Cornhole Drinking Game Rules

by Jeremy on March 29, 2012

Cornhole is a great game to play while drinking, but why not make it a Drinking Game?

We’ve put together some rules that could help make this fun Outdoor Game in to a great way to catch a buzz.

Drinking Cornhole

Cornhole is played with the normal rules.  After each half-inning (Players on one end toss their 4 bags), Players must take a drink for each point scored against them.  Both players on the team must drink.  For example, Red scores 3 points against Blue, the Players on the Blue Team must take three drinks.

After either 21 scores 21 points, the game is over and the losing players must shotgun, chug, or bong a beer.

Winning players keep control of the boards, and the next team will challenge them.

For added challenge, double or triple drinks per point scored.

We’ve added expanded Cornhole Drinking Game Rules!  Check out our latest Drinking Cornhole page.

Gambling Cornhole

Before each half-inning, Players bet drinks.  Bets can be for total points scored, total points netted (after canceled points), how many bags in the hole, how many bags on the board, etc.

Players must agree on the bet before any bags are thrown.  Bets may be the same or different, so one or both Players may have to drink for losing their bets.

More?

How do you play?  We’d love to know!  Comment below or chime in on the forum at Cornhole Game Players.

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