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Question 1: Cauim is a traditional alcoholic beverage of the Native American populations of ________ since pre-Columbian times.
MozambiqueEast TimorBrazilPortugal

Question 2: ________ is a Spanish word for any of variety of traditional fermented beverages from the Andes region of South America.
Alcoholic beverageBrewingBeerChicha

Question 3: Alcoholic beverages were widely used in all segments of ________, were used as a source of inspiration, were important for hospitality, were considered an antidote for fatigue, and were sometimes misused.
Culture of AsiaCulture of ChinaCulture of Hong KongCulture of the People's Republic of China

Question 4: In addition, the ________ fermented sap from the sugar maple tree to produce a mildly alcoholic beverage.
IroquoisFrench and Indian WarSeneca nationMohawk nation

Question 5: Colonists adhered to the traditional belief that ________ spirits were aqua vitae, or water of life.
AzeotropeDistillationLiquid-liquid extractionSpinning cone

Question 6: However, it was difficult to make the beer they were accustomed to because wild ________ caused problems in fermentation and resulted in a bitter, unappetizing brew.

Question 7: The drink shares its name with the balché tree (Lonchocarpus violaceus), the bark of which is fermented in water together with honey from the indigenous ________.
Africanized beeEuropean honey beeHoney beeStingless bee

Question 8: Around 1750 BC, the famous ________ devoted attention to alcohol.
ConstitutionBabyloniaCode of HammurabiCuneiform law

Question 9: The original ________ spirit, whisky and its specific origins are unknown but the distillation of whisky has been performed in Scotland and Ireland for centuries.

Question 10: And most was consumed by the small minority of the population then living in London and other cities; people in the countryside largely consumed beer, ale and ________.
Alcoholic beverageWineCiderAbsinthe

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