Beeramid: Get Ready For an Unforgettable Night of Fun!

Beeramid bullshit

If you’re looking for a unique and unforgettable way to spend your night out with friends, the Beeramid is the answer! This innovative game gives you and your friends the chance to enjoy an evening of fun and laughter while also enjoying some delicious beer.


  • Deck of cards
  • Beer


  1. Mix the cards.
  2. Make a pyramid of cards face down.
  3. The remaining cards will then be distributed among the players and kept hidden from one another.
  4. After everyone has looked at their own cards, they should be kept face down in a horizontal line and not looked at again.

The first-row size is based on the number of players:

  • 2-4 players = 5 cards in the first row
  • 4-6 players = 6 cards in the first row
  • 6-8 players = 7 cards in the first row

Beeramid Rules

  1. The Dealer: Designate a dealer who will oversee the game and turn over the cards. The dealer turns over the first card at the base of the pyramid and announces its value.
  2. Card Value Announcement: When the dealer reveals a card, any player who possesses that card in their face-down hand may distribute one drink to another player of their choice.
  3. Claiming or Calling Bluff: The player called out for having the announced card has two options. They can either drink themselves or call “bullshit.” If they choose the latter, they must accuse the player of making a false announcement.
  4. Bullshit Challenge: If the called-out player claims “bullshit,” they need to reveal their card. If they indeed have the announced card, they must pick up the card from the pyramid, and the person who called them out drinks twice the amount initially offered. However, if the called-out player doesn’t have the card or picks up the wrong card, they must drink twice the amount offered.
  5. Row Progression: Once a row of the pyramid is completed, the dealer moves to the next row, drawing the first card. In this row, all cards have the same value as the row number. For example, in the second row, all cards have a value of two.
  6. Increasing Drink Distribution: As the rows progress, the number of drinks players can distribute also increases. Each player with a card on a particular row can give drinks equal to the row number. For instance, players in the third row can give three drinks, and players in the fourth row can give four drinks.
  7. Multiple Cards of the Same Value: If a player has more than one card of the announced value, they can choose to give both cards to the same person or split them up among different players. If a “bullshit” call is made, the player must reveal both cards.
  8. The Final Row: In the fifth row (or the last row of the pyramid), honest drinks become more significant. If a “bullshit” call is made on this row, it should result in about a full beer consumption by somebody.
  9. Penalty Beer: To add an extra challenge, designate one or two bottles of a particularly unappealing beer as the “Penalty Beer.” Any player who loses a “bullshit” challenge on the final row must finish the Penalty Beer without removing it from their lips.

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Liam Jones

Liam Jones

Hey there! I'm Liam Jones, a passionate blogger and master of drinking games. From Beer Pong to Quarters, no game is too difficult for me :)

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Hey there! I'm Liam Jones, a passionate blogger and master of drinking games. From Beer Pong to Quarters, no game is too difficult for me :)

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