BREWNOPOLY uses satire and subversion to critically explicate the Mexican beer industry by highlighting craft brewers that sell out, corporate brewers that buy out, pay to play and the illusion of choice. There is a standard six-sided die with differing images of corporate and craft brands that is rolled at the start of the game. This die roll determines if game players are either a corporate or craft brewer. The street properties on the game board reflect existing brewery and beer pub locations of both corporate brewers and craft brewers. Additionally, the currency within the game is converted from monopoly money to Mexican pesos. The Chance and Community Chest cards oppose the notion that the corporate brewers will inherently win the game. The cards allow for each brewer to reflect on their positionality and how easy or natural it can be to compromise within the industry. The reality of craft brewers as the underdog within Mexican beer industry is by no means an exaggeration. However, BREWNOPOLY postulates that corporate brewers are perhaps not the only sinister players in the game or industry.