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Question 1: The term and trend spread to the ________ in the 1980s where it eventually was used as a designation of breweries that produce fewer than 15,000 barrels of beer annually.
United StatesCanadaAlaskaPhilippines

Question 2: Britain also has a large number of small commercial breweries making ________, the smallest of which are known as microbreweries and can be found in spaces as restricted as a single domestic garage.
BeerDraught beerCask aleBarrel

Question 3: The term and trend originated in the ________ in the late 1970s to describe the new generation of small breweries which focused on producing traditional cask ale.
CanadaUnited KingdomEnglandWales

Question 4: Micro or craft breweries have adopted a different marketing strategy than large, mass-market breweries, offering products that compete on the basis of quality and diversity, instead of low price and ________.
AdvertisingProduct placementAdvertising researchBrand

Question 5: Consequently, some beer drinkers craving variety turned to ________ and eventually a few started doing so on a slightly larger scale.
HomebrewingAlcoholic beverageIndependent record labelIndependent music

Question 6: In ________ a chain of American style brewpubs operate under the name Les 3 Brasseurs.
CanadaItalyFranceUnited Kingdom

Question 7: The Association of Brewers reports that in 2007 there were 1,406 regional craft breweries, microbreweries and brewpubs in the ________.
PhilippinesUnited StatesAlaskaCanada

Question 8: For inspiration, they turned to Britain, Germany, and ________, where a centuries-old tradition of artisan beer and cask ale production had never died out.

Question 9: Many craft beers are unfiltered, bottle conditioned or ________.
MicrobreweryBarrelCask aleDraught beer

Question 10: In the ________, CAMRA uses the term "real ale" to refer to unfiltered and unpasteurised beers that are not force-carbonated, such as cask ale.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandCanada

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