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Bru-Bag

Maker - James Rafferty

Bru-Bag
Made in the USA

Maker Story

Pyramid Scheme

Buddies James Rafferty and Scott Quick created their own bean bag toss game after an aha! moment at a cookout.

They noticed that half of the crowd was inside the house playing beer pong, while the rest were outside competing at cornhole. Bru-Bag combines elements of both games into one, bringing everyone together.

The two natural basswood game boards mimic cornhole’s set-up, but with six holes per board in a beer-pong-inspired pyramid formation. If a player makes it in the hole, instead of removing a cup, cover up that target. Whichever team covers up all their targets first, wins. There are endless variations of how to play, too, so feel free to put your own spin on it.

James and Scott have been friends since high school, and are both veterans—so making their game in the USA was a no-brainer. They leave the set unfinished so you can paint and personalize it, and the legs detach to make party-hopping easier.

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Discovered 5/31/2016

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Made in the USA

Maker Story

Pyramid Scheme

Buddies James Rafferty and Scott Quick created their own bean bag toss game after an aha! moment at a cookout.

They noticed that half of the crowd was inside the house playing beer pong, while the rest were outside competing at cornhole. Bru-Bag combines elements of both games into one, bringing everyone together.

The two natural basswood game boards mimic cornhole’s set-up, but with six holes per board in a beer-pong-inspired pyramid formation. If a player makes it in the hole, instead of removing a cup, cover up that target. Whichever team covers up all their targets first, wins. There are endless variations of how to play, too, so feel free to put your own spin on it.

James and Scott have been friends since high school, and are both veterans—so making their game in the USA was a no-brainer. They leave the set unfinished so you can paint and personalize it, and the legs detach to make party-hopping easier.