Beer 101: How Well Do You Know Your Craft?
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Beer is an ancient tradition with a long history - and we're grateful its made it this far! If you think you know your craft, try this quiz on brewing, beer styles, history, and more! Read more
Which style of beer is known as being a sort of "ale-lager hybrid"?
What is the name of the not-yet-fermented liquid produced by steeping malted barley before it becomes beer?
Which of the four main ingredients in beer is responsible for fermentation?
Which of these is NOT a hop varietal?
This type of beer is called a "wit" in Belgium, and a "weizen" in Germany.
This "off-flavour" is produced by yeast in fermentation, and if not handled correctly, results in a buttery, caramel flavour in the final product.
Which is the unit of measurement that refers to the amount of sugar in the beer during fermentation?
This style of beer is made from heavily roasted grains, is dark, and often has tasting notes of coffee and sometimes chocolate.
One of the great European beer destinations, this country is known for their extra strong ales, often brewed by monks.
Traditionally used in Norwegian brewing, this "yeast" has recently been becoming trendy to use in North American craft brewing.
Originating in Belgium, this historical style of beer is spontaneously fermented - "geuze" and "kriek" are two versions of it.
This style of beer is known for being bitter, hoppy, and often on the stronger side.
Which piece of brewing equipment is used to mix water and grain?
This method uses whole cone hops fresh off the bine.
Which European country is known for it's strict brewing laws, which are based on what ingredients are allowed to be used and codified in the "Reinheitsgebot"?
Traditionally grown in Europe, which classification of hops are known for their distinct flavours and stabilizing qualities?
The most popular style of beer in the world, which of the following is known to be clean, crisp, and easy drinking
What is the name of the massive oversized wooden barrel that is sometimes used instead of steel tanks for fermenting?
Which style of beer originated in the Czech Republic?
In which English town was the IPA first brewed?
This process turns raw grain into something which is more readily used for brewing.
Originating in Belgium, this style is known for being yeast-forward,expressive, and tremendously refreshing.
Which of the four main ingredients in beer is responsible for adding bitterness to the final product?
Which bacteria is most commonly used as a souring agent in kettle sour beers?
This wild strain of yeast must be used with caution: while it produces very flavourful and interesting beers, it is highly infectious in a brewery setting.
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