100 Alcohol Quiz Questions and Answers 🍻 - Trivia Quiz Night (2023)

From slurping alcopops to sniffing expensive cognac, there’s no doubt that alcoholic drinks feature in many people’s lives. After all, is it really a pub quiz without a rousing round of beers?! With that in mind, we’ve gone ahead and put two of our favourite things together – alcohol and trivia – in this, our ultimate list of 100 alcohol quiz questions and answers!

Just gather round your friends, family and colleagues for either a real-life pub quiz or a virtual one held on Zoom, Skype or House Party, and see how much they know about the world’s most famous alcohol beverages!

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Quiz Rounds

General Knowledge Alcohol Quiz Questions and Answers

The best way to kick off a quiz? With a relatively easy general knowledge round. Here are ten easy quiz questions about alcohol to get your contestants thinking.

1. Which country is home to the Pisco Sour cocktail?

2. Which spirit is added to Irish coffee?

3. If Budweiser is a lager, what term describes Guinness?

4. In which country would you find the Hawke’s Bay wine region?

5. From which drink did rapper Cardi B take her stage name?

6. France has champagne and Italy has prosecco but what is the traditional Spanish sparkling wine called?

7. What name could refer to a type of sherry glass in the UK, a 425ml beer glass in most Australian states or a 285ml beer glass in South Australia?

8. Which popular spirit is distilled from the Agave cactus?

9. And which berry is used to make gin?

10. What name is given to rough, dry and often strong cider brewed particular in the West Country of England?

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General Knowledge Alcohol Quiz Questions and Answers

  1. Peru
  2. Whisky
  3. A stout (accept “a porter” as definitions vary)
  4. New Zealand
  5. Bacardi
  6. Cava
  7. A schooner
  8. Tequila (or Mezcal though this is probably stretching the definition of “popular” unless you are in Mexico)
  9. Juniper
  10. Scrumpy

Easy Alcohol Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

First round went well? Let’s keep it simple in this, another ten easy pub trivia questions about alcohol.

1. Scotch and Irish are most famously variants of which spirit?

2. Which rum-based Caribbean spirit shares its name with a Californian beach?

3. Which fortified wine is the town of Jerez in Spain famous for?

4. What are the two main ingredients of a Snakebite?

5. Which toolbox item gives its name to a cocktail of vodka and orange juice?

6. What makes a White Russian white?

7. Which grape is the most produced wine in Argentina?

8. In which country would you find the wine regions of Stellenbosch and Swartland?

9. Which country is home to the rice wine, sake?

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10. What flavour are the liqueurs Cointreau and Grand Marnier?

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Easy Alcohol Trivia Quiz Answers

  1. Whisky / Whiskey
  2. Malibu
  3. Sherry
  4. Cider and Lager
  5. Screwdriver
  6. Milk
  7. Malbec
  8. South Africa
  9. Japan
  10. Orange

Did you know? Long considered an unsophisticated drink, the White Russian surged in popularity after the release of the 1998 movie The Big Lebowski, in which it is the favoured tipple of ‘The Dude’ (Jeffrey Lebowski), played by Jeff Bridges!

Funny Alcohol Quiz Questions and Answers

Most nights out drinking deliver a humorous tale; one you tell your kids about (when they’re old enough of course). Whether it’s Peroni-induced puns or just interesting facts, let’s see how your quizzers fare with these funny pub quiz questions:

1. Which drink is often described as having body, legs and nose and could also be flabby or fleshy?

2. Complete this quote attributed to Winston Churchill when Lady Astor chided him for being drunk: “Well you, Madam, are ugly. In the morning…

3. What sort of vessel did England cricketer Andrew Flintoff infamously fall off after a drinking spree in the Caribbean in 2007?

4. Typically involving tasks such as balancing on one leg and walking nine steps heel to toe in a straight line, FST stands for Field… what?

5. Which communal living animals often get so drunk from fermented nectar that they have mid-air collisions or cannot find their way home?

6. Complete this quotation attributed to W.C. Fields: “I cook with wine. Sometimes I even…

7. Which British football club director and celebrity cook may have had a few sharpeners when she came out at half time during her side’s defeat to Manchester City and implored the crowd “Where are you? Let’s be having you? We need a twelfth man out here”?

8. Which American author and drinker said “Always do sober what you said you would do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.

9. Which major winning golfer, once arrested outside Hooters, has a cocktail of iced tea, vodka and lemonade named after him?

10. How does this Frank Sinatra quotation end: “I feel bad for people who don’t drink. When they wake up in the morning…“?

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Funny Alcohol Quiz Answers

  1. Wine
  2. …I shall be sober
  3. A pedalo
  4. Sobriety Test
  5. Bees
  6. …put it in the food
  7. Delia Smith
  8. Ernest Hemingway
  9. John Daly
  10. …that’s the best they’re going to feel all day.

No way! The bees that do make it back to the hive are often refused entry by the other bees until they sober up… amazing that there are beer ‘doormen’.

Name that Cocktail Quiz Questions and Answers

Know your Shirley Temple from your Screwdriver? Let’s test their knowledge with a whole glut of cocktail questions! All they need to do? Identify the name of the cocktail, by giving them the core ingredients:

1. Tequila, Lime Juice, Salt

2. Rum, Lemon Juice, Sugar

3. Vodka, Tomato Juice, Celery Salt, Pepper, Worcestershire Sauce, Lemon Juice

4. Tequila, Orange Juice, Grenadine Syrup

5. Vodka, Tequila, Light Rum, Triple Sec, Cola

6. Gin, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Fizzy Water

7. Vodka, Espresso, Coffee Liqueur, Sugar Syrup

8. Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Orange Juice, Cranberry Juice

9. Gin, Red Vermouth, Campari, Orange Peel

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10. Rum, Coconut Cream, Pineapple Juice

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Name that Cocktail Quiz Answers

  1. Margarita
  2. Daiquiri
  3. Bloody Mary
  4. Tequila Sunrise
  5. Long Island Iced Tea
  6. Tom Collins
  7. Espresso Martini
  8. Sex on the Beach
  9. Negroni
  10. Piña Colada

Beers of the World Quiz Questions and Answers

From Austria’s Stiegl to Australia’s Castlemaine, many countries like to vie for the crown of the world’s best beer producer. Can your participants name the country that is home to each of these beers?

1. Quilmes

2. Jupiler

3. Mythos

4. Viking

5. Sagres

6. Chang

7. Bintang

8. Tsingtao

9. Victoria Bitter

10. Tyskie

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Beers of the World Quiz Answers

  1. Argentina
  2. Belgium
  3. Greece
  4. Iceland
  5. Portugal
  6. Thailand
  7. Indonesia
  8. China
  9. Australia
  10. Poland

Beer Trivia Questions and Answers

Let’s stay on the ale trail, shall we? Now that we’ve travelled the world through it’s most renowned tipples, we can explore some more general trivia on the golden nectar itself. Here’s our round of ten cracking quiz questions about beer:

1. Which city suffered The Great Beer Flood of 1814?

2. Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in the world. Water and which other non-alcoholic drink are the only more widely-consumed beverages?

3. Cascade, Amarillo, Fuggle and Goldings are varieties of what?

4. In which month does most of Oktoberfest typically take place?

5. Which country consumes the most beer in the world?

6. And which central European country consumes the most beer per capita?

7. What does IPA stand for?

8. What name is given to the game where competitors attempt to bounce a table tennis ball into their opponents’ cups?

9. To the nearest thousand, how many years B.C. was beer first brewed in China?

10. In addition to being brewers, what is the occupation of the producers of Trappist beers such as Chimay?

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Beer Trivia Answers

  1. London
  2. Tea
  3. Hops
  4. September
  5. China
  6. Czech Republic
  7. India Pale Ale
  8. Beer Pong
  9. 7000 BC
  10. Monks

Interesting Fact: Brewing has been practised by monks in Western Europe since the Middle Ages (think about Robin Hood, Friar Tuck and his mead). Trappist monks originally brewed beer to feed the community and later used the proceeds of wider sales to become self-sufficient.

True or False Alcoholic Quiz Questions

Two rounds of beer questions on the trot? Your contestants are definitely due a break. So, with that in mind, let’s throw out some easy alcohol quiz questions. Yup, it’s our epic round of True or False, centred on all things alcohol.

1. True or False? The National Anthem of the USA was written to the tune of a drinking song.

2. True or False? Kim Jong-un employs hundreds of people to crush grapes with their feet for his personal wine.

3. True or False? It is illegal to give alcohol to moose in Alaska.

4. True or False? If you leave milk out of the fridge too long, it turns to alcohol.

5. True or False? In Ancient Babylon, watering down beer was punishable by death.

6. True or False? Sea Turtles often get drunk by eating fermented coral.

7. True or False? Until 2011, alcoholic drinks that were less than 10% ABV were not counted as alcohol in Russia.

8. True or False? In 1964, Yuri Gagarin became the first person in history to drink a beer in space.

9. True or False? It takes an average of 60 grapes to produce a bottle of wine.

10. True or False? The freezing point of vodka is -27C.

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True or False Alcoholic Quiz Answers

  1. True
  2. False
  3. True
  4. False
  5. True
  6. False
  7. True
  8. False
  9. False
  10. True

No where near… In fact, it takes around 600 to 800 grapes to produce a standard 750ml bottle of wine. That’s a lot of grapes.

Grape or Jape Alcohol Trivia Questions

Able to tell your red wine from your rosé? What about the specific varietals that make up the globe’s leading vinos? We love this fun selection of ‘is it used to make wine’ quiz questions aka the grape or jape round!

1. Is “garnacha” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

2. Is “poitrine” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

3. Is “zinfandel” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

4. Is “pinot nero” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

5. Is “merlin” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

6. Is “chardonage” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

7. Is “cabernet sauvignon” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

8. Is “syrah” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

9. Is “rabadilla” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

10. Is “champagne” a real grape varietal used to make wine?

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Grape or Jape Alcohol Trivia Answers

  1. Grape (also known as grenache)
  2. Jape (french word for bosom)
  3. Grape (extensively grown in California, same as Primitivo)
  4. Grape (also known as pinot noir)
  5. Jape (it’s a wizard)
  6. Jape (it’s not quite chardonnay or pinotage)
  7. Grape (grown extensively in Chile)
  8. Grape (also known as shiraz)
  9. Jape (it’s the Spanish word for your coccyx or bottom)
  10. Jape (it is a region where they make wine)

Ales of the United Kingdom Quiz Questions and Answers

We spoke too soon. Yes, we’re back on the beer questions! Do forgive us – as the purveyors of this fine quiz, we do have a penchant for brew, particularly those of our home country, the United Kingdom.

Regardless of where you call home though, anyone can play this game where you need to solve the clues to find the names of the best-selling British ale!

1. Thoroughbred

2. Capital Ego

3. High priest’s appendage

4. Pub of downfall and disaster

5. Tommy Brock for example

6. Honey bee performance

7. Publican

8. Homage or Eulogy

9. Beer for the head of a monastery

10. Spotty chicken, getting on a bit

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Ales of the United Kingdom Quiz Answers

  1. Pedigree
  2. London Pride
  3. Bishop’s Finger
  4. Doombar
  5. Badger
  6. Waggle Dance
  7. Landlord
  8. Tribute
  9. Abbot Ale
  10. Old Speckled Hen

British Pub Names Quiz Questions and Answers

Still not tired of alcohol-fuelled fun? Unfortunately you’ve reached out tenth and final round. Another one for the Brits, we’ve put together these ten questions all about the weird and wonderful names emblazoned on the front of Britain’s most brilliant pubs:

1. In 1651, Prince Charles fled the Battle of Worcester. He got as far as Bishops Wood in Staffordshire, where he climbed a tree and hid in it for a day before escaping to France. Which common pub name recalls this event?

2. Whose ‘Head’ plays on the meaning of both a horse and a person who keeps badgering or harrying another.

3. Which pub name recalls Matthew’s Magi?

4. In 2020, the pub with the longest name and the pub with the shortest in Britain were both found in Staybridge, Greater Manchester. The former is “The Old Thirteenth Cheshire Astley Volunteer Rifleman Corps Inn”. The latter is a single letter, worth ten points in Scrabble and shared with recurring Star Trek character.

5. There is a pub called ‘The Office,’ allowing drinker to truthfully tell their partners they are ‘still in the office’. What pub name has sprung up near universities to allow students a similar excuse?

6. When the steam locomotive was invented, which two pub names sprung up and became some of the fastest growing in Britain? (Either one of two options is allowed.)

7. True or false? There is a Devonshire Arms in Devon.

8. True or False? The Drunken Duck in Ambleside is so-called because once some ducks in the yard overindulged on a leaking beer barrel.

9. True or False? The Queen’s Head pubs recall the beheadings of Henry VIII’s wives Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.

10. True or False? The Nobody’s Inn, near Exeter, is so named because its owner believed drunkenness was a sin and refused all customers.

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British Pub Names Quiz Answers

  1. The Royal Oak. May 29th is Charles birthday and was declared Royal Oak day.
  2. The Nag’s Head
  3. The Three Kings
  4. Q
  5. The Library
  6. The Railway / The Station
  7. False. There are many, but (as of 2020), none in Devon – in such cases, it is worth looking up the birthplace of the person who set up the pub.
  8. True. The landlady woke up to find them seemingly dead, so plucked them, ready to cook. The ducks woke up just in time to avoid the pot.
  9. False. The name probably comes from their signs picturing the head of Elizabeth I or Queen Victoria. Etiquette decrees that reigning monarchs should not be portrayed on pub signs.
  10. False. Rather, with the establishment being used for a former landlord’s wake, when the coffin was brought it, the pub was entirely empty.

Shall we toast to your quizzer’s scores? Or just to health, as they’ve failed dismally? Regardless of the results, we hope everyone has enjoyed our fun alcohol quiz or, at least, had a blast competing.

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FAQs

What is the most drunk alcohol in the world? ›

Beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage worldwide. In fact, after water and tea, beer is the most commonly-consumed drink in the world. Beer is also most likely the oldest alcoholic drink in history.

What are good food and drink quiz questions? ›

The best food quiz questions
  • Which fast food restaurant's logo features four yellow squares on a blue background?
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What's another word for alcohol? ›

synonyms for alcohol
  • booze.
  • drink.
  • ethanol.
  • liquor.
  • methanol.
  • smoke.
  • alky.
  • cocktail.

Who invented alcohol? ›

Nobody knows exactly when humans began to create fermented beverages. The earliest known evidence comes from 7,000 BCE in China, where residue in clay pots has revealed that people were making an alcoholic beverage from fermented rice, millet, grapes, and honey.

What is the healthiest alcohol? ›

Red Wine. Red wine is widely recognized as one of the healthiest alcoholic drinks out there. Poon notes that it's "relatively low in calories and also offers some health benefits."9 She adds that red wine is rich in antioxidants such as resveratrol and proanthocyanidins and can promote cardiovascular health.

What is the number 1 alcohol in the IS? ›

Well, the most popular type of liquor in most U.S. states is whiskey, but vodka is a close second.

What is the hardest alcohol? ›

Here are 12 of the strongest liquors in the world.
  1. Polmos Spirytus Rektyfikowany Vodka. Proof: 192 (96% alcohol by volume) ...
  2. Everclear 190. Proof: 190 (95% alcohol by volume) ...
  3. Golden Grain 190. ...
  4. Hapsburg Absinthe XC. ...
  5. Balkan 176 Vodka. ...
  6. Sunset Very Strong Rum. ...
  7. Stroh 160 Rum. ...
  8. Devil's Springs Vodka 160.
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What are the best quiz topics? ›

50 Creative Questions for your Quiz
  • Arts and Culture.
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  • History.
  • Modern Technology.
  • Movies, Books & TV-Shows.
  • Music.
  • Random.

What is the most eaten food in the world? ›

Rice is a food staple for more than 3.5 billion people around the world, particularly in Asia, Latin America, and parts of Africa.

What is in the food? ›

Food is mainly composed of water, lipids, proteins and carbohydrates. Minerals (e.g. salts) and organic substances (e.g. vitamins) can also be found in food. Plants, algae and some microorganisms use photosynthesis to make their own food molecules.

Would you rather quiz questions? ›

Would you rather read an awesome book or watch a good movie? Would you rather be the most popular person at work or school or the smartest? Would you rather put a stop to war or end world hunger? Would you rather spend the night in a luxury hotel room or camping surrounded by beautiful scenery?

What is the common name of alcohol? ›

Physical properties of alcohols
IUPAC namecommon nameformula
methanolmethyl alcoholCH3OH
ethanolethyl alcoholCH3CH2OH
1-propanoln-propyl alcoholCH3CH2CH2OH
2-propanolisopropyl alcohol(CH3)2CHOH
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What alcohol does to the brain? ›

Alcohol interferes with the brain's communication pathways and can affect the way the brain looks and works. Alcohol makes it harder for the brain areas controlling balance, memory, speech, and judgment to do their jobs, resulting in a higher likelihood of injuries and other negative outcomes.

What is alcohol made of? ›

The alcohol in drinks is called ethanol (ethyl alcohol). It is made when yeast ferments the sugars in grains, fruits and vegetables. For example, wine is made from the sugar in grapes and vodka is made from the sugar in potatoes.

What is the oldest alcohol? ›

Mead — the world's oldest alcoholic drink — is fast becoming the new drink of choice for experimental cocktail lovers.

What was the first alcohol? ›

Chemical analyses recently confirmed that the earliest alcoholic beverage in the world was a mixed fermented drink of rice, honey, and hawthorn fruit and/or grape. The residues of the beverage, dated ca. 7000–6600 BCE, were recovered from early pottery from Jiahu, a Neolithic village in the Yellow River Valley.

Who named alcohol? ›

Renown 14th century alchemist, theologian and member of the Franciscan order – Ramon Llull (aka “Doctor Illuminatus”) is the first credited with creating the word – alcohol.

What is the unhealthiest alcohol? ›

3 Worst Types of Alcohol for Weight Loss
  • Sugary Cocktails (500 Calories per 8 oz Serving) Fancy mixed drinks might sound good, but they're often loaded with calories. ...
  • Frozen Beach Drinks (280 Calories per 5 oz Serving) ...
  • Craft Beer (170 Calories per 12 oz Serving)
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Which alcohol is easiest on the liver? ›

Unfortunately, there is no type of alcohol that is easier on your liver. Overall, the amount you drink is what matters. At the end of the day, the damaging ingredient in alcohol is "ethanol" and all alcoholic drinks contain it.

Which alcohol is best for heart? ›

Red wine, in moderation, has long been thought of as heart healthy. The alcohol and certain substances in red wine called antioxidants may help prevent coronary artery disease, the condition that leads to heart attacks.

What is the most sold alcohol? ›

The 20 Most Popular Liquor Brands in the U.S. in 2020
#BrandSales in 2020 (in '000 9-liter cases)
1Tito's Handmade Vodka10,353
2Smirnoff9,030
3Crown Royal7,233
4Bacardi6,442
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What are the 4 types of alcohol? ›

The four types of alcohol are ethyl, denatured, isopropyl and rubbing. The one that we know and love the best is ethyl alcohol, also called ethanol or grain alcohol. It's made by fermenting sugar and yeast, and is used in beer, wine, and liquor.

What is the weakest type of alcohol? ›

In this list you will find the most common drinks and their alcoholic degrees.
  • Low-alcohol beer: 0.05 – 1.2%
  • Kefir: 0.2 – 2.0%
  • Kombucha: 0.5 – 1.5%
  • Chicha: 1.0 – 11% (generally varies from 1 to 6%)
  • Beer: 2.0 – 12%
  • Cider: 2.0 – 12%
  • Mead: 8 – 16%.
  • Wine: 5.5 – 16% (generally 12.5 – 14.5%)
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What drink has least alcohol? ›

5% alcohol by volume and are considered non-alcoholic by the Food and Drug Administration.
  • Seedlip Garden 108 Non-Alcoholic Spirit. ...
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  • Curious Elixir No. ...
  • TÖST Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Beverage. ...
  • Ghia.
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Why was Bacardi 151 discontinued? ›

Safety and lawsuits

Because of its high alcohol content, Bacardi 151 was particularly flammable among liquors. For this reason it was often used as the ignition source for "flaming shots" and even for at-home pyrotechnic stunts.

What are good trivia questions for adults? ›

Trivia Question: What is the name of the Earth's largest ocean? Trivia Question: When Michael Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, how many NBA Championships did he win? Trivia Question: What country won the very first FIFA World Cup in 1930? Trivia Question: In what year was the first-ever Wimbledon Championship held?

What are the 10 hardest questions in the world? ›

Here are the hardest questions in the world:
  • Does true love exist? This is one of the most controversial and frequently asked life questions. ...
  • Is there life after death? ...
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  • Does he or she love me?
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What are some good easy trivia questions? ›

Trivia Question: How many legs does a spider have? Trivia Question: What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story? Trivia Question: What is the color of an emerald? Trivia Question: What is something you hit with a hammer?

What are some fun quiz ideas? ›

41 of the best alternative quiz round ideas
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What makes a good trivia night? ›

If you want to create the best trivia night for your patrons, you want to make sure to practice so that everything will run smoothly. The more you practice handing out materials, reading through questions, knowing the answers, and closing out rounds and the game, the better it will be for all involved.

What makes a great quiz night? ›

The best trivia nights have a good mix of simple and obscure questions, in a variety of categories that include something for everybody. Some people know reality TV inside and out, others are history buffs, some are comedy nerds, and some political junkies.

How can I be good at quizzes? ›

10 ways to improve your quizzing skills
  1. “Practice makes a man perfect.” : This is the very dharma, the daily ritual of a quizzer. ...
  2. Listen to music and don't just form a favourite and keep that in loop. ...
  3. Watch television series. ...
  4. Play and follow games religiously. ...
  5. Now comes the biggest one: Read!
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What is the most stolen food in the world? ›

A report by the UK's Center for Retail Research found that cheese is the most stolen food in the world. It turns out that about 4 percent of cheese goes missing from stores. The researchers say the cheese disappears most …

What is the tastiest dish in the world? ›

Rendang, Indonesia. Source Often called "the world's most delicious dish," Rendang is prepared by simmering beef with coconut milk with a mixture of the best of spices including turmeric, garlic, lemongrass, ginger, chillies, and galangal.

What is the most eaten meat? ›

According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world (36%) followed by poultry (33%), beef (24%), and goats/sheep (5%).

What 2 foods can you survive on? ›

4 Foods You Could (Almost) Exclusively Live Off Of
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  • Trail Mix.
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Is water a food? ›

Water is a food as defined in section 20l(f) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (2l USC 32l(f)). It is a normal constituent of many foods and is essential in the preparation and processing of most commercially prepared foods.

What is a spoiled food? ›

Foods that deteriorate and develop unpleasant odors, tastes, and textures are spoiled. Spoilage bacteria can cause fruits and vegetables to get mushy or slimy, or meat to develop a bad odor. Most people would not choose to eat spoiled food.

What is the best truth or dare questions? ›

Best truth questions
  • When was the last time you lied?
  • When was the last time you cried?
  • What's your biggest fear?
  • What's your biggest fantasy?
  • Do you have any fetishes?
  • What's something you're glad your mum doesn't know about you?
  • Have you ever cheated on someone?
  • What's the worst thing you've ever done?
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Who most likely to questions? ›

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  • Who is most likely to win a Grammy?
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Who is more likely to questions? ›

Who is most likely to move to a foreign country? Who is most likely to show up on your doorstep with soup when you're sick? Who is most likely to not forget your birthday? Who is most likely to be the first one up in the morning on a girls' trip?

What are some cool random facts? ›

40 Random Obscure Facts That Will Make Everyone Think You're a Genius
  • Competitive art used to be in the Olympics. ...
  • A chef's hat has exactly 100 pleats. ...
  • "OMG" usage can be traced back to 1917. ...
  • Some cats are actually allergic to humans. ...
  • The majority of your brain is fat. ...
  • Oranges aren't naturally occurring fruits.

What's a fun fact for the day? ›

Fun Facts and Trivia
  • It is impossible for most people to lick their own elbow. ...
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
  • A shrimp's heart is in its head.
  • It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

What alcohol does to the brain? ›

Alcohol interferes with the brain's communication pathways and can affect the way the brain looks and works. Alcohol makes it harder for the brain areas controlling balance, memory, speech, and judgment to do their jobs, resulting in a higher likelihood of injuries and other negative outcomes.

What is alcohol made of? ›

The alcohol in drinks is called ethanol (ethyl alcohol). It is made when yeast ferments the sugars in grains, fruits and vegetables. For example, wine is made from the sugar in grapes and vodka is made from the sugar in potatoes.

When was alcohol invented? ›

Chemical analyses recently confirmed that the earliest alcoholic beverage in the world was a mixed fermented drink of rice, honey, and hawthorn fruit and/or grape. The residues of the beverage, dated ca. 7000–6600 BCE, were recovered from early pottery from Jiahu, a Neolithic village in the Yellow River Valley.

What are 5 amazing facts? ›

5 amazing science facts that will blow your mind
  • A teaspoonful of neutron star. ...
  • Metals that explode when in contact with water. ...
  • Hawaii is moving closer to Alaska by 7.5cm every year. ...
  • Sunflowers are known as hyperaccumulators. ...
  • A cockroach can live for up to one week without its head.
15 Nov 2021

What are some 5 interesting facts? ›

Interesting Unknown Facts
  • Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water. ...
  • The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. ...
  • The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. ...
  • Ants take rest for around 8 Minutes in 12-hour period. ...
  • "I Am" is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. ...
  • Coca-Cola was originally green.

What are 3 random facts? ›

1 in 5,000 north Atlantic lobsters are born bright blue. There are 10 human body parts that are only 3 letters long (eye hip arm leg ear toe jaw rib lip gum). A skunk's smell can be detected by a human a mile away. The word "lethologica" describes the state of not being able to remember the word you want.

What are 10 amazing facts? ›

The 60 Most Interesting World Facts You'll Ever Hear
  • Glaciers and ice sheets hold about 69 percent of the world's freshwater. ...
  • The fastest gust of wind ever recorded on Earth was 253 miles per hour. ...
  • Recent droughts in Europe were the worst in 2,100 years. ...
  • The best place in the world to see rainbows is in Hawaii.

What's a random fact? ›

Cool Weird Facts About Humans

Some tumors can grow hair, teeth, bones, even fingernails. Your brain uses 10 watts of energy to think and does not feel pain. Your fingernails grow faster when you are cold. A typical cough is 60 mph while a sneeze is often faster than 100 mph.

Did U know scary facts? ›

Scary Facts to Make Your Skin Crawl
  • Humans shed skin too. Like, a lot of skin. ...
  • We could solve American homelessness easier than you think. On average, there are over 17,000,000 vacant homes in America at any given time. ...
  • Your cellphone is more disgusting than a public toilet.
4 May 2020

What alcohol makes happy? ›

The people we polled said that certain forms of alcohol were more likely to give them different feelings. Men told us that wine, cocktails, and India pale ales (IPAs) made them happiest when they drank, while women said that cocktails, wine, and vodka left them with the most positive emotions.

What mental illness does alcohol cause? ›

Alcohol abuse can cause signs and symptoms of depression, anxiety, psychosis, and antisocial behavior, both during intoxication and during withdrawal. At times, these symptoms and signs cluster, last for weeks, and mimic frank psychiatric disorders (i.e., are alcohol–induced syndromes).

Does alcohol lower IQ? ›

Individuals with alcohol-related disorders have a lower intelligence test score both in young adulthood and in late midlife, and these disorders, moreover, seem to be associated with more age-related decline in intelligence test scores.

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