Beer pong, also known as "Beirut," originated within the fraternities of Dartmouth College during the 1950s or 1960s. Originally played on a ping pong table with paddles, the game evolved as it spread to college campuses across the country, to a version played without paddles or net. Although the makers of this particular pong set state "this product is not intended to be used with any alcoholic beverages," beer pong is recognized as a drinking game, and is universally played with beer.
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