MINI BAG TOSS

Bean Bag Toss a.k.a. Cornhole is a pervasive tailgate / lawn game in which players toss fist-sized square bags filled with corn at a sloped rectangle, attempting to land the bags on the board for 1 point or through a cutout hole for 3 points. Played 1-on-1 or 2-on-2, first team to reach 21 points without going over wins.

 

In our Mini Bag Toss game, players use little finger flickin' catapults mounted to their respective cornhole board to precisely shoot little 1 inch bags towards the board opposite them. Boards may be spaced up to 4 feet apart depending on available space, and cribbage pegs are used to keep track of score.

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HOW IT'S MADE

Admittedly, we weren't the first to think of launching little bean bags. Buuuut, when you're already launching mini balls on tabletops, mini bean bags seem like a natural next step.

 

Pivoting catapults and independent cornhole platform design make for a superior mini bag toss experience. Plus, you're not going to find bean bags smaller or cuter than ours. Believe us, we've looked everywhere!

The broad design goal here was to utilize our existing mini beer pong catapult (which we already spent a bunch of money having molded), find a mini bean bag suitably sized for it (0.75 - 1 inch square), and scale the standard cornhole board dimensions appropriately.

 

Further, the two cornhole boards needed to be spaced up to a few feet apart to keep proportion so that led us to design independent, not connected cornhole board platforms onto which the catapults could securely mount and be pivoted for precise aiming.

 

Not only that but the platforms needed to provide enough counter weight to not tip over when players pull back on the catapults to flick the little bean bags.

Speaking of the tiny bean bags, turns out they are really difficult to make, and manufacturers were reluctant to work with us. So, we got a sewing consultation and learned how to make them ourselves. It's not fun, but it's totally worth it to get this game out. We hope you agree!

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MINI BAG TOSS

Finger flickin' catapult the cutest 1 inch bean bags with precision in our tabletop take on the tailgate classic known as Bean Bag Toss or Cornhole.

Spring-loaded catapults mount behind each cornhole board and pivot for precise finger aiming.

Independent cornhole boards can be spaced apart to fit almost any table size.

Play by your own bag toss rules or check out our official guide.

custom engraving

Personalize the wooden Mini Bag Toss set with your own image and/or text, perfect for gift giving or brand swagger!

 

Upload your file or text before adding to cart.

 

Questions? Please email us at: sales@minibeerpong.com

Note: No trademark/copyright images allowed without permission. Images should be black and white or vector files.

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The broad design goal here was to utilize our existing mini beer pong catapult, find a mini bean bag suitably sized for it (0.75 - 1 inch square), and scale the standard cornhole board dimensions proportionately.

 

We also wanted the platforms to be independent so they could be spaced out appropriate to whatever tabletop / surface they're being played on.

And now for the tiny bags - turns out they are really difficult to make and we couldn't find a supplier.

 

So, we got a (free!) sewing consultation and learned how to make them ourselves. It's not fun, but it's totally worth it to get this game out. We hope you think so too!

As Seen

Mini Beer Pong in Life & Style Best Gifts
Mini Beer Pong on E! News with Giuliana Rancic Mini Beer Pong in Vogue Best Gifts for Guys
Mini Beer Pong in Playboy
Mini Beer Pong in the New York Post
Mini Beer Pong on the Weather Channel, Wake Up with Al Roker
Mini Beer Pong at Barnes and Noble