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The Anheuser-Busch InBev Quiz
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It is one of the most recognizable (and profitable) companies in the brewing business. How much do you know about Anheuser-Busch InBev?

In what city was Anheuser-Busch founded?

  • Chicago
  • St. Louis
  • Omaha

In what year was Budweiser introduced?

  • 1854
  • 1876
  • 1898

In what year was the company sold to a Belgian-Brazilian corporation and then renamed to Anheuser-Bush InBev (or AB InBev)?

  • 2008
  • 2010
  • 2012

Budweiser contains which unusual ingredient?

  • rice
  • oats
  • quinoa

Which brand is NOT associated with AB InBev?

  • Hurricane
  • Four Peaks Brewery
  • New Belgium

How many breweries did the company own in 1951?

  • three
  • nine
  • 18

Executives of AB InBev stated that they wanted to make Bud and Bud Light as well-known as what other product?

  • Hershey's chocolate
  • Coke
  • Coors

In what year did the company roll out Bud Light on a national level?

  • 1967
  • 1982
  • 1973

In 2015, as a whole, about how much did AB InBev take in total revenue?

  • about $43 billion
  • about $32 billion
  • about $26 billion

For how many years was the company a family-owned venture?

  • 120 years
  • 156 years
  • 105 years

The Budweiser Clydesdales were introduced to celebrate what?

  • End of Prohibition
  • Inauguration of President Truman
  • Independence Day

Which man introduced pasteurization into the beer-making process in order to keep the product fresh?

  • Adolphus Busch
  • Eberhard Anheuser
  • Kees Storm

By around 1877, how many refrigerated railcars did the company use to ship its products?

  • 14
  • 40
  • 71

Why did the company give up on its West Coast markets in the mid-20th century?

  • The Great Depression depleted the company's shipping capabilities.
  • to assist the Allied efforts in World War II
  • West Coast palates were too different.

What was the name of the company's "super-premium" beer that was introduced in 1896?

  • Michelob
  • Budweiser Select
  • Rolling Rock

Budweiser American Ale was the first beer under this brand name to feature what?

  • top-fermenting yeast
  • West Coast hops
  • barley from Latin America

Which animal is featured on the company's trademark?

  • wolverine
  • eagle
  • bear

In order to skirt Prohibition laws, what did the company do?

  • sold empty kegs
  • sold empty beer cans
  • sold ingredients for beer

What was Bevo?

  • a snack that went well with beer
  • a non-alcoholic beer
  • a type of cola

What factor contributed to the end of Bevo?

  • bootlegging
  • bacteria scare
  • It tasted horrible.

In what year was Anheuser-Busch founded in St. Louis?

  • 1852
  • 1866
  • 1871

In what year did the company become the largest brewer in the United States?

  • 1888
  • 1919
  • 1957

In the 1850s, what was the primary industry in St. Louis?

  • brewing
  • railroad
  • steel making

How many horses were there in the original team of Budweiser Clydesdales?

  • four
  • six
  • eight

In the mid-19th century, German immigrants introduced which style of beer to America?

  • stout
  • lager
  • ale

In 2015, AB InBev made a bid to purchase what major beverage company?

  • Coca-Cola
  • Nestle SA
  • SABMiller

About what percentage of beer in the United States is made by AB InBev?

  • about 30%
  • about 40%
  • about 50%

How many people does AB InBev employ?

  • 90,000
  • 155,000
  • 210,000

In what year did the company manage to sell more than 2 million barrels of beer?

  • 1938
  • 1911
  • 1903

In what year was Michelob first distributed in cans?

  • 1900
  • 1966
  • 1977