Alcoholic drinks have become such an important part of many civilizations, cultures, and communities. So it makes sense to have an alcohol trivia questions and answers compilation at some point.
Check pit these alcohol quiz questions and interesting facts and trivia on alcohol production, famous alcoholic drinks, and other themes and topics around alcohol.
Looking for an interesting fact or two to throw around when talking to your friends about alcoholic drinks? Here’s a collection of alcholo trivia and facts.
- The world’s oldest alcoholic beverage is Mead.
- Mead’s main ingredient is honey.
- Vodka is made from grain, rye being the most common.
- In Greek Mythology, there is a god of wine— Dionysus.
- An Irish coffee is a popular drink that features coffee with Irish whiskey.
- National White Wine Day happens every August 4.
- The national drink of Nicaragua is Macuá, which is made of white rum and fruit juices.
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Alcohol Trivia Questions and Answers
If you’re looking for a set of questions for your next trivia night or pub quiz, try out this collection of alcohol trivia questions and answers. Have fun and learn a thing or two about distilled spirits, alcohol, and so much more.
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|What are the four main ingredients in beer?||▶ Grain, hops, yeast, and water|
|What popular cocktail takes its inspiration from Ernest Hemingway?||▶ Hemingway Daiquiri|
|What drink has vodka, coffee liqueur, espresso, or freshly brewed coffee?||▶ Espresso Martini|
|What drink uses Orange juice, Pineapple juice, Lime juice, Rum, and Grenadine?||▶ Caribbean Rum|
|In most countries it is illegal to call sparkling wine by what name unless it was produced in certain region of France?||▶ Champagne|
|Guinness beer was first brewed in which country?||▶ Ireland|
|What popular soda beverage was originally developed as a mixer for whiskey?||▶ Mountain Dew|
|To be legally sold as bourbon, a whiskey’s mash must contain at least 51% of what grain?||▶ Corn|
|Champagne is a sparkling wine made from grapes grown in the Champagne region of which country?||▶ France|
|Malbec, Sangiovese, and Syrah are all a type of what?||▶ Wine|
|A Moscow Mule is a type of cocktail popularly served in what?||▶ Copper Mug|
|What notable brand of alcohol takes its name from the romanticized, storied life of a Welsh buccaneer who routed the Spanish in an attack on Panama City in 1671?||▶ Captain Morgan|
|If a liquor is 100 proof how much alcohol does it contain by percentage?||▶ 50 Percent|
|When a drink is served “on the rocks”, it is served with what?||▶ Ice cubes|
|When referring to an establishment that sells alcoholic drinks, what is the word “pub” short for?||▶ Public house|
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Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.
Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.
His friends call him the Question Master.