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Question 1: The title of Brewmaster is given to a person after 2½ years of extra study in the art of ________ thus earning a degree equivalent to a Master's degree.
EthanolBrewingBeerAlcoholic beverage

Question 2: The biggest brewer in the world is the ________ company Anheuser-Busch InBev.
SpainUnited KingdomBelgiumDenmark

Question 3: In 1978, ________ signed into law a bill explicitly allowing people to brew beer for private consumption.
Lyndon B. JohnsonJohn F. KennedyJimmy CarterHarry S. Truman

Question 4: Fermentation tanks come in all sorts of forms, from enormous cylindroconical vessels which can look like storage silos, to five ________ glass carboys in a homebrewer's closet.
GuyanaGallonAntigua and BarbudaCanada

Question 5: Breweries, as production facilities reserved for making beer, did not emerge until monasteries and other ________ institutions started producing beer not only for their own consumption, but also to use as payment.
ChristianityBaptistEcumenismChristian denomination

Question 6: The major breweries employ engineers with a Chemistry/________ background.
ArchaeologyBioinformaticsBiotechnologyPharmacology

Question 7: The idea that yeast was a ________ that worked on wort to produce beer led to the isolation of a single yeast cell by Emil Christian Hansen.
BacteriaFungusMicroorganismBiology

Question 8: Some breweries in ________, however, still rely on "spontaneous" fermentation for their beers (see lambic).
BelgiumDenmarkSpainUnited Kingdom

Question 9: A craft brewery is a brewery which does not use adjuncts and/or is considered to make ________.
BrewingPublic houseMicrobreweryCask ale

Question 10: The containers are usually bottles, cans, or ________; sometimes bulk tanks are used for high-volume customers.
BeerBarrelKegCask ale







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