Intro to Sticky Wicket
We recommend reading the Rules tab while watching the video, then read through the FAQ to get a full understanding of the game.
The Variations tab contains different versions or rules of Sticky Wicket recognized by Pro Beer Sports.
-Sticky Wicket is a game of athleticism, reflexes, and quick beer consumption.
-The objective of the game is to finish your teams' beers before the opposing team.
-The game field is set up similar to beer pong, but instead of a rack of cups, the players have beer cans stacked and centered in front of them.
-Two full beer cans are set side b side. An empty beer can is set on top of those. This is called "The Wicket".
-Each team has three unopened cans of beer that must be consumed during the game.
-A player from each team plays Rock-Paper-Scissors for who gets first shot. Winner picks who shoots first.
-The team with first shot only shoots one ball.
-Once first shot is determined, all players open one can of beer.
-When a player is up to shoot, they throw a beer pong ball at the Wicket.
-If the shots hits any part of the Wicket, the shooter begins to drink their beer as fast as they can.
-Defenders retrieve the ball, put it on their quarter of the table, and yell "OUT!".
-If the shot knocked off the top can of the Wicket, this is know as a "Sticky Wicket". The Wicket must be reconstructed before the defense can yell "OUT!".
-The two defenders can throw the ball to each other.
-Once the defender has yelled 'Out!', the shooter must stop drinking.
-A shooter cannot drink out of more than one can per shot.
-If players spill any of their team beers, the other team drinks equal to what was spilled.
-If a can is knocked over and too much beer is spilled, it may be replaced with a new full beer.
-If 'OUT!' is called without having the ball or without the Wicket being reconstructed, the shooter takes one penalty drink.
-A penalty drink consists of one shot glass of beer from any of that teams beer cans.
-First team to empty their three cans wins.