There are additional fields with special task such as Bar, Strip Bar and Bartender.

There are also card fields that involve performing additional tasks in order to advance through the game.

The game has 50 special cards describing various tasks.

When you pull a card you have to perform a task or drink to advance through the game.

Some of the tasks are funny, some are sexy, and some are simply insane!

You’ll remember every card you pull.


5 Things We Love

  1. Play with 2 – 12 players
  2. Tons of fun mini drinking games all combined into one board game
  3. Has pong, kings cup, flip cup, quarters, and more!
  4. Win these mini-games to collect mini-bottles. Fill your six-pack to win!
  5. The beer bottle spinner, six-pack of beer, and everything else is just themed around partying!

DRINK-A-PALOOZA is the ultimate party starter!

The adult party board game of all party games, DRINK-A-PALOOZA combines the skills of Pong, Quarters, Flip Cup and more into one wild and crazy board game.

Put the “game” in pre-game or spend the whole night sipping, flipping, bouncing, and rolling your way around the best party game out there!

Perfect for your next barbecue, bachelor party, dorm party, pregame or night in!

3. Don’t GET Drunk

5 Things We Love

  1. Play with 2-8 players
  2. Game lasts 60-90 minutes
  3. Multiple mini-games: flip cup, kings cup, pong, cup swap, etc.
  4. Fun to play with just two people
  5. Tons of content – 55 dare cards, 55 quiz cards, 54 luck cards, and 12 trial cards for a total of 164 cards to play with.

4. Out of Commission

5 Things We Love

  1. Play with 3 or more people

5. Pass-Out

5 Things We Love

  1. Play with up to 2-4 players
  2. Have to recite tongue twisters
  3. The art style

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