The Homebrew Quiz (Challenging)
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The Homebrew Quiz has been designed to assess your homebrewing knowledge.
Once you click the “START QUIZ” button below, you will have 5 minutes to answer a set of 10 questions (multiple choice, true or false, and matching). All questions are of normal difficulty.
After you’re finished, you’ll be given your time, score, and respective Homebrew IQ.
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Match your score (Beer IQ) to your rank below:
100% = Brew god
90-99% = Master Brewer
80-89% = Head Brewer
70-79% = Assistant Brewer
60-69% = Brewing Apprentice
50-59% = Brewer-In-Training
49% or less = Little Green Scrubbie
Question 1 of 10
Acetaldehyde is a chemical produced during fermentation and can generate an aroma that is often described as:Correct
Question 2 of 10
True or False:
By definition, the lowest final gravity a beer can have is 1.000.Correct
Question 3 of 10
All of the following are considered adjuncts EXCEPT:Correct
Question 4 of 10
Autolysis refers to:Correct
Question 5 of 10
Which of the following beer styles is traditionally fermented above 90°F?Correct
Question 6 of 10
Match the beer defect with the likely cause: (5 points)
[Click or tap on the causes below, and then drag them into the correct order.]
2. Cooked Corn (DMS)
3. Plastic (Band-aid)
Grain has been sparged or steeped in water above 170°F or water with a high pH.
Wort not boiled long enough and/or brewpot covered during the boil.
Brewed with chlorinated water, possible infection, or equipment cleaned with bleach.
Beer has a possible bacterial infection.
Beer fermented at too high a temperature.
Question 7 of 10
The act of adding young beer to mature beer to carbonate the final product is referred to as:Correct
Question 8 of 10
All of the following are types of yeast used to ferment beer except:Correct
Question 9 of 10
All of the following are types of homebrewing equipment except:Correct
Question 10 of 10
All of the following are terms used to describe the phases of fermentation except:Correct