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Word Scramble - Beers

Unscramble the names of these popular beer brands.
Quiz by olebiatch
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Last updated: August 9, 2012
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First submittedAugust 9, 2012
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Average score54.5%
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Country
Scramble
Beer Brand
USA
orcos
Coors
Australia
sfotrse
Fosters
USA
udb ghlti
Bud Light
UK
sabs
Bass
USA
rmilel
Miller
Netherlands
knhneiee
Heineken
USA
ams dsama
Sam Adams
USA
ggnynliue
Yuengling
Ireland
sinsneug
Guinness
Germany
ts aiupl rilg
St. Pauli Girl
Canada
btatal ubel
Labatt Blue
Country
Scramble
Beer Brand
Germany
cbske
Becks
Mexico
orocan
Corona
Canada
nlosom
Molson
USA
bpats
Pabst
Mexico
ods quesi
Dos Equis
Belgium
aslelt sirato
Stella Artois
Japan
rinki
Kirin
Netherlands
clrosgh
Grolsch
UK
slwecetna
Newcastle 
Jamaica
erd priest
Red Stripe
Denmark
rrsgbeacl
Carlsberg
37 Comments
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Level 60
Sep 29, 2012
I'm thirsty for a beverage all of a sudden, huh.
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Level 70
Dec 14, 2018
I wasnt.. untill I read this!
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Level 69
Sep 29, 2012
A couple of things here...

Labatt is a brand name, they make blue, blue light, 50, genuine lager, ice, extra dry, etc. I don't think you need to put "Labatt Blue". If you go into the beer store and say gimme some Blue, they'll know exactly what you mean.

2nd, Molson is also a brand name, if you walked into the beer store and said gimme Molson, they would ask which one. They brew Canadian, Canadian Light, Export, Dry, M and of course the now discontinued Golden.

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Level 40
Aug 28, 2014
the description says: "Unscramble the names of these popular beer BRANDS"
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Level 72
Feb 10, 2022
If you go into any store outside of Canada and asked for Blue, I doubt very much that it would be the same. I don't recall ever seeing Labatt sold in the UK
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Level 32
Jun 9, 2014
It's Newcastle Brown, not just Newcastle.
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Level 55
Jul 9, 2015
How the hell did I score above average on this?? This is the first time I have ever remotely felt like a beer connoisseur. Very strange.
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Level 49
Jul 9, 2015
me too! :)
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Level 66
Jul 9, 2015
Had my first Pabstini the other day. Never again. Never. Again.
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Level 91
Jul 9, 2015
But not my favorite bee Lapin Kulta. Golden beer of Lapland.
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Level 75
Mar 31, 2016
wtf?!
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Level 38
Jul 9, 2015
Less US beers would be better, as well as more known Aussie beers. i.e Carlton.
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Level 90
Jul 9, 2015
Less US beer should be a general theme of life.
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Level 54
Feb 22, 2017
I heartily agree.
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Level 77
Jul 9, 2015
Funny that the picture shows 3 cans of Lapin Kulta, which is NOT on the quiz.
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Level 75
Jul 24, 2015
Only one belgian beer ? And not the best one !

Don't you know a quizz about beers must be "belgo-centré" ?

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Level 83
Dec 22, 2018
This quiz is full of "not the best" beers, and that's saying it gently
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Level 68
Feb 7, 2016
I'm thirsty
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Level 64
Aug 22, 2016
Was suprised to see Carlsberg and Stella so low down, does America not have those?
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Level 28
Mar 5, 2017
im only 10 and got 100% with 1:14 left
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Level 70
Dec 14, 2018
I only really knew a few, after that it was just putting the letters in a logical order (got 7more that way). Didnt get carlsberg or stella artois, but have heard of them (didnt get further than stella..)
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Level 89
Dec 14, 2018
St. Pauli Girl? I didn't even know they still sold that. Right up there with Red, White & Blue.
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Level 50
Jan 9, 2019
Newcastle brown ale
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Level 75
May 24, 2019
Never even heard of St Pauli Girl I've lived in Germany for years and before this quiz considered myself a connoisseur of German brews!
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Level 84
Jul 1, 2021
It's the undrinkable stuff they export...
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Level 50
May 24, 2019
I hate that you used fosters for australia and not victoria bitters or carlton draught. Literally no one likes fosters
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Level 20
Jun 26, 2019
yup totally agreed
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Level 20
Jun 26, 2019
lol not a beer drinker don't know my beer. Also Aussies don't drink fosters, lol
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Level 75
Jun 26, 2019
How does this work? I've been doing a lot of random quizzes recently. Now that I completed this one, it tells me that I've previously had "Sam Adams" and "St. Pauli Girl" right. There is not even a slim chance for it to be possible. I've encountered this same thing with many other quizzes. Strange.
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Level 84
Jul 1, 2021
At the Great American Beer Festival, the heads of several big breweries usually meet up at a local bar. The bartender asks the men, "What are you having?"

Augustus Busch says "I'll have a Bud Light."

Adolph Coors says, "Make mine a Coors Light."

Frederick Miller says, "Miller Light for me."

Arthur Guinness stares at the bartender and says, "I'll have a coke, please."

The other gentlemen stare at him for a moment, and Guinness says, "Look, if you all aren't going to drink beer tonight, then neither am I."

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Level 78
Dec 17, 2021
Unfortunately, I've had all of these...then I discovered what beer with good ingredients tastes like.
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Level 64
Sep 23, 2022
There is no beer in the UK called Newcastle. It's Newcastle Brown.
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Level 81
Jul 16, 2024
True this.
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Level 68
Apr 10, 2023
Never heard of St. Pauli Girl I just put it together and thought it sounded funny and it worked. Also straight up guessed for Kirin
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Level 67
Nov 3, 2023
The choices of European beers is terrible.

Live in the UK and never heard of "bass" ??? and Newcastle Pale Ale was popular 30 years ago, you never see it now.

St Pauli Girl and Grolsch are also weird choices. Amstel is so much bigger!

Moretti and Kronenbourg are just two massive names missing.

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Level 58
Dec 12, 2023
Was gonna say, I'm also from the UK and never heard of bass. Looked it up and apparently it exists, just never seen it anywhere
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Level 81
Jul 16, 2024
It's a beer drinkers' beer. You have to be a member of CAMRA to buy it. (Campaign for Real Ale). It is flat (not carbonated), and brown, and served at the temperature of the cellar where it is stored. It's not to everyone's taste, but it is very very old (1777) and very very famous.