profplump: Isn't the historical purpose of beer to make water self-disinfecting?
PerilousApricot: We just use water in the cups and then each side has to drink from their can. Balls clean.
Empty H: If you really want to clean the ball just have a cup for each side that has water. Dip the ball in that. This isn't that hard.
HMS_Blinkin: PerilousApricot: We just use water in the cups and then each side has to drink from their can. Balls clean.That's how we usually played when I was in college.
dfenstrate: My friends and I cheat with water in the cups, and keep the beer on the side. Drinking the appropriate amount of alcohol is up to the player. Then again, we're adults with children who play beer pong. Or Beirut, as they call it in some parts.
FoxKelfonne: Has anyone else noticed "beer pong" arcade games showing up lately? I saw one that called itself the "red cup challenge" because none of them want to actually associate themselves with beer. I guess I don't understand the point of playing a game which has the sole purpose of getting the players drunk if there's no actual alcohol involved.
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