Krakow's Pub Crawl Drinking Games

Drinking Games

Drunk Jenga

Definitely a fan favorite of our pub crawl guides and guest is drunk jenga, a great way to get drunk and get to know everyone! A super easy game to set up and enjoy, the rules are the same as jenga but with drinking challenges after each block. These challenges include downing shots and drinks to telling your wildest fantasies.

Take a look at the official Krawl Through Krakow drunk jenga rules here and let us know your drinking rules in the comments below!

A group of people playing beer pong in a bar.

Beer Pong

Beer pong is a beloved party game where two teams take turns throwing a ping pong ball across a table with the aim of landing it in one of several cups of beer on the other side. Each team arranges cups in a triangle, and if a ball lands in a cup, the opposing team must drink the contents.

The game continues until one team has no cups remaining. The rules can vary, but common variations include re-racking cups, bounce shots, and ‘island’ or ‘fire’ shots for added strategy and fun.

Flip Cup

Flip Cup is a team-based drinking game where players take turns trying to flip their cups from the edge of the table so they land upside down, following a successful drink. Teams line up on opposite sides of a table, with each participant having a cup filled with a set amount of beer.

After drinking the beer, the player places the cup at the edge of the table and tries to flip it to land upside down. The game continues down the line, and the first team to finish wins.

It’s a fast-paced game that combines skill, speed, and teamwork, making it a popular choice at parties and pub crawls for an energizing and competitive experience.

Never have I ever

“Never Have I Ever” is a classic party game where players take turns announcing something they’ve never done. If someone in the group has done it, they must take a drink or perform a predetermined action.

It starts with someone saying, “Never have I ever…” followed by a statement. The game encourages sharing secrets and funny anecdotes, making it a great way to get to know people better.

Beer Bong

This isn’t just drinking; it’s an epic quest to gulp down a towering wave of beer, cheered on by friends as you face off against the rush of liquid. It’s the highlight of the party, where heroes are made in seconds.

It typically consists of a funnel attached to a tube, from which the drinker consumes the beer. The crowd pours beer into the funnel, holds the tube end to the drinkers mouth, and then the funnel is lifted higher to let gravity force the beer quickly through the tube into the mouth, allowing for fast consumption of large volumes of beer.

A group of people playing beer pong in a bar.
A group of people enjoying the best drinking games at a pub.

Kings Cup

King’s Cup (also known as Ring of Fire) is a popular drinking game that involves a deck of cards placed around a large cup. Each card is assigned a rule that dictates who drinks, how much, and in what manner. Players take turns drawing cards and performing the actions associated with those cards, leading to a variety of outcomes including social interaction, humorous scenarios, and of course, drinking.

The game culminates when the King’s Cup is filled and must be consumed by a player, often as dictated by the drawing of the final King card.

I’m going on a picnic

“I’m Going on a Picnic” is a memory game that’s perfect for groups, fostering creativity and testing recall abilities.

The game starts with one person saying, “I’m going on a picnic and I’m bringing…” followed by an item of their choice. The next player repeats the phrase with the previous items and adds their own. The list grows with each turn, challenging players to remember the growing list of picnic items. It’s a fun and engaging way to pass time, perfect for road trips, parties, or casual gatherings.

A group of people dressed as nuns at a party.

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