Introducing Alcohockey, Canada’s Version Of Beer Pong

11 Responses

  1. Knighter says:

    OMG I definitely thought of something like this a couple years ago while I was living and working in the rocky mountains of Alberta! Pretty much the same, but I only had thought of doing three slits in back which puck would go into like normal air hockey, and fall into your drink. With two pegs on each side of board.
    This is epic for actually building one! One that will get you hammed!!!

  2. Pe says:

    I can see his Polish roots not only in the name

  3. Meeko says:

    This seems like an awesome idea, i have a friend that made a giant 4 player version of battle shots. I do however have a couple questions…..what is preventing spills if a puck falls to fast in a cup? also in the case of the puck what would be used? are you using just regular pucks for air hockey or is it a different material, because i’m not sure about anyone else, but a sticky alcohol drenched plastic puck could potentially become a problem for the table (dripping into vent holes…ect.)……i guess if you were drunk to begin with it doesnt really matter lol, like i said an awesome idea though and i might make one for myself in the near future

    • jimmyjames says:

      You bring up some very valid and sobering points my friend. Let’s answer them. I am not the official creator, but here are my responses. #1 Puck goes in too fast? Less you have to drink, but you must wipe up, or else you’re a hoosier. #2 Yes a puck must be used or it becomes alcofield hockey… that’s just wrong. #3 Puck must be rinsed or replaced between scoring, or else you’re a hoosier. Seems like a rag and some intermittent wiping will solve all problems. Game on!

  4. Corey says:

    Canada’s response to beer pong? Beer pong is a Canadian invention…

  5. Kyle says:

    On the to do list now, thanks

  6. Mike says:

    This is a cool concept, but I don’t think it’s even a question that beer pong is much better. “Alcohockey” requires an air hockey table, or something of the sort, with holes cut out at the end. To set this up will definitely require some time and money, whereas beer pong simply requires 20 Solo cups and two ping pong balls…Just another example of why the US is superior to Canada.

  7. dragos says:

    This looks so fun, definitely on my to do list. I would love to serve them from my cocktail dispenser made by these guys here:

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