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Question 1: Hops are dried in an ________ before they are used in the brewing process.
Paddock WoodOast houseKentRoyal Tunbridge Wells

Question 2: In 1471, Norwich, ________ banned the plant from the use in the brewing of beer, and it wasn't until 1524 that hops were first grown in southeast England.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 3: Alpha acids have a mild ________/bacteriostatic effect against Gram-positive bacteria, and favor the exclusive activity of brewing yeast in the fermentation of beer.
Antibiotic misuseATC code J01AntibioticNucleic acid inhibitor

Question 4: Hops are the female ________ clusters, commonly called cones or strobiles, of the humulus plant (Humulus lupulus).
FlowerSeedFlowering plantFruit

Question 5: The region produces significant quantities of hops, and ships them to ________ throughout the world.
BreweryBeerBrewingHomebrewing

Question 6: Sonoma County in ________ was, pre-mechanization, a major US producer of hops.
San Jose, CaliforniaCaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos Angeles

Question 7: Tettnang – Comes from Tettnang, a small town in southern Baden-Württemberg in ________.
GermanyGreeceNetherlandsPoland

Question 8: The term noble hops traditionally refers to four varieties of hop which are low in bitterness and high in ________.
PerfumeChemical bondOlfactionOdor

Question 9: [24] Tom's of Maine ________ uses hops for its antibacterial activity.
AluminiumBody odorAluminium chlorohydrateDeodorant

Question 10: Much as Dortmunder beer may only within the EU be labelled "Dortmunder" if it has been brewed in ________, Noble hops may only officially be considered "Noble" if they were grown in the areas for which the hops varieties were named.
BremenHamburgCologneDortmund
















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