There are a number of variations on the rules of the game. Detailed below are the most common guidelines; however, you may chose to modify them to your liking:
First you need two posts or pipes roughly to the chest in height and spaced a decent frisbee toss apart stuck squarely in to the ground.
Next, place an empty beer bottle on the top of each pole. (You can improvise some other object as long as both poles get the same object for fairness.)
Each team of two players stands next to one pole, facing each other. Each player must be holding an open beer for the duration of the game, including while throwing and/or catching the frisbee. (This is known as the “Beer-in-Hand Rule”.)
Choose the throwing order/turn order. Teams should alternate turns throwing and defending, each team getting one throw at a time. A team may only score when throwing, and when one team is throwing the other team is ‘defending’. In order to count, all throws must be deamed “catchable”, and the thrower must not step in front of their pole.
The objective of the game is to knock the beer bottle off the opposing team’s pole either by direct hit, hitting the pole, or just tripping up your drunken opponents. The defenders aim is to prevent the bottle from hitting the ground while at the same time catching the frisbee, and not spilling any beer. Defenders cannot attempt to prevent the frisbee from striking the pole or bottle. One throw at a time, one team at a time, alternating teams and players. Wash, rinse, repeat.
Feel free to make up your own point system, or use the one outlined below:
Games are played to 21 points.
1 point – Failure to catch the frisbee, but only if it hits the bottle.
Loser finishes their drink.