An adaptation to the classic game of Monopoly, with a slight twist. Buzz factor is very high. Supplies: players, the game itself, and beer.
The game is Monopoly, but no money is needed; players use beer instead. Each $100 = a drink (sip usually). The rules of money changing hands is a bit tricky. If a player owes money to the bank or another player, that player that owes drinks. If a player is owed money by the bank only (passing GO, for instance) that player must drink. (a variation is to have everyone ELSE drink when a player should collect money from the bank). All dollar values are rounded UP. (i.e. $2 for Baltic is still one drink). It's a social game, and extra rules should be added as needed. Buying property at the start of the game is the hardest part. But then again, imagine paying $2000 rent on Boardwalk with a hotel!
Game source: The (Un)Official Internet Bartender's Guide
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