You might love beer, but how much do you really know about the world’s favorite alcoholic beverage? 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. Saison. Barleywine. Cider. Which of the following beer styles is traditionally the darkest? India Pale Ale. Hefeweizen. Stout. 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. Roggenbier. American Brown Ale. Tripel. During which phase of the brewing process does the beer mixture become alcoholic? The Boil. The Mash. Fermentation. Bottling. 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? Germany. United States. Belgium. 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." Wort. Spent grain. Trub. Barleywine. 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.