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Steemee Wonder

Posted by Dave On December - 14 - 2013

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As a tailgater and a sports fan, it is safe to assume you have eaten a few hot dogs inside the stadium. For some reason and you can’t put your finger on it, they always seem to taste better than the hot dogs you prepare at home or out in the parking lot. Is it because they use special hot dogs and buns you can’t buy at the store? That’s not it. Is it that they just seem to taste better because of the atmosphere you are in and your brain just associates a better tasting hot dog because you are inside the stadium watching a game? That’s not it either.

The reason why hot dogs purchased inside the stadium tend to taste better than the ones you prepare on your own can be summed up in one simple word: Steam.

Hot dogs and their buns are cooked inside the stadium using steam. Trying to replicate that steaming process that the ball parks use at home or at the tailgate has been quite difficult. That is until we discovered a new product called the Steemee Wonder.

The Steemee Wonder takes the process of cooking your hot dogs and steaming the hot dog buns into a simple three step process and produces six delicious ballpark tasting hot dogs in six minutes. The Steemee Wonder is a three pot system with one lid that can be used at home or on the grill out in the parking lot. Here is how it works.

Take the bottom pot of the Steemee Wonder and fill it half way full with water. Place it on your heat source, stove top or grill, and get the water to a rolling boil. While the water is getting hot, place six hot dogs in the second chamber. The second chamber is a pot with numerous holes on the bottom to allow the steaming water below to heat the hot dogs. Once the water is boiling, place the second pot with the hot dogs on top of the boiling water pot and cover. Set the timer for three minutes and while the hot dogs are cooking, place six hot dog buns in the top pot. This pot has four holes in it to allow the steam to get into the buns. Make sure to not cover the holes with the buns so as to avoid the buns from getting soggy and cutting off the flow of steam to the other buns. After the hot dogs have steamed for three minutes, place the pot with the buns on top of the other two pots and let steam for three minutes. After three minutes remove the buns and place the hot dogs in them and allow your guests to top them with the condiments and toppings of their choice.

As you can see in the above gallery, we first tried the Steemee Wonder at home on our stove top. Cut to the chase, these hot dogs tasted identical to the ones you get at the stadium. If you have more than six people who are hungry, the water is already boiling, just place six more hot dogs in the middle pot and do another batch.

The taste of the hot dogs prepared in the Steemee Wonder was uncanny when comparing it to the taste of stadium hot dogs. My girlfriend practically grew up going to Los Angeles Dodgers games and has consumed quite a few Dodgers Dogs in her lifetime. Anyone who has been to Dodger Stadium will probably agree that the Dodger Dog is the end all, be all when it comes to stadium hot dogs. My girlfriend remarked that had she known about the Steemee Wonder years ago, she probably would have save a small fortune by not having to buy a Dodger Dog every time she went to a Dodgers game. Now if that is not a ringing endorsement, I don’t know what is.

But of course this is a tailgating blog where we test products and review them in a real tailgating environment. The Steemee Wonder makes six ballpark style hot dogs on the stove at home flawlessly. But how does it perform on a grill in a tailgating parking lot? That remained to be seen.

We tested the Steemee Wonder on a grill to see how it would perform had it been brought tailgating. The same process as we used when testing it on the stove top was used on the grill. We fired up the grill on high and got the water boiling. It took a little longer to the get the water boiling on the grill because it was not directly over the heat source or the flame on the stove. Most grills you need to heat to 500 degrees before putting on your food and the good news is that you only need the grill to get 212 to get the water boiling.

We followed the same process once the water started boiling of placing the hot dogs on for three minutes and then adding the buns for the remaining three minutes. After a total of six minutes on the grill the hot dogs tasted just like we purchased them at the stadium.

After testing the Steemee Wonder both at home and on the grill, we are going to deem the Steemee Wonder “Tailgate Approved”. It is dishwasher safe and if you buy one, a carrying bag and 50 Hotdog wrappers are included. Currently priced at $29.97, the Steemee Wonder is available on Amazon.com. The Steemee Wonder only has four reviews on Amazon but the positive news is all four are five star reviews and all of the reviewers raved about the product.

For more information you can also visit: tvhotdog.com

Holiday Gift Guide for Tailgaters – 2013 Edition

Posted by Dave On December - 11 - 2013

Holiday Gift Guide 2013In two short weeks, just 14 days from today, it will be Christmas Day. You know what that means? It means you probably haven’t gotten any of your holiday shopping done. (like us)

Have no fear because Tailgating Ideas is here to save the day. As we have done in the past three years, we offer you a quick reference guide of the latest and greatest gear that any tailgater or sports fan on your shopping list would love. In case you missed the previous years’ gift guides, you can also reference those gift guides for tailgaters from 2010, 2011 and 2012. Without further delay and superfluous introduction, here is the Tailgating Ideas Holiday Gift Guide for Tailgaters – 2013 Edition.

Kamikaze

Charger Fan Doing Kamikaze ShotDon’t let the name fool you. This little party starter is not just for sharing kamikazes. It used to be called the Party Starter but has since been renamed to the Kamikaze. This versatile mixed drinks and shots dispenser is actually dual-chambered and the liquor and the mixers only come together when the trigger is pressed. Fill up the rear reservoir with the liquor of your choice, the front reservoir with the mixer, pressurize the chambers with the plunger and that is when the fun starts. There is an intensity dial on the Kamikaze that you can determine how strong or weak of a shot you want to give out… or serve to yourself. With measuring lines and drink recipe suggestions on the back, the Kamikaze is truly the one party tool your tailgater on your gift list would love to receive. Priced at $25, the Kamikaze can be found HERE.

Game Bibs

Iowa State Tailgaters Game BibsYou have a tailgater or a sports fan on your gift list that says they are a die hard fan and are not afraid to show it? Make them prove it by getting them a set of Game Bibs. These bib overalls come in a variety of colors to match any professional or college football team your fan can imagine. Not for the wallflower on your list because Game Bibs will definitely get your sports fan noticed. They’ll feel like an A-list celebrity while out tailgating because everyone will come up and want to take their picture with him/her. A wide variety of sizes for women, men, infants, toddlers and youths are available. Game Bibs cost about $50 per pair and they even offer cargo pants and shorts, sundresses and fitted skirts. Get your tailgater their own pair of Game Bibs HERE.

Tailgate Couch

Tailgate Couch camoThe reason why tailgating is called tailgating is because people used to unfold their pick-up truck tailgate and have a party in the parking lot. People still do that but the tailgate party has evolved. You no longer have to have a sore butt from sitting on that cold hard truck tailgate anymore. There is the Tailgate Couch that now makes tailgating a lot more comfortable. With a Tailgate Couch in the bed of the truck those old school folding chairs are now obsolete. The best part? The Tailgate Couch is a chick magnet. Seriously, if given the choice of sitting on a hard metal tailgate or on the soft comfort of the Tailgate Couch, I am betting all the women will opt for choice No. 2. I hate to stereotype but I am willing to bet on this. Priced at about $200, the Tailgate Couch comes in Camo and classic red colors. You can find the Tailgate Couch HERE.

Party Barge

Party Barge Social Floater FeaturedIt may be cold outside right now and the furthest thing you can think about is playing beer pong in the pool but Spring will be here before you can say “bringbacks”. (Hard core beer pong players will know what that means.) The main difference between the Pool Pong Party Barge from other floating beer pong tables is they essentially built the better mousetrap. There are the recessed cup holders on each end as with most inflatable beer pong tables but that is where the comparisons end. The Party Barge has additional cup holders around the sides and the real genius of this design is the sunken central cooler. The capacity on the central ice chest is 18 canned beverages plus ice. Now you never have to get out of the pool to refill the cups when it is time for the next game to begin. Priced at $55, the Pool Pong Party Barge can be found HERE.

Pro Football Cookbook

Pro Football Cookbook CoverBooks are always a popular holiday gift item but this is one book that the tailgater on your list will love this year. The Pro Football Cookbook is a compilation of 32 main dishes, 32 sides and 32 cocktail recipes all inspired by the 32 NFL franchises and the city from where they hail.

For tailgaters stuck in a rut, this cookbook would be great for some new recipe ideas to make everyone in the parking lot stand up and take notice. The Pro Football Cookbook is a fantastic road map for tailgaters to have a built-in menu to reference for a meal theme based on that weekend’s opponent. Your team is playing the Washington Redskins? Make Hogs Sandwiches, Roasted Redskin Potatoes with Mustard and a Red Gin Rickey (pages 160 – 163) to wash it all down. When it comes time for your Super Bowl party, find the section of the two different teams playing and make those recipes for your guests and people will think you are a world traveling genius. Stadium Journey Pro Football Cookbook is available in hardcover from Amazon.com and would make a great gift for any tailgater this holiday season.

Spin Pong

Spin Pong BoxThe tailgater on your list says regular old beer pong has gotten a little dull lately? Maybe they have gotten so good at beer pong they need an added element of challenge? Or maybe they just want to stand out from the rest of the tailgate parties with a regular beer pong table and want look just a little bit different? No matter what they’re looking to do to spice up their beer pong game, Spin Pong has got you covered. Simply stated, Spin Pong is a battery operated beer pong rack that rotates the cups clockwise while you play. Just insert two AA batteries, load up your cups, fill your cups and let the balls fly. The level of difficulty increases while the fun level is raised as well. Spin Pong is priced at $17 for one rack or $30 for a set of two, one for each end of the beer pong table. Spin Pong can be found HERE.

Cocktail Gator

Cocktail Gator three modelsDo you know a tailgater that is not a beer drinker? If the tailgater on your list likes mixed drinks, the Cocktail Gator is the one gift you have to get him or her. Basically it is an insulated soft sided cooler that has compartments to hold a full liquor bar and ice on the go for your tailgate party. The CocktailGator comes in two different models: the Walkabout Cocktail Gator and the Mega Cocktail Gator which is larger and holds more. The Walkabout Cocktail Gator costs $85 and the Mega Cocktail Gator costs $159. You can purchase both models of the Cocktail Gator HERE.

Steemee Wonder

Steeme WonderFor some reason, hot dogs just taste better at the stadium. They don’t use magic hot dogs and buns made from an age old secret recipe. Stadiums use steam to prepare their hot dogs and it is the reason why you can’t duplicate the same taste at home or in the tailgate parking lot. That is until now. The Steemee Wonder is a stainless steel hot dog steaming system that can prepare six hot dogs and six buns in six minutes. They taste exactly like the hot dogs you have grown up eating inside the stadium but at a fraction of the price. The Steemee Wonder sells for under $35 on Amazon.com.

Bongzilla

Dolphin fans bongzillaBy nature, tailgating is a social activity. What could be more social than doing a beer bong with five additional friends all at the same time? That’s what the Bongzilla is all about. The Bongzilla is a pole mounted beer bong with six hoses coming off the bottom. The pole lowers and extends for ease of filling in the lower position and once filled, raise it up to the full height and bring in your friends. The pole extends and raises the funnel up to six feet in the air to allow gravity to do it’s thing. Did we mention that the Bongzilla funnel can hold 144 oz of liquid? That’s a whole 12-pack of beer for those of you math challenged. At the end of each drinking tube is an open/close valve so everyone can start drinking at the same time. Also, if you don’t have a total of six people wanting to drink, you can plug the tops of the hoses from inside the funnel to block any liquid going into the hoses that will not be used. The Bonzilla is priced at $55 and can be found HERE.

Ryobi RYI2200

Ryobi RYI2200 Generator

Ryobi RYI2200 Generator

It is no secret that Honda generators are the gold standard by which all generators are compared. Packing a max load of 2200 watts and extremely quiet, the Ryobi RYI2200 is the new kid on the black that may knock Honda off as king of generator mountain. The Ryobi is more than affordable priced under $550 and can be found at your local Home Depot.

MegaPongo

MegasPongoBefore we were introduced to BasketPong, beer pong was only played on a flat table. Now here comes MegaPongo and it turns the beer pong world on it’s ear. With backboards and a ball collection system, this is the new age of beer pong. Or if you are not a beer pong player, you can still play it by making up your own rules and standards for play. Numerous cup configurations are only limited by your imagination and it all packs up and is easily portable to any tailgating location. Priced at $135 for a complete set, you can buy MegaPongo HERE.

Hi-Tops

Hi-Tops FeaturedTossing games are a main staple in the tailgating parking lots but the same ones you have seen are getting about as fresh as a Billy Idol concert. Hi-Tops is a new tailgating game that combines elements of other popular tailgating games like cornhole and beer pong but puts a new twist on it to make it a fun and unique tailgating game. Hi-Tops is priced at $129.99 and that includes two official Hi-Tops Towers, two official Hi-Tops Playing Balls (foot bags), six stakes and one package of Hi-Tops playing cups. For more information or to buy a Hi-Tops game set for someone on your list, visit: playhitops.com

Mini Beer Pong

Mini Beer Pong FeaturedSome say “Bigger is Better”. And in most cases they are right. But when it comes to tailgating, smaller is normally better because of size constraints placed on getting everything you need into your tailgating vehicle. Sometimes not only smaller, but something that is mini, may be the best choice for tailgating. Mini Beer Pong is a smaller wooden game that is roughly 24 inches long. A “regulation” beer pong table is 2′ wide, 8′ long and 27 1/2″ high. Mini Beer Pong is four times smaller than a standard beer pong table making it more portable and can fit into the tightest spaces within your tailgating vehicle. If the tailgater on your list is looking for something different that nobody else has, Mini Beer Pong is the gift for them. Mini Beer Pong is priced at $60 and can be found HERE.

Make sure to come back early next week when we publish another edition of our Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Tailgaters. In the meantime, you can also check out the Stocking Stuffer Guides from years past including last year, 2011 and 2010.

Johnsonville Meatballs and Sausage Slices

Posted by Brandon On December - 10 - 2013

It’s been a little while since our last Johnsonville post, but I’m excited to share a review of a couple of their new products. I’ve long been a fan of precooked food when it comes to tailgating, because there are so many things that could go wrong with raw food. Luckily Johnsonville has added several new precooked offerings to their already stellar stable of products.

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Disclaimer: We were given samples of the Johnsonville Meatball and Sausage Slices free of charge. This in no way affected our evaluation of the product, nor did it affect the objectivity of this review.

One of my favorite things about testing these new products for Johnsonville is that when they’re released they always have a lot of recipes to try them in. The new meatballs and sausage slices were no different. However sometimes I like to put my own spin on things, which is precisely what I did with this review.

 

mild-italian-sausage-slicesThe first of the two products I tested was the “Mild Italian Sausage Slices.” As you might have guessed from the name, these are simply slices of italian sausage. While there are a few things you could do with these I decided to try them on a pizza. I found them super easy to use for this purpose, just grab them from the freezer and top the pie, and my results were quite nice. While I made this particular pizza in my home oven, it could easily be done on the grill. The sausage itself was surprisingly juicy considering it had been cooked, frozen, and then baked in the oven, all while maintaining a pleasant flavor.  If mild sausage isn’t your scene, they also offer a hot and spicy variety.

 

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The next products I tried were the “Three Cheese Italian Style Meatballs.” For these I decided to make something on the grill, and the best thing that came to mind was a meatball sub. I didn’t follow any specific recipe for these, but they turned out great just the same.   Even after grilling them a little to add some additional flavor they were still plenty moist for being precooked. Now what you need to know about these is that they’re made from pork, which is probably different than what you would expect. As such they have an entirely different texture and taste than similar products made from beef. Not a negative to the product, more of an FYI. If “Three Cheese” isn’t your scene they also offer “Classic Italian” and “Homestyle” which I’m sure are equally as good.

Based on my findings, I’m going to deem the Johnsonville Meatball and Sausage Slices “Tailgate Approved.” I think they’d be a welcome addition to any tailgate menu and, even as we near the end of the football season, they would be equally welcome as part of your indoor gameday spread. These products are gluten free, and are made to the same quality standards that you would expect of a company like Johnsonville.

To learn more about the product you can visit the product page here.  I would also encourage all Johnsonville fans to check out their social media sites for the latest news, tips, and contests.  You can find their Twitter pages @JvilleGrilling  and @JvilleKitchens.  Their Facebook pages are here and here, and a personal favorite of mine is their Instagram page.

Game Bibs

Posted by Dave On December - 10 - 2013

Iowa State Tailgaters Game Bibs
We sports fans and tailgaters show our spirit and support for our team in lots of different ways. You can always paint your face or your body. (I think the episode of Seinfeld pretty much covered the face painting thing.) You can always buy out the team store and wear a jersey, a hat, Mardi Gras beads, etc. All of those options are pretty easy and quite honestly, a bit overdone. Why not show your love and devotion to your team in a way that can not be mistaken or ignored?

We as tailgaters like to stand out, be unique and let everyone in the parking lot know that we support our team, rain or shine and in good seasons and bad. We recently had the opportunity to test and try out Game Bibs which are bib overalls decked out in any stripped combination to match your team’s colors.

(Disclaimer: We did receive samples of Game Bibs for free. The fact these samples were provided to us free of charge in no way influenced our opinion of the product nor did it impact our ability to test and review the product fairly and objectively.)

Minnesota Game Bib GirlsUpon hearing that we would be testing out Game Bibs we immediately checked out their website, GameBibs.com. We were immediately struck with how many color options there were and even tried to come up with a professional or college team color combination that they did not have. We were stumped as to what team or school you could possibly come up with that did not have a Game Bib color combination. They even have black and white checkered bibs for the race fans out there and also an orange and white checkered game bibs for those Tennessee fans that want to wear the iconic orange and white checkerboard end zone design at Neyland Stadium. Speaking of college football icons, there is nobody more iconic than college football coaching legend the late Paul “Bear” Bryant and his famous houndstooth hat. Game Bibs even has a Black and White Houndstooth Game Bib for the ‘Bama fans that want to pay homage to the Bear.

In addition to the wide variations of color options, we were impressed with the variety of sizes Game Bibs offers. Ranging from XS to 3XL, Game Bibs can fit almost anyone. Game Bibs also offers smaller sizes for the littler fans in your family or tailgating group. Game Bibs are also sized for infants, toddlers and youths so there is no reason the whole family can’t show off your team pride in style. They have some sizing suggestions for adults when picking out your Game Bibs that we thought would be helpful to share.

If you are at the high end of the waist range, it is recommended that you purchase the next size up for ultimate comfort. Your waist size in bib overalls will typically be about 2-4 inches bigger than your waist size in jeans, especially if your belly hangs over your pant waist. To determine the most accurate bib overall fit for women, a general rule of thumb is to add 23 inches to the size you wear in women’s clothing. For example, if you wear a size 6 in women’s clothing your waist in bib overalls would be 29 inches and the recommended purchase size would be a Small.

Being a former college football offensive lineman myself, I went with the 2XL Game Bib size. I chose three different color combos to reflect my allegiance to my favorite teams I would typically tailgate. I got the Royal Blue and Orange Game Bib for when I tailgate and attend the Cal State Fullerton Baseball games and plan to wear my Cal State Omaha T-Shirt underneath. I also got the Navy Blue and Yellow for when I tailgate before the San Diego Chargers games which has been well documented online here. I also received the Crimson and White Game Bibs for those times I tailgate and attend University of Oklahoma football games. (Back in October we traveled to Dallas for the OU/Texas game and documented that trip on our Instagram page. These Game Bibs would have been awesome to wear to that game.)

Photo courtesy of PennStaterMag.com

In addition to the wide variety of colors and sizes just in the bib overalls options, Game Bibs offer up other ways you can express you are a fan. They also offer Fitted Skirts and Sundresses for the ladies. For the guys, Game Bibs also carries Cargo Pants and Cargo Shorts. And for those Grill Sargent tailgaters out there, Game Bibs also carries Cooking Aprons.

As mentioned earlier, we received samples of Game Bibs to try on for size and comfort. As with normal bib overalls, the comfort of these babies are unmatched. Depending on your body type if you have longer legs or a longer torso, the shoulder straps are fully adjustable. The inseam length is plenty long too so if you have shorter legs you may need to hem the inseam or just roll the bottoms. Because the inseam might need adjusting to your personal leg length, I immediately thought Game Bibs would work perfectly in concert with The Whizdom too.

Purple and Yellow Game Bib OverallsGame Bibs have deep back pockets to hold your wallet and most women like to carry their cell phones in their back pockets. Plenty of room back there even for those larger sized smart phones with the huge screens. Game Bibs have front pockets too for your keys and any other items you want to have with you while tailgating or to take inside the game. Game Bibs also have a front zipper fly for the guys when nature calls. Also, if you want to bring in some extra hooch into the game and not pay the high concession stand prices, Game Bibs would be perfect to bring in and conceal a Freedom Flask.

The front bib has a large pocket too along with a thinner pocket to place a pen or even a victory cigar. When wearing my Game Bibs I preferred to place my smart phone in the front pouch pocket for easy access and also to be able to hear it easier. Sometimes the tailgating parking lot can be a loud place and you can’t always hear your cell phone ring if someone is calling to ask where to meet you or ask directions on how to park next to you. By placing my phone in the front pocket it is closer to my ears and thus reducing the chances of missing an important call because I couldn’t hear it. Also, your phone is right there at your finger tips so you won’t miss capturing your buddy doing his first Flamingo Beer Bong.

The obvious benefits of Game Bibs is not only the comfort of wearing bib overalls but the fact there is NO WAY there will be any doubt as to which team you support. A pair of jeans and a jersey just doesn’t cut it for some people. And for those people, they need to express their love and devotion to their team in a big way. When you wear Game Bibs you aren’t just tapping someone on the shoulder and whispering you are a fan. By wearing Game Bibs you are grabbing them by the shirt collar and getting two inches from their face and screaming “I’M A FAN!!!!“. (Figuratively, of course.)

If you are a bit of a wallflower and don’t want to be noticed while out tailgating, Game Bibs are not for you. But if you are a casual fan and want to up your game and make sure there is no shred of doubt which team you love, Game Bibs are a must have. After thoroughly testing Game Bibs we are going to label them “Tailgate Approved”. The comfort along with the price and durability make Game Bibs unmatched when it comes to expressing your devotion and spirit for your team without saying a word in the tailgating parking lot.

Game Bibs are made from 100% cotton fabric and are priced around $50 for the traditional bib overalls. Infant, toddler and youth sizes along with the women’s sundresses, skirts and men’s cargo shorts and cargo pants are priced less than $50. If you want to save 10% on your first order of Game Bibs, you can get your discount by following Game Bibs on Twitter (@GameBibs) liking them on Facebook or joining their email list.

Game Bibs would make the perfect gift for any tailgater on your shopping list. Just imagine the look on their face when they open up these bib overalls in their favorite team’s colors just in time to go to the game that weekend.

For more information or to buy Game Bibs, visit: GameBibs.com

Mini Beer Pong

Posted by Dave On December - 9 - 2013

Mini Beer Pong Featured

Some say “Bigger is Better”. And in most cases they are right. But when it comes to tailgating, smaller is normally better because of size constraints placed on getting everything you need into your tailgating vehicle. Sometimes not only smaller, but something that is mini, may be the best choice for tailgating.

Recently we had the chance to test and review Mini Beer Pong.

(Disclaimer: We did receive a sample of Mini Beer Pong for free. The fact this sample was provided to us free of charge in no way influenced our opinion of the product nor did it impact our ability to test and review the product fairly and objectively.)

As you can see in the above photo, Mini Beer Pong is a smaller wooden game that is roughly 24 inches long. A “regulation” beer pong table is 2′ wide, 8′ long and 27 1/2″ high. Mini Beer Pong is four times smaller than a standard beer pong table making it more portable and can fit into the tightest spaces within your tailgating vehicle. (Click images for larger view)

Mini Beer Pong comes with plastic mini cups and the wooden balls are launched using spring loaded launchers. The wooden balls are tethered to the center of the board via a magnet to avoid chasing after misfired balls. The cups can be configured for a complete game of 10 or can be scaled down to 6 and the recessed holders keep the cups steady even with the most direct of a direct hit. Re-racking is simple and easy and the configuration allows for any number of popular re-rack configurations including straight line re-racks, “Gentlemen’s” or “the Flower”.

The three holes in the back behind the cup racks are the launcher positions. Looking a little like a catapult, the launchers have strong springs to launch the wooden balls at your opponent’s cups rack and can be moved to one of three positions and can pivot within each location.

Upon receiving the sample, I first noticed the quality craftsmanship of the game. The wood is beautifully milled and professionally handcrafted and stained. Take a look at their video of how Mini Beer Pong units are made.

As you can see in the photo galleries, we chose to fill the one oz. cups with beer, splitting a 12 oz. can between all 20 cups. Each cup holds about an ounce of liquid and if you are feeling bold, you could substitute liquor for beer.

(I would highly suggest using smaller levels of liquor if you so choose based on 1 oz. of liquor in a short amount of time could at the very least contribute to a large level of intoxication and could result in alcohol poising. I don’t need to tell you that is not good so make sure to use moderation as your guide if using liquor in your Mini Beer Pong.)

Take a look at the detail and the craftsmanship of Mini Beer Pong.

After testing out the Deluxe Mini Beer Pong Kit, we are going to label Mini Beer Pong “Tailgate Approved”. It is light and highly portable and has the overall “wow factor” of playing beer pong on a playing surface that is one-quarter the size of a regular beer pong table.

Mini Beer Pong comes in a variety of sizes and prices. The Deluxe Mini Beer Pong Kit is priced at $60. The Premium Mini Beer Pong Kit is more of a self-contained unit where the balls and launchers are stored in an underneath compartment and folds up for easy carrying. The most affordable Mini Beer Pong is the Classic Mini Beer Pong Kit costing $25.

If you would like more information or to buy a Mini Beer Pong for yourself or possibly someone on your holiday gift giving list, visit: playmbp.com.

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