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What are the ingredients that go into every beer?
- Hops, barley, yeast, and a clarifying agent
- Water, barley, and yeast
- Barley, water, hops, and yeast
- Water, yeast, barley, and sugar
Which of the following is NOT a style of beer?
- American Pale Ale
Which of the following beer styles is traditionally the darkest?
- India Pale Ale
- Red Ale
What does "ABV" stand for?
- Actual Beer Volume
- Alcohol by Volume
- Authorized Brewery Vehicle
- Automated Brewing Vessel
Which style of beer traditionally has the highest number of IBUs?
- Double (Imperial) IPA
- American Brown Ale
During which phase of the brewing process does the beer mixture become alcoholic?
- The Boil
- The Mash
Who is the patron saint of brewers?
- Saint Amand
- Saint Arnold of Soissons
- Saint Augustine of Hippo
- Saint Sebastian
Which country is home to the largest number of individual beer brands?
- United States
- Czech Republic
What word is used to describe: "The sweet infusion of ground malt or other grain before fermentation, used to produce beer and distilled malt liquors."
- Spent grain
When was the first beer brewed, and by whom?
- The 1800s by Europeans
- The 1300s by monks in monestaries
- 3000 BC or so by Sumerians
- The 1500s by Germans