We can’t always have the pleasure of going on a pub crawl so we have put together a list of 6 of the best Pub Crawl Games you can play with your mates on a night out. The first three are games that you can play all night, and the following three are more of pre-drinking games
This game can be played throughout the night and can truly get the better of people. The main rule of the game is that you can only drink your beverage with your left hand and if someone catches you drinking with your right hand they need to yell the word “Buffalo” and now you have to down your drink. It’s simple yet very effective. Of course, anyone who is left-handed need to drink with there right hands.
#2 Little Leprechaun
You have to pretend a little man is chilling on at the top of your drink. This little man is your friend, and you don’t want to drink him so every time you have a drink you need to pretend to pick him up out of your drink, place him down somewhere and when you have finished taking a sip or skull of your drink, you place him back. If you don’t do this and someone sees this, they merely need to yell “little leprechaun”, and now you have to take a shot.
#3 Make a Rule
This one also should be played out during the course of the night and can be added on top of other drinking games. Every 30 minutes 1 person gets to make a rule that everyone has to follow. If you break the rule, you have to do a shot or finish your drink. You can make any rule and can add rules on top of other peoples rules, which certainly makes it interesting, we have listed a few to get you started.
Names: No name are allowed to be said for the rest of the night.
Mate: Everyone chooses a mate that has to drink with them for the rest of the night.Swearing: No one is allowed to use bad words for the rest of the night.
#4 Kings Cup
or this game, you will need a big pint glass or jug and a deck of standard 52 playing cards. There are varies ways to play this, and you can always change the rules to suit how you like it here is a link to our favourite rules.
#5 Drinking Janga
You will need a Jenga set for this but if you have a large group we recommend using an extra large set. The only difference between normal Jenga and drinking Jenga is every block has a number written on it and the number corresponds to a rule. You can find a downloadbale copy of the rules here.
#6 Flip Cup
For this game, you will need a table or hard surface that a group of people can stand or sit around plus some solo cups. Two teams of an equal number of players stand on opposite sides of a table, facing one another. All players should be directly facing their opponents. In front of each player is a disposable plastic cup filled with a set amount of beer. Generally, the first line inside a disposable cup is used as a marker at the start, and it is customary for the initiating players to make a toast, after which the first member of each team drinks the entirety of their beverage. When finished, the cup is placed open side up at the edge of the table, and the player who drank it attempts to flip the cup, by flicking or lifting the bottom of the cup until it flips and lands face down on the table, If a cup is knocked over in the chain whilst moving to the next cup the player must go back and re-flip. The player may not use two hands or blow on the cup to guide it to flip over. If the player is unsuccessful on the first try, the cup is reset and re-flipped. Only after the first teammate is done flipping successfully can the next person proceed. Additionally, subsequent players may not touch or manipulate their cup until the previous player has successfully flipped their cup. Whichever team finishes drinking and flipping all its cups first wins.