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Beer stein: Quiz

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Question 1: beer scale – a hard ________ of calcium oxalate, protein, and sugar formed when a brewing vessel is used repeatedly without exacting cleaning.
MicroorganismBacteriaFungusBiofilm

Question 2: Keferloher, the traditional (but non-embellished) stoneware beer mug, named after the village of Keferloh near ________ where they were originally produced
RegensburgNurembergIngolstadtMunich

Question 3: Steins usually come in sizes of a half ________ or a full liter (or comparable historic sizes).
Metric systemPintLitreUnited States customary units

Question 4: A popular folk (or false) ________ for stein is "Steinkrug," which is, at best, an obscure German contraction of Steinzeug-Krug ("stoneware-mug").
LinguisticsHistorical linguisticsMorphology (linguistics)Etymology

Question 5: Ordinary German beer mugs have been made out of glass for hygienic reasons since the introduction of glass mugs to the ________ Oktoberfest.
2004189219892007

Question 6: Beer stein or simply stein are English neologisms for either traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware, or specifically ornamental ________ mugs that are usually sold as souvenirs or collectibles.
BrewingBockAlcoholic beverageBeer

Question 7: Beer mugs (0.5 and 1 liter) are typical for beer gardens and especially the ________, where they are popular for their robustness.
MunichStuttgartBeer festivalOktoberfest

Question 8: Like decorative tankards, they are often decorated in a nostalgic manner, but with allusions to Germany or ________.
RegensburgMunichBavariaAugsburg







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