Tired of Playing the Same Old Games? Try Making Your Very Own Set of Beersbee Poles!

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Beersbee is a backyard game that not many have heard of or had the chance to play. These instructions will give you step by step directions on how to build your very own set. Now you will be able bring some excitement to the next party or tailgate that you attend, and wow all of your friends and family!

Skill Level: Easy
Time to Complete: 30-60 minutes
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Step 1: Materials and Tools Needed

Materials Needed
(1) 10 foot section of 2" PVC pipe
(2) 2" inside diameter PVC couplings
(2) Glass bottles
(1) Frisbee

Tools Needed
Measuring tape
Permanent marker
Miter saw or handsaw made for cutting plastic
PCV joint compound

Step 2:

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You first want to lay out the 10 foot section of 2" PVC and mark a line at the 5 foot mark. This mark will serve as your cut line.  

Step 3:

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Using the miter box or handsaw (whichever you prefer or have at your availability) carefully cut along the line, cutting the 10 foot PVC into two 5 foot section.  

Step 4:

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Taking one of the sections of PVC, lay it out and mark out a line that angles from one side to the other side. Use the picture below for your guidance/reference. This will serve as the spike, allowing you to drive the pole into the ground making it stable when playing the game. (Repeat line on both poles)

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Again, using the miter box or handsaw cut along the line that you previously marked, creating the angle. This is where a miter box is to your advantage, because it can easily and more carefully cut angles.  

Step 6:

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Because the glass bottle does not sit nicely upon the top of the pole as it is now, it helps if you place a coupling on top of the pole that allows the bottle to sit more stable. Spread some of the joint compound on the inside of the coupling, and slide it over the top of the pole, making sure it is level. (Repeat on both poles)

Wouldn't it make more sense to just cut middle 5' line on the 45 degree angle and save doing it twice to both pieces the other way?

tycobb484 years ago
Cool - nice work on the graphics. Will do this summer. 2 things - 1 - what happens if the bottle is knocked off, but I manage to catch both the bottle and Frisbee? (W/out dropping my beer of course) and 2 - ever use full bottles (water) and rings instead Frisbee?
alexpf (author)  tycobb484 years ago
If you catch everything, and nothing hits the ground, then there is no points awarded.

We have played with an aerobe before (its like a frisbee ring) It kinda worked but we enjoyed playing it the normal way better.
alexpf (author)  alexpf4 years ago
I will add. If the bottle is hit with the frisbee, then one point is automatically awarded even if you catch the bottle.
mikeasaurus4 years ago
have played, amazing game.