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All About Beer

written by: bobby
 
In this quiz you will be asked some intriguing questions about beer. Let's see how much you know about one of the world’s favourite drinks.

Question 1:


One of the possible origins of the popular expression "rule of thumb" is believed to be connected to the process of brewing beer.
True
False

Question 2:


John Wagner, the first American to produce lager beer, had a brewery in which state?
Pennsylvania
Maine
New York
New Jersey

Question 3:


The term cenosillicaphobia, related to drinking beer and alcohol as a whole, means what?
A fear of a broken glass
A fear of an empty glass
A fear of a falling glass
A fear of breaking a glass

Question 4:


The oldest known recipe for a beverage still in existence is a recipe for beer.
True
False

Question 5:


Samuel Adams Triple Bock, produced by the Boston Beer Company, reaches what percentage of alcohol by volume?
9%
17%
12%
23%

Question 6:


The national epic poem of which country includes an early ode to beer in Verse XX: "Sing the songs of beer immortal!"?
Germany
Denmark
Sweden
Finland

Question 7:


Charles Dickens made the following statement about beer: "It was as natural as eating and to me as necessary, and I would not have thought of eating a meal without drinking beer."
True
False

 


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