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Disclaimer: Beirut (beer pong) can be played with alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, or no beverage at all. If you choose to play beirut (beer pong) with alcoholic beverages, you should be of legal drinking age and drink responsibly.


Rules - Empty Cup Replacement

  9  Defense
9.7  Player Knocks Over Cup [Variation]
If a player knocks over one of their own cups through direct or indirect contact at any time, the cup shall be deemed out of play and shall be marked.
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  10  Sinking the Ball
10.1  Sinking a Ball [Variation]
A ball shall be deemed sunk if while it is in play it comes into contact with the surface of the beverage contained within the cup. A cup shall be deemed hit if a ball has been sunk in it. After a cup has been deemed hit, the beverage it contains shall be consumed and the empty cup shall be replaced approximately to it's former position. If a shooter subsequently sinks a ball in an empty cup, then the shot shall be deemed a miss, and the shooting team shall be required to empty one of their own cups of their choosing.

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Disclaimer: Beirut (beer pong) can be played with alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, or no beverage at all. If you choose to play beirut (beer pong) with alcoholic beverages, you should be of legal drinking age and drink responsibly.