Do you need a drink Quiz?

Do you need a drink Quiz?

Jan 23, 2023

Would you Like a Drink Quiz
We are getting to the end of dry January and for many people thoughts are turning to certain beverages which reach the parts that others cannot reach. Far be it from me to tempt you, but here are some alcoholic drink questions to test your mettle in this last week of January.

QUESTIONS

1. The original amaretto liqueur, which is just like Disaronno, is flavoured with which substance?

2. Which brewery had an ad campaign in the late 1990’s which used the ‘Tick follows tock, follows tick, follows tock’ tagline?

3. Which Greek island produces Charma or Xarma beer? Which is fantastic by the way!

4. Green plums are used to make Umeshu, which is a potent alcoholic drink originally from which country?

5. Which country produces beers called, Karhu, Karjala, Olaf and the favourite sold beer, Sahti? HINT – It’s in Northern Europe

6. The oldest beer in Denmark is an Easter beer called, Påskeøl , but which company is the Danish national beer founded in 1847?

7. According to the Craft Beer Club of the World’s website, how many basic ingredients make up any production of beer?

8. Snake Wine comes from which country?   (They say it tastes ‘earthy with a protein finish similar to fish or chicken’)

9. Which bird was used in the early Guinness advertising campaigns as far back as 1935?

10. Which alcoholic tipple is missing from this list for a classic Negroni Cocktail?
Vermouth Rossi
Campari
Orange Peel

 

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ANSWERS

1. The original amaretto liqueur, which is just like Disaronno, is flavoured with which substance?
ALMONDS

2. Which brewery had an ad campaign in the late 1990’s which used the ‘Tick follows tock, follows tick, follows tock’ tagline?
GUINNESS

3. Which Greek island produces Charma or Xarma beer? Which is fantastic by the way!
CRETE

4. Green plums are used to make Umeshu, which is a potent alcoholic drink originally from which country?
JAPAN

5. Which country produces beers called, Karhu, Karjala, Olaf and the favourite sold beer, Sahti? HINT – It’s in Northern Europe
FINLAND

6. The oldest beer in Denmark is an Easter beer called, Påskeøl , but which company is the Danish national beer founded in 1847?
CARLSBERG

7. According to the Craft Beer Club of the World’s website, how many basic ingredients make up any production of beer?
FOUR – Water,Yeast, Hops, Malts

8. Snake Wine comes from which country?   (They say it tastes ‘earthy with a protein finish similar to fish or chicken’)
VIETNAM (Thank you Mick & Julie!)

9. Which bird was used in the early Guinness advertising campaigns as far back as 1935?
TOUCAN

10. Which alcoholic tipple is missing from this list for a classic Negroni Cocktail?
Vermouth Rossi
Campari
Orange Peel

GIN (A traditional negroni is stirred, not shaken, over ice in an old-fashioned or rocks glass)

 

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