The Drinking Game: An Alcohol History Quiz

When you pour yourself a drink this St. Patrick's Day, how much do you know about what’s in your glass? We're about to find out.
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Captain Morgan: Actual buccaneer or marketing invention?
Actual buccaneer
Marketing invention
2 of 12
Which large brewer started an offshoot company that became one of the world’s largest industrial ceramic makers?
Molson
Coors
Anheuser-Busch
3 of 12
True or false: Bourbon can only be made in Kentucky.
True
False
4 of 12
What malt liquor once ran a series of ads in which Ice Cube rapped about how it was “better than the rest”?
Olde English
Hurricane
St. Ide's
5 of 12
What brewer has a 9,000-year lease on its brewing facilities?
Guinness
Bass
Newcastle
6 of 12
What business was Johnnie Walker originally in before he started marketing whiskey?
Farming
Blacksmithing
Groceries
7 of 12
What country set the historical precedent for making 21 the legal drinking age?
United States
England
Belgium
8 of 12
What beer was invented to get around a Major League Baseball rule?
Busch
Miller High Life
Red Dog
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What slogan did the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms force Coors Light to drop because it was misleading?
“Tap the Rockies.”
“The coldest-tasting beer in the world.”
“It won’t slow you down.”
10 of 12
Which whiskey pioneer died after kicking his safe in the midst of a temper tantrum?
Jim Beam
Jack Daniel
George Dickel
11 of 12
Which drink was named after a popular 19th-century hoax?
The martini
The daiquiri
The Tom Collins
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According to legend, the Manhattan was invented for a party thrown by what future world leader’s mother?
John F. Kennedy
Franklin Roosevelt
Winston Churchill