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Beers by Country Quiz

For each selected beer, guess the country of origin.
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Last updated: August 28, 2018
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First submittedSeptember 4, 2011
Times taken69,443
Average score50.0%
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Beer
Country
Guinness
Ireland
Corona
Mexico
Coors
United States
Molson
Canada
Red Stripe
Jamaica
Asahi
Japan
Heineken
The Netherlands
Singha
Thailand
Beer
Country
Newcastle
United Kingdom
Hoegaarden
Belgium
Victoria Bitter
Australia
Tsingtao
China
Kronenbourg 1664
France
Carlsberg
Denmark
Hacker-Pschorr
Germany
Kingfisher
India
Beer
Country
Baltika
Russia
Peroni
Italy
Pilsner Urquell
Czech Republic
Stiegl
Austria
Brahma
Brazil
Tui
New Zealand
Hite
South Korea
Tyskie
Poland
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Level 78
Sep 4, 2011
You should include Red Rooster from Palau.
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Level 14
Jan 28, 2013
how bout granville island from vancouver?! best beer in da vorld
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Level 67
May 7, 2014
I actually tried that one for the first time last week! Pretty good, I really enjoyd it, even though I'm not a big beer fan.
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Level 63
Nov 5, 2017
yeah, but too bad all of Canada's beers that have any chance of widespread international recognition are our worst beers :(
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Level 21
Mar 20, 2018
Molson Canadian = piss

Pilsner = Farmer piss

Kokkanee = Yeti Piss

Budweiser = deece but still American piss

Best beers are craft beers, Yellow Dog

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Level 44
May 6, 2014
Red Stripe is actually made in the United States, not Jamaica. It is brewed and bottled in Pennsylvania. Read the label next time you have one. It is a Jamaican "Style" lager, not actually Jamaican.
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Level 73
Jun 20, 2014
Try reading the label in Jamaica. Most international brands have agreements with local brewers for bottling and/or brewing

Despite Victoria Bitter being probably Australia's biggest selling full-strength beer, it's one of the worst

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Level 74
Aug 18, 2014
Oh come on, VB's not all that bad. It's no Boags, but it'll do on a hot day.
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Level 63
Feb 24, 2021
Imagine picking Boags as your example of an excellent Australian beer.
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Level 89
Aug 10, 2014
It's brewed in both places for various markets, so it can be considered Jamaican.
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Level 76
Mar 8, 2020
Likewise if you read the label on a Heineken in New Zealand you will find it is made in New Zealand. But that doesn't make it a New Zealand beer - just that the trademark owner in the Netherlands have sold franchise rights to make it in various places.
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Level 78
Aug 12, 2014
100% first go. I admit it I am an imbiber.
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Level 82
Mar 8, 2018
I'm a beer drinker, also, but didn't do well on this quiz. Maybe I should try something else once in awhile besides Bud/Bud Light.
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Level 72
Jan 6, 2021
You should definitely try something other than bud. I wouldn't bother drinking if that was all that was available
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Level 41
Sep 6, 2021
No one who drinks bud may call themselves a beer drinker.
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Level 45
Aug 20, 2014
should add Belikin from Belize
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Level 70
Nov 4, 2014
Had some Beliken...not to shabby
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Level 43
Aug 21, 2014
What about Orval from Belgium? (Or Chimay, Westmalle, Duvel, Bush, Watou etc etc etc)
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Level 44
Mar 23, 2020
They are good, but I think Jupiler is the most popular Belgian beer in Belgium.
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Level 44
Sep 3, 2014
Love that Tui was included, they have the best billboard ads!

Victoria Bitter...urgh....it's what Australians drink when there is nothing else and they're already drunk and can't taste it!

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Level 54
Sep 11, 2015
Only missed three, and I don't even drink beer that much. :) I travel a lot and remember seeing adverts for Tui in New Zealand
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Level 82
Jan 29, 2017
EFES -> TURKEY.
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Level 57
Apr 1, 2017
got 19

and I do not drink

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Level 85
Jan 3, 2022
You must be terribly dehydrated.
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Level 77
May 11, 2017
Okay I admit I'm an alcoholic.
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Level 61
Jun 26, 2017
16/24...not bad for a non-drinker, especially since almost none of them were guesses.
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Level 82
Apr 15, 2018
Feel dumb for missing Singha. I missed 5 and I always do badly on quizzes for alcoholics but I knew I had seen Singha many many times and guessed almost every other country I've spent time in in East Asia. But I missed the one I've spent more time in than anywhere else aside from the Philippines.
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Level 76
Feb 15, 2024
"quizzes for alcoholics" - you utter tosspot. (Check a dictionary before objecting to this.)
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Level 72
Feb 2, 2019
Why is Holland not an acceptable type in for the Dutch beer?

I appreciate the country name is the Netherlands, but the two names are used interchangeably in Britain.

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Level 67
Jan 24, 2020
And people call someone from scotland (or even ireland) an englishman. But it isnt correct.
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Level 72
Mar 25, 2020
As I said in my original post, the two names are used interchangeably. I lived there for 18 months and heard many Dutch people refer to the country as “Holland”.

It’s also a type in on all most every other quiz on Jet Punk.

So, do me a favour and keep your smart arse comments to yourself.

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Level 62
Feb 10, 2019
Definitely should try Tyskie. Very good polish beer
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Level 43
Apr 11, 2019
Hite is the Bud Lite of South Korea
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Level 79
Dec 1, 2019
Light* ;)
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Level 79
Dec 1, 2019
Only missed Red Stripe, although I've heard of this beer quite a few times. Many of the others were (educated) guesses.
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Level 61
Dec 10, 2019
How is there no Spanish beer in here? No Mediterranean country enjoys beer more than Spain!
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Level 67
Mar 8, 2020
Still thinking Biere Niger would make a good addition.
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Level 57
Mar 8, 2020
Weird choice for the German beer. Hacker-Pschorr is more of a local beer in Munich and isn't really known outside of Bavaria that much. The brewery is owned by the Paulaner group so you could've just used Paulaner beer instead because every German knows that one. Other well known German beers include Warsteiner, Jever, Krombacher, Bitburger, Becks, Eichbaum, Oettinger, Veltins, Radeberger, Rothaus, Hasseröder, Erdinger, etc.
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Level 44
Mar 23, 2020
Thank you, what I was going to say. Especially Warsteiner, Krombacher, Paulaner, Veltins and Becks are known outside of Germany.
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Level 59
Jul 4, 2020
Agreed. I'm a Northern German and have never heard of Hacker Pschorr. At first I was very confused (and a bit insulted) that there's no German beer on this list until I figured it out. Maybe it's supposed to be a bit tricky?
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Level 76
Feb 15, 2024
A difficult question in a quiz? How unfair.
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Level 24
Mar 23, 2020
what a lousy list! you didn't include San Miguel from the Philippines - disputed to be one of the best beer in Southeast Asia.
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Level 75
Apr 9, 2020
Cusqueña from Peru!
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Level 63
Apr 15, 2020
It certainly is dissapointing that only 39% people know where the best beer comes from.
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Level 22
Aug 2, 2020
I only know my local beer...
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Level 42
Oct 3, 2020
Accept Holland for The Netherlands like every other quiz on Jetpunk does!
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Level 70
Oct 19, 2020
Hite tui brahma tyskie? Because I didn`t get any of those. But I got the rest of them.
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Level 65
Oct 29, 2020
I hate beer...

16... Not that bad ':D

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Level 41
Sep 6, 2021
Good idea for a quiz, one that you can do in a pub. Well done.

May I suggest Quilmes, a very decent beer from Argentina?

I must agree with those of you who say that Victoria Bitter is a horrible example of an Australian beer.

As for budweiser, it's what Australians drink when they've given up drinking.

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Level 56
Jan 26, 2022
Nice quiz, although I did rubbish.

For some reason, "Holland" isn't working as a type-in for the Netherlands as it usually does..?

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Level 70
Feb 22, 2022
I would suggest the lovely Beer Lao from Laos but that might be a giveaway
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Level 64
Mar 23, 2022
It's called Newcastle Brown, or Newcastle Brown Ale, not Newcastle
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Level 50
Aug 14, 2022
Me as a German: I never heard of Hacker-Pschorr..
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Level 74
Feb 24, 2023
It's a Paulaner brand and more of a Bavarian beer, I guess. Certainly wouldn't see it in the supermarket where I live.