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Beer Trivia

written by: Eve
 
People have enjoyed this golden beverage since ancient times. Find out how much you know about its history, popular brands, breweries and the process of brewing. And don't forget to refresh yourselves with a glass of beer!

Question 1:


This country has the highest number of breweries in the world, and beer plays a significant part of its culture. Among the numerous famous brands it produces are Krombacher, Warsteiner and Bitburger.
Austria
Germany
Sweden
Belgium

Question 2:


This dark stout beer was first brewed in 1759 at St. James's Gate Brewery, Dublin, Ireland. One of its varieties is "Foreign Extra Stout Nigeria," which is brewed using sorghum instead of barley.
Bud Light
Guinness
Grolsch
Beck’s

Question 3:


It is stated in ancient texts that the earliest beers are Sumerian. Name the ancient Sumerian goddess of beer, daughter of Enki.
Hedetet
Fauna
Ninkasi
Feronia

Question 4:


Efes Beverage Group, founded in 1969 and named after an ancient city, is the major beer producer in this country.
Denmark
Turkey
Greece
Poland

Question 5:


This beer brand, which is a German language adjective for something from the city of České Budějoviceis, is often advertised as the 'King of Beers’.
Budweiser
Heineken
Corona
Pilsner Urquell

Question 6:


"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy." The words were delivered by this philosopher, inventor, politician and economist.
Washington Irving
Thomas Jefferson
Benjamin Franklin
Abraham Lincoln

Question 7:


One of the most famous events in Munich, Germany is this two-week annual festival. It begins with a keg of beer tapped by the Mayor of Munich.
Oktoberfest
Bayreuth Festival
Shwung Festival
Bregenzer Festspiele

Question 8:


This country is famous for its lager beers, especially Amstel, Heineken and Grolsch.
Germany
Netherlands
Belgium
Denmark

Question 9:


Name the movie in which Vincent said the following words: 'Well, in Amsterdam, you can buy beer in a movie theatre. And I don't mean in a paper cup either. They give you a glass of beer, like in a bar. In Paris, you can buy beer at MacDonald's'.
‘A Love Song For Bobby Long’
‘Pulp Fiction’
‘Ladder 49’
‘Face Off’

Question 10:


Name the phase in beer brewing in which the malted grains are crushed and soaked in warm water, as a result of which, enzymes turn starches into fermentable sugars.
Mashing
Sparging
Fermentation
Boiling

 


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