# Are You A Beer Lover?

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• 1.

### What state is MacTarnahan's brewed in?

• A.

Missouri

• B.

Oregon

• C.

Milwaukee

• D.

Washington

B. Oregon
Explanation
MacTarnahan's is brewed in Oregon.

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• 2.

### Which of the following is not a beer brewed in Mexico?

• A.

Dos Equis

• B.

Corona

• C.

Sol

• D.

Lingos

D. Lingos
Explanation
Lingos is not a beer brewed in Mexico. Dos Equis, Corona, and Sol are all well-known Mexican beer brands, but Lingos is not.

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• 3.

### A firkin holds how many U.K. gallons of beer?

• A.

6

• B.

9

• C.

1

• D.

24

B. 9
Explanation
A firkin is a unit of measurement used in the brewing industry to measure beer. It is equal to one-quarter of a barrel or 9 U.K. gallons.

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• 4.

### According to CAMRA what cannot be used in the serving of real ales?

• A.

Shive

• B.

• C.

Spile

• D.

Bung

Explanation
A cask breather cannot be used in the serving of real ales according to CAMRA. A cask breather is a device that allows air to enter the cask to replace the beer as it is drawn out. However, CAMRA believes that this process can introduce oxygen into the beer, which can negatively affect its flavor and quality. Therefore, they recommend traditional methods of serving real ales without the use of cask breathers.

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• 5.

### Which country was the first known to brew light-colored beer?

• A.

Bohemia

• B.

Russia

• C.

Germany

• D.

Austria

A. Bohemia
Explanation
Bohemia is the correct answer because it is known for being the birthplace of the Pilsner style of beer, which is a light-colored beer. The city of Pilsen in Bohemia is specifically credited with the creation of the Pilsner beer in the mid-19th century. This beer style quickly gained popularity and spread throughout the world, making Bohemia the first known country to brew light-colored beer.

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• 6.

### What is the Czech word for beer?

• A.

• B.

Pivo

• C.

Jedno

• D.

Havelova

B. Pivo
Explanation
The correct answer is Pivo. Pivo is the Czech word for beer.

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• 7.

### Which of the following slogans is on Moosehead bottles?

• A.

Brewed With Pride

• B.

• C.

• D.

Explanation
The slogan "Quality & Tradition" is on Moosehead bottles. This slogan emphasizes the company's commitment to producing high-quality beer while staying true to their traditional brewing methods. It conveys the message that Moosehead takes pride in maintaining the same level of quality and tradition that has been a part of their brand for years.

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• 8.

### Which of the following breweries brews Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale?

• A.

Brick Brewery

• B.

Silvercreek Brewery

• C.

Nova Scotia Brewery

• D.

Vancouver Island Brewing Company

C. Nova Scotia Brewery
Explanation
Nova Scotia Brewery brews Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale.

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• 9.

### How many cans are in a Lone Star "Texas 6-Pack"?

• A.

Six

• B.

Seven

• C.

Eight

• D.

Nine

C. Eight
Explanation
A Lone Star "Texas 6-Pack" typically contains eight cans.

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• 10.

### Which of the following brews is nicknamed "The Cream of Manchester"?

• A.

Caledonian

• B.

Cooper's Sparkling Ale

• C.

Boddingtons

• D.

Sleeman's Cream Ale

C. Boddingtons
Explanation
Boddingtons is nicknamed "The Cream of Manchester" because it is a popular beer that originated in Manchester, England. The nickname refers to the smooth and creamy texture of the beer, which is achieved through a unique nitrogenation process. Boddingtons is known for its rich, creamy head and smooth mouthfeel, making it a favorite among beer enthusiasts.

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