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Question 1: As part of the metrication process, the pint in the UK and Ireland is now required to be used only as a measure for ________ and cider when sold by the glass (see pint glass) – in public houses for instance.
BeerBrewingAlcoholic beverageBock

Question 2: In ________, there is no longer any legal requirement for beer to be served in standard measures; in pubs, the largest size of glass, which is referred to as a pint, usually contains 450ml.
New ZealandNauruUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 3: A pint of beer in ________ is served in a 570 ml glass with about 500 mL of beer and about 70 mL of froth, except in South Australia where a pint is served in a 425 ml glass and a 570 ml glass is called an imperial pint.
CanadaAustraliaBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 4: In ________, the word pint, pintje, only refers to a 250 ml glass of lager.
LilleSouthern NetherlandsFlandersBelgium

Question 5: Pint comes from the Old French word pinte and perhaps ultimately from ________ picta meaning "painted", for a line painted on the side of a glass marking a one-pint volume of ale.
LatinOld LatinVulgar LatinRoman Empire

Question 6: The pint is an ________ of volume or capacity in the imperial system and United States customary units.
English unitsCanadian unitsImperial unitsMetric system


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