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Question 1: Another distinction is that real ale should be served without the aid of added ________, or "top pressure" as it is commonly known.
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Question 2: The Histories of Herodotus, written in 424 BC, refers to “casks of palm-wood filled with wine” being moved by boat to ________, though clay vessels would also have been used.
BabyloniaBabylonMesopotamiaAkkadian Empire

Question 3: Though rare examples of natural beers could still be found in the farmhouse beers of ________ and the maize beers of South America for example, in essence the last great stronghold of natural beer was about to be wiped out.
Eastern EuropeWestern EuropeCentral EuropeNorthern Europe

Question 4: If the beer is unfiltered, unpasteurised and still active on the ________, it is a real beer; it is irrelevant whether the container is a cask or a bottle.

Question 5: Stout wooden barrels held together with an iron hoop were developed by the north European ________ during the Iron Age for storing goods.
Celtic languagesGaulsGaulCelts

Question 6: Cask Marque is a cask ale certification organisation in the ________.
WalesUnited KingdomCanadaEngland

Question 7: The fundamental distinction between real and other ales is that the ________ is still present and living in the container from which the real ale is served, although it will have settled to the bottom and is usually not poured into the glass.

Question 8: Common dispensing methods are the handpump, or "by ________" direct from the cask.
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Question 9: Cask ale or cask-conditioned beer is the term for unfiltered and unpasteurised ________ which is conditioned (including secondary fermentation) and served from a cask without additional nitrogen or carbon dioxide pressure.
BrewingAlcoholic beverageBeerBock

Question 10: Electric pumps are occasionally seen, especially in the Midlands and ________.
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland

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