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in Sapporo Factory Japan, a building complex with a shopping mall, offices, a multiplex movie theatre and a Meissen porcelain museum, was originally constructed as a brewery?
, Storz , Krug and Willow Springs Metz breweries were regarded as Omaha, Nebraska's "Big 4" breweries?
in Vassar Institute Poughkeepsie, New York, now used for a local arts center, is on the former site of a brewery?
the Lhasa Brewery Company, which produces
is the highest commercial Tibetan beer brewery in the world?
in Emu Brewery Perth, Western Australia, traced its history to the town's first standalone brewery, which was founded less than a decade after settlement?
, constructed in Anglo-Bavarian Brewery Somerset in 1864 and now designated as an historic site, was the first brewery in Britain to produce lager?
is the first Barley Yards Brewing Company brewery in the United States to brew a Riesling ale?
, introduced in 1802, is offered by the Budweiser Bier Bürgerbräu Czech brewery in Europe as "Budweiser Bier", while in North America, is called "B. B. Bürgerbräu"?
on the HM V-type tram Helsinki tram network was converted into a pub, renumbered to 175 and renamed in honour of the 175th anniversary of the Spårakoff (pictured) Finnish brewery Sinebrychoff?
during a period of widespread family ownership in the industry, the
was one of the few publicly-traded Falstaff Brewing Corporation breweries in the United States?
is Augustiner Bräu Munich's only German-owned brewery?
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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.
Question 3: In 1978, ________ signed into law a bill explicitly allowing people to brew beer for private consumption.
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.
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.
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.
Question 8: Some breweries in ________, however, still rely on "spontaneous" fermentation for their beers (see lambic).
Question 9: A craft brewery is a brewery which does not use adjuncts and/or is considered to make ________.
Question 10: The containers are usually bottles, cans, or ________; sometimes bulk tanks are used for high-volume customers.