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The Beer Quiz

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So you think you know about Beer eh? Well, try this on for size; The Beer Quiz tests your knowledge with regard to Beer.

The following 15 Beer Quiz questions will hopefully challenge you and gauge how well you know about Beer, its various brands, and other facts related to it.

Answer all 15 questions correctly, and you'll earn a covetted position on our all time "Brewmaster" list.
1. A mug of Beer (250 ml) has up to:
a.5 Calories
b.50 Calories
c.500 Calories
d.100 Calories

 
2. Why are Hops used in the production of Beer?
a.To enhance toxicity.
b.To enhance flavoring and aroma.
c.To change color
d.None of the above

 
3. The wood used to prepare Beer casks comes from:
a.The Oak Tree
b.The Whistler Tree
c.The Pine Tree
d.The Wine Tree
 
4. What does the term Bock refer to?
a.A pale beer, light-bodied, having a hoppy dry flavor
b.A dark brown beer, full-bodied, having a strong malty flavor
c.A light colored beer having no malt or hop
d.A medium bodied malty beer

 
5. Malt used in the preparation of beer is obtained from:
a.Water
b.Barley
c.Chocolate
d.Eggs

 
6. The word ''ABV'' means:
a.The percentage weight of alcohol per volume of beer
b.The percentage weight of water per volume of beer
c.The percentage volume of alcohol per volume of beer
d.The percentage volume of malt per volume of beer

 
7. Which of the following are Bottom-fermenting Beers?
a.Ale
b.Stout
c.Bock
d.Malt liquor

 
8. Which of the following are Ales?
a.Bock
b.Alt
c.Bitter
d.Pilsner
 
9. Which of the following are Lager Beers?
a.American Light
b.Doppelbock
c.Alt
d.Lambic
 
10. The main difference between Ale and Lager Beer is that:
a.Ale is brewed while Lager is fermented
b.Ale has more water in it than Lager Beer
c.Ale contains more alcohol than Lager Beer
d.Ale yeast yields fruity aroma and flavor while Lager yeast creates smooth clean tasting Beers
 
11. The method of checking a Beer's quality is called:
a.Aging
b.Brussels lace
c.Colombian lace
d.Tanning

 
12. Beer can be fermented up to:
a.100 Degrees F
b.140 Degrees F
c.400 Degrees F
d.20 Degrees F

 
13. A Keg (15 1/2 Gallons) of Beer has up to:
a.2501 calories
b.25,810 calories
c.250 calories
d.10,956 calories

 
14. The process of aging Beer in Oak casks began in:
a.USA
b.Canada
c.France
d.Belgium

 
15. The four basic ingredients used to prepare Beer are Water, Hops,            , and            .
a.Rice
b.Malt
c.Yeast
d.Sugar
e.Meat

 


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Get all 15 questions correct, and see your name listed at the top of this page as a "Brewmaster"
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