Top 10 Drinking games & Wine Party Drinking Games

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Top 10 Drinking games & Wine Party Drinking Games



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It is Saturday, so in celebration I thought we should have a list of drinking games These will provide you with hours and fun and a massive headache. Enjoy! 








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10. Flip, Sip, or Strip!

The game is best with 3 to 5 people, but more and the game will last longer. The rules are simple. Flip a coin and while it is in the air, call heads or tails. If you guess right, pass the coin to your right. If you guess wrong, pass the coin to your left and either take one article of clothing off (anything that is a pair counts as one item) or drink a shot. One catch, you cannot do the same thing (sip or strip) more than twice in a row.

9. Quarters

Quarters can be played with any number of players. Play is best with 3-6 players. Competitors sit around a table, hard wood works best but you might need to experiment. To decide who will go first, spin the quarter. When it stops, it will be pointing at the person that starts. I use Washington’s nose or the Eagle’s beak. Once established, the game begins.

The shooter tries to bounce a quarter off the table and into a glass. If the quarter goes into the glass, the shooter chooses a person at the table to consume. The amount or size of the drink is debatable. This should be decided before the game starts. The shooter’s turn is over when he/she does not make the quarter in the cup. Play then proceeds the next shooter.

To make things more exciting, rules are developed by the shooters only after making three quarters into the glass in a row. If any rules are broken, the guilty party must consume.

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Shuffle a full deck of cards and scatter them in a pile in the middle of your table. One player goes at a time picking one card. They flip over their card, displaying it to everyone. Each card has a different rule as follows:
Ace: Take one drink

2: Take Two

3: Take Three

4: Questions – You look at the person of your choice and ask them a question, they must answer your question with a question and it keeps going until someone screws up. Ex. What is going on? Why do you touch yourself? You don’t have to question the person who questioned you either. Make sure to make eye contact.

5: Give five drinks

6: I never. This is where the person who flipped the card says something they have never done and anyone who has must drink.

7: Thumbmaster – This person puts their thumb down on the table whenever they want and the last one to put theirs down drinks. The thumbmaster can do this as many times as he wants until the next seven is picked.

8: Categories – The first person gives a topic/category and in rotation, everyone else must give a kind. Ex: Toothpaste, Crest, Colgate, Mentadent, etc.

9: Rhyme – Everyone must give a word that rhymes with yours. Ex: Shoe…glue…you…etc…

10: Social – Everyone drinks

Jack: Assholes drink…guys drink

Queen: Bitches drink….girls drink

King: Waterfall – This can be extremely hard, depending on your group of drinkers. It goes in order first being the one who picked the card and so on. The first person drinks as much beer as they can continuously and the 2nd person can’t stop until they stop, the 3rd person can’t stop until the 2nd person and so on. If you have big drinkers at the beginning, it is really difficult.



7. Asshole

The first hand is used to determine everyone’s rank during the following hands. Deal out all the cards. The person to the left of the dealer starts off. The object of the game is to get rid of all your cards. When starting you can lay down any card or cards with the same face value. The person following you must lay down a card of equal or greater value. They must also use the same amount of cards as you did. If you lay down two 9′s then they would have to lay down two of something equal or greater. If the player lays down the same card as the previous player then the next player is skipped and must drink. Also if you can’t play any of your cards than you must skip and drink. Cards are cleared if everyone skips or a two is played.

Play continues like this until all the cards have been played. After the first hand is when the fun really begins. There is a ranking system which is as follows: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Asshole. Whoever goes out first becomes the new President for the next game, the second person becomes the Vice-President, etc… For the following rounds, anyone who ranks higher then you can tell you to drink whenever they want to.

Special Rules:
The Asshole must always deal and clear the cards. Also the Asshole must give the two best cards in their hand to the President. The President gives the two worst cards in their hand to the Asshole. If the President remains President for three consecutive rounds they can create special rules, such as the word “drink” cannot be used. If these rules are broken then the offender must drink.

6. Edward 40 Hands

In order to play this game all you need is duct tape and 2 40′s of beer for each person. You tape one 40 to each of your hands and you can’t take them off until both of the 40′s are empty.

This means that if you need to go to the bathroom, you either chug the beers or wet yourself. You can’t answer your cell phone, or basically do anything until you drink the 2 40′s completely. The point of the game is to make people drink a lot of beer fast.


5. Power Hour

This game is all about drinking. There are not really any rules. The object is to take a shot of beer every minute for an entire hour. It sounds pretty easy but believe me, it isn’t. If you want to prove you are really a man you can try to join the Century Club. The Century Club is doing a shot every minute for 100 minutes.

You can add rules to this game if you want. An example is if you go to the bathroom before the end of the hour you must finish a beer. At the end of the hour you will usually have had six beers.

4. California Kings

Spread cards face-down around a large cup. Draw in clockwise order. A “drink” is a normal sip.

– Ace – Social – He/she who draws proposes a toast and everyone drinks.

– 2-6 – Black (Clubs & Spades) – TAKE the card’s value in drinks.

– 2-6 – Red (Hearts & Diamonds) – GIVE the card’s value in drinks. The total may be split-up between multiple players.

– 7 – Waterfall – EVERYBODY begins to CHUG. You can’t stop until the person to your RIGHT has stopped. He/she who draws may stop first.

– 8 – Thumb Master – He/she who draws puts his/her thumb on the table. The last person to do so drinks.

– 9 – Rhyme – He/she who draws says a sentence. The person to his/her LEFT must rhyme with the last word in the original sentence. This continues in clockwise order. Rhyming words may not be repeated. If you repeat a word or can’t think of one, you drink.

– 10 – Category – He/she who draws thinks of a category, like “Simpsons Characters.” Then, he/she says one, like “Homer.” Then, the person to his/her LEFT must think of another one, like “Bart.” This continues in clockwise order. If you repeat an item or can’t think of one, you drink.

– Jack – Guys drink – A toast is often included.

– Queen – Ladies drink – A toast is often included.

– King – We don’t call it “kings” for nothing. He/she who draws the first, second and third king pours some of his/her drink into the “large cup” AND comes up with a rule that must be obeyed for the rest of the game, like “no showing your teeth” or “no saying ‘drink,’ ‘drank’ or ‘drunk’.” Anyone in violation of a rule drinks. He/she who draws the fourth king must POUND the contents of the “large cup.” Drawing the fourth king marks the end of the game.

Note: Drawing the fourth king is a FATE WORSE THAN DEATH if there are a combination of beverages in the “large cup,” like beer, wine cooler and vodka. In fact, some players insist that only beer be poured into the cup; but they don’t have the love for the game.

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3. Flip Cup

A relay race game played with red plastic party cups. Teams are divided into 4 or 5, each with a half cup of beer, or 2 shots of hard liquor.

The game is a relay race and each person much drink the contents of their cup and flip the cup from the edge of the table with there fingers to the upside-down position on the table before the next member begins. First team to finish wins.

2. Boxing

You need a stop watch/clock, 2 shot glasses, 4 people, 2 dice, and some beer to play this game.

Two people play this game head to head just like a boxing match, with the other 2 people helping them out being their “corner men”. Sit at opposite sides of the table and each roll a die. Whoever scores lowest on the die takes that punch and drinks their shot. The corner man fills the empty shot glassas quickly as they can and you roll again.

It’s a fast paced game to say the least. You play in 3 minute rounds with a 30 second rest in between rounds. We play until someone quits or pukes. You could play a limited number of rounds to prevent this though.

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1. Beer Pong

You will need one ping pong ball and 12 glasses of beer. Arrange six glasses of beer on either side of a table as if you were setting up bowling pins. Divide yourselves in to two groups. Each group should sit opposite the other with 6 beers in front of them. As you take your turn, you must throw the ping pongball in to the opposite teams glasses. If it lands inside a glass, the opposing team must drink the beer immediately. Once done, rearrange the beers so they are all close to each other. The winning team is the team that manages to make the opposing team drink all their drinks. At the end of the game, the losing team must drink all remaining beer on the winning side.








WineParty Game


Special Price: $17.99

Wine tasting game is a fun way to explore wine with friends.

WineParty Game


WineParty Game

The Sniff, Swirl and Sip Winetasting Kit Curious about Cabernet? Intrigued by wines from around the world? Like parties? This portable wine tasting kit makes it easy to explore wine with friends. Inside you’ll find everything you need to throw an entertaining and informative wine tasting party for four or thirty-four.Whether you want a serious wine tasting for your wine connoisseur friends, or a night of fun and games, Wine Tasting Game has you covered from nose to finish. It’s wine tasting your way—easy and fun!


Each WineParty box includes:

-24 stylish WineWrappers in 4 different designs— use them to cover the wine bottles so guests focus on what they’re tasting, and can play games to guess what they’re tasting.

-36 stem tags in 4 coloful designs identify your guests’ glasses

-Wine pad for guests to jot notes on the wines

-12 Aroma and Flavor Guides will help identify the tastes and aromas in each glass.

-24-page 4-color illustrated Tips Guide with dozens of creative ideas for fun, one-of-a-kind wine tastings




Mystery Wine Game

Mystery Wine Game
Price: $39.95

Murder Mystery Wine Game

Everyone loves a good murder…mystery that is…and this dinner party wine game doesn’t disappoint. Invite 6 to 8 of your friends to dress up and play the roles of the devious suspects. Serve up a meal or a light snack, and get ready for some drop dead fun!

The Mystery: the body of a localy vineyard owner is found hidden beneath his wine cellar. It is a vintage murder, and YOU may be a suspect.

Game includes: party planner with recipes and menu; music and decorating tips; suspect character booklet; 8 place cards, invites and envelopes; CD with intro, summary of events and solution to crime.


Wine Smarts Game 2.0

Price: $12.17 
  • Learn as you play
  • Relevant content for beginners and aficiandos
  • Comes in a sturdy full color flip top box
  • Fun fun fun
  • Educational
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Winerd Wine Trivia and Blind Tasting Board Game

Price: $24.90
  • Nearly 300 fun and interest wine Q&A cards to entertain, teach, and amuse
  • 12 Bonus/Challenge Cards
  • Blind Taste Test Notepad to use to wine the game once you guess the rigth wines
  • 4 Synethetic cork playing pieces

Viticulture is a strategic board game that challenges players to create, cultivate, and expand a vineyard in rustic Tuscany.

Scroll down for video explaining how the game works. Or jump right to The Dice Tower’s preview or the Crits Happen video review (or even Jamey’s appearance on the St. Louis news)!

Viticulture was so enjoyable to play, we were saddened when the scoring track came to an end and we had to declare a winner.” —Dave Banks, Wired Magazine’s Geek Dad

“A refreshing game, where an excellent mix of light economics, resource management, and worker placement blended together to create a fun time for my friends and family.” —Cyrus,

“I love Viticulture on a wine appreciation level and on a board game level. [It] cultivates a good-natured competition.” —Dan, avid gamer and wine lover

“My very casual gamer wife has asked to play again three times. After four games, we’re still having fun.” —Morten, avid gamer and wine lover

“Yes we like this game. A lot even. It’s fast and very replayable, always trying to build up a different strategy.” —Jerome, avid gamer

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$ 13.50









In celebration of Valentine’s Day, get drunk with your sweetheart using this awesome drinking game!

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Taste for Wine and Murder Mystery Party Game

Taste for Wine and Murder Mystery Party Game


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Only $22.95

Taste for Wine and Murder Mystery Party Game Details:

Discovering Barry Underwood, the local vineyard owner, murdered and hidden in his own wine cellar has sent shock waves through California wine country. Personally, I think Tiny Bubbles knows something she’s not spilling, don’t you? Join the excitement with this thrilling murder mystery party—it’s sure to have everyone looking over their shoulder and searching for clues wherever they can find them. Setting the scene in vintage style, these complete dinner party games include everything you need to serve up mystery, murder and fun! With accompanying dinner menus and recipes, a detailed shopping list, 8 invitations, and a cd depicting the scene of the crime, you’ll have a murder mystery party on your hands just in time for your next wine tasting party!

Complete set includes:
* Party planner with recipes and menu by cookbook Author Sandra Gluck—including music and decorating tips
* Character booklets for all suspects. Includes their roles, background information, and dress-up tips.
* Eight place cards.
* Eight party invitations and envelopes
* Six secret clues.
* CD with an introduction, summary of events, and the solution to the crime.

Features of our Taste for Wine and Murder Mystery Party Game:

  • Discovering Barry Underwood, the local vineyard owner, murdered and hidden in his own wine cellar has sent shock waves t
  • Join the excitement with this thrilling murder mystery party—it’s sure to have everyone looking over their shoulder
  • Setting the scene in vintage style, these complete dinner party games include everything you need to serve up mystery, m
  • With accompanying dinner menus and recipes, a detailed shopping list, 8 invitations, and a cd depicting the scene of the









ZINZIG GAME | Wine drinking game | UncommonGoods


Become In-VIN-Cible

Whether you’re an aspiring oenophile or a vino aficionado, you can refine your wine knowledge with this tantalizing trivia game. Grab 3 bottles of wine and up to 6 friends to challenge your minds and your palates as you make your way around the board with the 250 brainteasers and 50 blind tasting cards. Designed in Seattle. Made in China.

Check out our blog to seeZinZig put to the Game Night test.

  • Item ID: 21831
  • Age Recommendation: 21+
  • Materials: cork, corrugated cardboard, satin, craft paper
  • 13.4″ L x 15″ W x 2″ H
  • This game includes: 6 winemaker pieces, 3 bottle covers for the blind wine tasting, a wine tasting guide, 9 winery deeds, 250 trivia cards, 50 blind wine tasting cards, and one die.
    Wine not included.








Winerd – A wine tasting game

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ProWein Fair 2014 Germany

International Wine and Spirits Fair 23.03. – 25.03.2014 in Dusseldorf.

Usually, I like opening a bottle of wine and drinking it until it’s all gone. In one sitting. But this allows you to open up three bottles and learn something via a board game and test your knowledge about wine. Of course, it works when other people are involved. Wine is not included.



Spin the Bottle Wine Game

Sep 12, 2012
Spin the Bottle Wine Game
It’s perfect for your next dinner partywinegameYou may have played spin the bottle as a kid, but now adults can play Spin the Bottle with Vino Vault, available here. This game is perfect for the next dinner party you host, and the goal is to exchange bottles of wine by the end.

To play, each couple or guest brings two identical bottles of wine, one to be tasted while the other is locked in the Vino Vaultand unable to be opened. On each turn, one couple draws a card displaying a five-letter word and sets that word as the combination to the Vino Vault. Play proceeds around the circle with each couple using the spinner to determine which level of difficulty of the clue to be given (black is hardest, ranging to burgundy, the easiest). The couple that set the combination reads the clue each time, and play proceeds until one couple guesses the word correctly, and wins the wine in the vault.

There are some real gems in the clues offered. For example, one of the clues for Santa is “More deliveries than UPS.” And one of the clues for Drunk is simply “Keith Moon.”








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