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Bock: Quiz


Question 1: High-gravity Bock beers are higher in ________ and nutrients than lighter lagers, thus providing sustenance during this period.
NutritionFood energyFood chemistryFood microbiology

Question 2: ________ is the only Bulgarian Bock Beer, made by the original recipe of Zagorka SA with 6.5% abv.
Czech RepublicHeineken brandsSpainHeineken International

Question 3: In 1997 ________, a brand of beers produced by the Anheuser-Busch brewery, introduced Amber Bock.
Anheuser–Busch InBevAnheuser-Busch brandsRolling RockBudweiser (Anheuser-Busch)

Question 4: The city of ________ also hosts a well known festival in honour of bokbier in its former stock exchange organised by P.I.N.T [1].

Question 5: Most larger Dutch breweries, such as Heineken International, Grolsch, Amstel, ________ and Dommelsch, market at least one variety.
Product placementBrandBrand managementAdvertising

Question 6: It has a low ________ bitterness, usually enough to not overwhelm the malt flavors, allowing a slight sweetness to linger into the finish.
United StatesBeerGermanyHops

Question 7: A variation of bock called 'bokbier' is also brewed extensively in the Netherlands and occasionally in ________.
DenmarkBelgiumSpainUnited Kingdom

Question 8: Bock is a type of strong lager beer, first brewed in the 14th century in the Hanseatic town of Einbeck, ________, from which it gets its name (originally "Einbeck" / "Einbock").

Question 9: Similar high-gravity Lenten beers of various styles were brewed by Monks in other lands as well (see ________).
CisterciansWestmalle BreweryDe Koningshoeven BreweryTrappist beer

Question 10: Bock was traditionally brewed for special occasions, often religious festivals such as ________, Easter or Lent.
WassailingYuleYule logChristmas

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