80 Different Mystery Beers

Mystery Beer #1 (Solved by drbj)

Way back in the year 1919 beer was once banned. Barrels of beer were confiscated and broken from one end of this great country to the other. Breweries either had to find another way to survive in the market place, such as producing ice tea, root beer and other beverages, or they went belly up. Drinking a beer was against the law, and became an act of protest against those in power. Each toast was a citizen's demand to enjoy life's simple pleasures. Prohibition lasted all the way through the roaring twenties, and when beer became legal again fourteen years later, the taste of beer was never the same again, as it was before. That is until just a few years ago when a clean up worker accidentally discovered an old beer recipe in the lost basement archives of an old brewery dating back before the time of prohibition. On the cover of the very old dusty file, it read "batch nineteen" in old style writing, which was inspired by the last batches of beer brewed before the year 1919. This particular type of beer was inspired by an authentic pre-prohibition recipe. It was bold, hoppy, and a surprisingly balanced lager, which derived it's bold taste from a rare combination of hops that included hersbrucker and strisselspalt. The hersbrucker hops provide herbal notes, and strisselspalt hops deliver notes of black currant. This is the only major brewing company in the United States of America that uses this particular combination today in modern times. Now you all are probably wondering just what is the name of this brewing company that produces this defiantly bold beer. Well to be perfectly honest with you, I'm not going to tell just yet. However I will give you all some time to guess the correct name of this famous brewing company below, before I reveal to you the correct answer. Good Luck, and the winner will get a big at-ta-boy!

The correct answer is MillerCoors brewing company as correctly guessed by drbj ! These two big American brewers formed a joint venture in 2007. Miller brewing company was established in 1855, and has 6 breweries around the country. They are located in Fort Worth, Texas; Irwindale, California; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Eden, North Carolina; Albany, Georgia; and Trenton, Ohio. Coors was established in 1873, and has two breweries, which are located in Golden, Colorado and Shanendoah, Virginia. These 8 breweries are actually under the umbrella of SAB (South African Breweries), which is headquartered in London, England. SAB has control of about 200 breweries in countries all around the world. Famous breweries like Foster's, Castle, Grolsch, Peroni, and Pilsner Urquell to name just a few. I realize that Coors was named in the very first comment of this hub, however that was only half right, and as you all can now see this was actually a rather complicated answer in the end. I want to thank you all for visiting this hub.

Mystery Beer #2 (Solved by drbj)

Irish people are passionate about many things, and one of them is beer. This beer came into existence back in 1864 and was pioneered as one of the first red beers at G.H. Lett & Co, the oldest independent brewery in Ireland. People often ask about that beautiful ruby color, and how does it come about. They are told that it's the perfected special art of slow roasting of the caramel malts that creates a ruby red beer known for it's remarkable color, and smoother bold taste. The slower the roasting, then the richer the color and the smoother the flavor. That's why they roast the malts for more than half a day. They are very proud of the fact that something that started back in Ireland in the 1860s carries on here in the United States of America today. There are so many places where the past has all but disappeared. Isn't it good to know that some traditions live on an ocean away. They might not deliver the barrels of beer by horse and dray anymore, but it's still crafted with care based on the recipe from back in the seventeenth century. Now it's your turn. What is the name of this ruby red colored beer? (The correct answer is George Killians Irish Red Premium Lager.)

Mystery Beer #3 (Solved by drbj)

Here's an easy one for you all if you want to try it. It's the American beer that has the slogan - "The beer that made Milwaukee famous". It was established in 1849, and is brewed again today with the original classic 1960s formula, which is proudly printed at the top of the beer can in bold letters. What American made beer is this? (The correct answer is Schlitz.)

Mystery Beer #4 (Solved by drbj)

There's only one beer out there on the market that comes in the newly designed vortex bottle. The bottle's specially designed grooves allows for the beer to spiral into your mouth to create a much more refreshing taste for the drinker. What is the name of this ever so popular beer? (The correct answer is Lite beer by MillerCoors)

Mystery Beer #5 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #5 is based on the Medieval symbol for steel. Which only appears on this particular beer's label. This beer uses twice the ingredients of many other normal lagers. It is also brewed twice as long as many other quality beers are. The extra malted barley and select hops are all slow brewed for that exceptionally smooth flavor, which can only be found in this particular high gravity beer. It also contains 8.1% alcohol by volume, and comes typically in a 40oz glass bottle. If more clues are needed, then just please let me know drbj. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Steel Reserve by the Steel brewing company - Aka MillerCoors)

Mystery Beer #6 (Solved by N.E. Wright)

Now here's a short mystery beer question. What's the name of the brewing company that has the bragging rights that it's the oldest brewing company in America? (The correct answer is D.G. Yuengling & Son)

Mystery Beer #7 (Solved by N.E. Wright)

Since the 17th century this part of the country has been known as Indian head country. The Northwoods of Wisconsin has also long been known as "Indian Head Country", because it was thought that the St. Croix River, which forms the western boundary between Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, formed the profile of a Native American. It's for this very reason that this brewery chose the image of a Native American woman to grace the label of it's first beer - to pay homage to both the local people and their home. Today they are proud to carry on that tradition of honoring the source of their rich heritage - Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and of brewing beer that would make their founder proud. The Northwoods with it's area of wooded hillsides, swift flowing rivers, prosperous farms, and one very special place Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin is home to this brewing company. Ever since 1867, for five generations they have been brewing and handcrafting their authentic specialty beers in small batches in the same brewery. The next time you find yourself in this neck of the woods, stop by and visit them at their lodge. They'll pour you an ice cold beer, and show you why people call their brewery & their beers, "The flavor of the Northwoods". That's enough hints for now. What is the name of this brewing company? (The correct answer is Jacob Leinenkugel brewing company)

Mystery Beer #8 (Solved by N.E. Wright)

This beer comes in it's own cold activated bottle. When the bottle reaches the cold drinking temperature, the mountains will turn blue. The slogan goes "When the mountains turn blue, it's as cold as the Rockies." This beer also goes by the nickname "The Silver Bullet". This should certainly be enough hints for this mystery beer. What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Coors Light)

Mystery Beer #9 (Solved by N.E. Wright)

Mystery beer question number nine once again pertains to the category of oldest. What beer claims to be "America's oldest lager beer? (The correct answer is Schaefer beer)

Mystery Beer #10 (Solved by N.E. Wright)

This beer is brewed by the original Plank Road brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which was established in 1855. The beer is brewed below freezing resulting in the formation of actual ice crystals. By doing this, it helps deliver the bold, never watered down taste that you can enjoy each time you drink one of these ice cold beers. It was first introduced back in the 1990s along with it's faithful cousin "Red Dog". What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Ice House Beer)

Mystery Beer #11 (Solved by drbj)

This beer is the new generation of light beers out on the market today. It touts that it only has 64 calories, and 2.4 carbs. What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Miller Genuine Draft 64 light beer)

Mystery Beer #12 (Solved by drbj)

This is yet another beer that was established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1844. This original beer uses only nature's choicest products, which provides it prized flavor. Only the finest of hops and grains are used in it's brewing process. It was selected as America's best in 1893, and again in 2006 it was the gold medal winner in the great American beer festival's American style lager competition. You will find it traditionally packaged in either a bottle or a can sporting the patriotic colors of red, white, and blue. Normally these days when someone orders one of these cold beers in a bar, they just ask the bartender for an ice cold "PBR". What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Pabst Blue Ribbon)

Good Old P.B.R.
Good Old P.B.R.

Mystery Beer #13 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer doesn't take much of a presentation at all. It comes from the other side of the big pond from America, otherwise known as the ocean, where there is another very popular beer produced. Sometimes it comes in what is known by many as an oil can, which can satisfy the thirst of a kangaroo. The only clue that is really needed for this best selling mystery beer is their ever popular slogan, which is preceeded by it's name - "Austrailian for beer". What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Foster's Lager)

Mystery Beer #14 (Solved by drbj)

This beer was first established over 100 years ago back in 1903 by a major American brewer. It was introduced in what today is known as a tall blonde bottle, which is clear flint glass. On the every label of this premium beer you will find the original "Girl in the moon". The final clue I have for you in identifying this mystery beer is it's slogan - "The champagne of beers". What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Miller High Life)

Mystery Beer #15 (Solved by drbj)

MillerCoors has recently introduced their new home draft system to bring you even more ice cold refreshment. This 5.7 liter (1.5 gallon) plastic mini keg was designed to bring you frost brewed refreshment at your demand on tap. It's easy four part system of pull, twist, unlock, and pour, powered by a Co2 cartridge, brings you ice cold draft beers when you need them most. The question is - What two different beers from MillerCoors comes in this exciting new state of the art container? (The correct answer is Coors light & Lite beer from Miller)

Mystery Beer #16 (Solved by drbj)

This beer (which is actually an ale) has the bragging rights of being America's largest selling ale. On the center of the label other then it's popular name are three large X's. Above the triple X are three circles that resemble a pretzel, and contain the three words - Purity, Body & Flavor. Without giving the name away, It's time to ask - What's the name of this beer (ALE)? (The correct answer is Ballantine Ale)

Mystery Beer #17 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #17 was first established in, and has been around since the year 1845. On the side of the six-pack carton you will find famous well known names like William B. Travis, Stephen E. Austin, and Remember ___ _____. For the final clue for this mystery beer the bottle is sporting a big star on it's label, and this beer holds the bragging rights to be both Texas born & brewed. What is the name of this beer? (The correct answer is Lone Star Beer)

Mystery Beer #18 (Solved by peepingtomb)

Today you will find hundreds of different kinds of flavored beer out there in the everyday market place. This particular flavored beer is brewed by Henry Weinhard brewing company. This gourmet beer is hand finished with only the freshest and highest quality ingredients including sassafras, honey and vanilla. People have been enjoying this truly great American beer recipe, which was originally crafted by master brewers during prohibition. This outstanding elixir proved to be very popular for all beer drinking loyalists both during and after the great dry spell. What is the flavor of this beer? (The correct answer is root beer)

Mystery Beer #19 (Solved by peepingtomb)

I'm going to switch things around for this question, and give you all of the information about the beer first. Picture above is Grand Cru, which is brewed by the Blue Moon brewing company. In the Belgian tradition, Grand Cru is brewed for special occasions during the celebration of Christmas. This special edition beer is bolder, and artfully crafted on the classic Blue Moon Belgian White Belgian-style wheat ale that blends the flavors of orange peel and coriander for a warn, spicy finish. The presence of brewers yeast occurs naturally and helps accentuate the flavor. This beer weighs in with a hefty 8.2% of alcohol by volume. The question is how much does this 750(ml) bottle of beer pictured above cost? (The correct answer is anywhere from $7.99 to $13.99 a bottle)

Mystery Beer #20 (Solved by fatdaddy)

This mystery beer proclaims to be America's premium brewed beer. (But don't they all?) Traditionally brewed with the finest pure water and barley malt. In the older days they advertised that this beer was fire brewed. It's been consistently superior in quality for more than 200 years, with a traditional brewing heritage dating all the way back to 1775. What is the name of this mystery beer with an old fashion Lion on it's label or can? (The correct answer is Stroh's beer)

Mystery Beer # 21 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer comes in a modern high tech bottle called the "Vortex" bottle. It's specially designed groves on the inside of the bottle's neck, allows the beer to spiral into your mouth for a more refreshing taste. It's sealed up with a taste protector cap, which locks in the great pilsner taste. What is the name of the beer that comes inside of this new "Vortex" bottle? (The correct answer is Lite beer from Miller)

Mystery Beer #22 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer is a pale lager which was originally brewed in Latrobe, Pennsylvania after prohibition in 1939. It came packaged in a beautiful green bottle along with the number 33 always located somewhere on the bottle. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Rolling Rock)

Mystery Beer #23 (Solved by drbj)

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I'm really going to try to do something different with mystery beer question #23. Pictured above are two different Black Label beer cans. Can "A" is the new modern ultra light aluminum beer can, which is out on the shelves in store beer coolers now in 2012. Can "B" is the heavy duty steel can with the old fashion pull tab from the 1960s era. My question to you this time is what city in the U.S.A. was can "B" brewed in? (The correct answer is Baltimore, Maryland - Charm City - Home of the Baltimore Ravens & the Baltimore Orioles)

Mystery Beer #24 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #24, I've taken an actual real photograph of the side of a case of beer. Believe it or not "2° Below Ale" is actually a real beer out there on the market today. My question here is what brewing company brews 2° Below Ale? You can also throw in what town it's brewed in as well. (The correct answer is New Belgium brewing company out of Fort Collins, Colorado)

Mystery Beer #25 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #25 is a product of Coors, and it was first introduced in Chico, California as charcoal filtered in September 1989. Most recently in television commercials a man by the name of Keith Stone is seen as the spokesperson for this "always smooth beer". What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Keystone)

Mystery Beer #26 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #26 deals totally with the visual aspects of a can or a bottle of beer. This time we are going to visit the family of fine malt liquors. What TWO different brews are represented here by these two feisty characters? (The correct answers are: A - Schlitz malt liquor, and B - Mickeys fine malt liquor.)

Mystery Beer #27 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #27 will again use the visual aspect, except this time it'll be of the entire case that the beer comes in. This premium beer comes to you inside of a case of 24 - 12 ounce cans, which have wildlife pictures printed on them. The cases also are in photography of beautiful breath taking wildlife pictures. These cases of beer are printed in glossy high graphics, along with the slogan - "The brew that grew with the great Northwest!" on them. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Schmidt premium beer.)

Mystery Beer #28 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #28 we're going to take a look at the container opening. Pictured above is a new concept which really has old roots dating back over half a century. They are referring to it as the "Punch Top Can". It employs the concept of a second breather hole, like folks used when opening the old flat top beer cans of the 1950s with a can opener or church key. This technique is also referred to in slang as "shot-gunning a beer". The question is what beer now comes to you in this new style "Punch Top Can"? (The correct answer is Miller Lite)

Mystery Beer #29 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #29 pertains to the above picture of this can of Olde Frothingslosh beer. It was invented as a joke by a radio station sometime in the early 1950s. A brewing company picked up the idea and produced it in a pale stale ale. It was very popular among beer can collectors in the 1970s and 1980s. The question is what's the name of the brewing company that produced Olde Frothingslosh beer? (The correct answer is Pittsburgh Brewing Company)

Mystery Beer #30 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #30, let's take a look at a Summer beer promotion. During the Summer months breweries are constantly rolling out new, and interesting ways to sell beer. This year an American brewer is welcoming back returning veterans with a patriotic red, white and blue beer can for one of their flagship beers. They are using the slogan - "Welcome veterans back to the _ _ _ _ life". They are even going as far to making a small donation for every bottle cap, and beer tab collected to help out returning veterans of war. What is the name of this brewery that's promoting this special Summer beer promotion? (The correct answer is MillerCoors)

Mystery Beer #31 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #31 pertains to the presidency of the United States. However it's not actually about the president, but the president's brother. Jimmy Carter was both a Southern peanut farmer, and a president. He had a colorful brother named Billy who really liked beer, so much that they brewed him his very own beer. Pictured above you'll find Billy's very own brand of beer first brewed in 1977. The question is what brewing company/companies brewed Billy beer? (The correct answer is Falls City, Cold Spring, West End, and Pearl brewing companies)

Mystery Beer #32 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #32 is about a light beer that is on the market today. It claims to be a triple-filtered premium light beer. It's called Platinum, and it has 6.0% alcohol by volume. What is the name of the brewing company that brews this premium light beer, which is named after a precious metal? (The correct answer is Anheuser-Busch)

Mystery Beer #33 (Solved by drbj)

We've dealt with questions that have pertained to beer bottles, beer cans, beer cases, and even plastic beer containers so far. Lets try something new. Beer also comes in a real big steel can, which is called a keg. Kegs are mainly used in restaurants, bars, and at big parties or functions. Kegs come in 1/2, 1/4, and 1/6 barrel sizes. The half keg barrels contain over 15 gallons of beer, so you need a crowd to enjoy it, and to make it all worth while. Most breweries produce the keg version of beer, and the top of the bung is covered with a keg cap to help keep foreign material out from where the beer is dispensed from. All the breweries put their logos on these caps. Some are much fancier than others. Mystery beer question #33 deals the the logo of one particular keg cap. Pictured above is a keg cap from Bouleyard brewing company's "Tank 7 - Farmhouse ale" The question is what city & state is Bouleyard brewing company located in? (The correct answer is Kansas City, Missouri)

Mystery Beer #34 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #34 is a Belgian style wheat ale. This beer is artfully crafted and brewed with white wheat and oats. This Belgian style ale features a crisp finish and the perfect combination of coriander and orange peel. This beer for many years has been brought to you in bottles, and at bars in draft. It now comes to you in the new brew-master's can, which protects the taste of this beer, so that it's as fresh as it was when it left the brewery. It's highly recommended to garnish this beer with an orange to enjoy it. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Blue Moon)

Mystery Beer #35 (Solved by drbj)

The only clue I'm giving you for mystery beer question #35 is the above photograph of the bottle cap itself. I will also tell you that this cap came off of a bottle of a particular brand of root beer, and not an alcoholic beer this time. What is the name of this frosty root beer? (The correct answer is Henry Weinhard Root Beer)

Mystery Beer #36 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #36 is all about an American style light beer. Over the past eleven years, this light beer has won eight medals at various prestigious beer competitions. Most recently this light beer won the gold award in the American-Style light lager category at the 2008 World Beer Cup. In addition this particular light beer won the gold medal for three consecutive years from 2005 thru 2007 inclusive, in the same beer category at the Great American Beer Festival. This light beer is truly "Beer Built Right". What is the name of this great tasting mystery light beer? (The correct answer is Old Milwaukee Light beer)

Mystery Beer #37 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #37 is brewed with cascade hops from the 44th latitude in the Oregon Territory's Pacific Northwest. These hops along with clean glacial water from the Mt. Hood reservoir have provided world class award winning beers since 1856. There's something about the way the sun hits the land on the 44th parallel that creates the perfect growing conditions. The clear waters, and fertile soil found on the 44th parallel have made this land a paradise for this 157 year old brewing company. What is the name of this brewing company which is located on the 44th parallel? (The correct answer is Blitz-Weinhard brewing company)

Mystery Beer #38 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #38 is about a brewing company that started crafting their beers in 1995 in downtown Denver, Colorado. They have some very interesting names for their beers in both their seasonal, and expressionist collections. Some of the stranger names are "Valencia Grove Amber", "Short Straw Farmhouse Red Ale", "Winter Abbey Ale", "Summer Honey Wheat", and "Spring Blonde Wheat Ale" to name just a few of their tasty brews. These craft beers are an uncommon blend brewed with some very unusual and off the wall brewing ingredients, which are intended to spark your curiosity like hibiscus, coriander, white pepper, orange peel, sugar, clover honey, and lemon peel. What is the name of this unique 18 year old craft brewing company, which is named after an object in the night sky? (The correct answer is Blue Moon brewing company)

Mystery Beer #39 (Solved by drbj)

I literally dreamed up mystery beer question #39, which is about the container that this beer comes to you in.This very popular beer in America was originally bottled, and sold in a uniquely shaped bottle which was named the teardrop bottle because it resembled a water droplet. The teardrop bottle was even awarded a medal from the Institute of Design in 1962. What is the name of this American made beer? (The correct answer is Michelob beer)

Mystery Beer #40 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer #40 is a copy of a letter from off of the bottom of the new Brewmaster's Winter Sampler case of beer - "Winter is one of our favorite seasons here at the brewery. For us, it's a time to wind down and catch up with friends and family. Of course we always bring along our beer, and our favorite holiday dishes.

For our Winter Sampler, we've created a four-course menu that pairs with each of the beers inside. From our goat-cheese crostini to a fresh arugula orange salad, to a pot roast, to a delicious hand-held apple pie desert, we hope each one adds a little something special to your holidays."

You'll find all of the recipes at our company web site.

Cheers,

Keith Villa - Founder and Head Brewmaster

What is the name of this brewing company? Hint - You may have to use the brewmaster's name to help solve this mystery beer question. (The correct answer is Blue Moon brewing company)

Mystery Beer #41 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer question is a simple puzzle. Match the brewing company up with the year it was established, and spell the word out with the corresponding letters. Good Luck! (The correct answer is Brewing)

1. Yuengling brewing company .....................................................W - 1844

2. National brewing company.........................................................G - 1850

3. Miller brewing company.............................................................N - 1849

4. Pabst brewing company.............................................................I - 1852

5. Anheuser Busch brewing company...........................................R - 1872

6. Joseph Schlitz brewing company...............................................E - 1855

7. Stroh's brewing company..........................................................B - 1829

Mystery Beer #42 (Solved by wanderingbeergeek)

Mystery beer #42 is brewed by Jacob Leinenkugel brewing company with the sunny splendor of Summer in mind. It's carefully brewed using only the finest malted wheat, barley, and natural lemonade flavor to create a beer beyond refreshing. This is the story behind it. In 1922 Franz Xaver Kugler found himself in a tight spot one day when thousands of cyclists pedaled into his tavern. Afraid he'd run dry of beer he mixed the last of his beer with lemonade. It worked, and that new refreshing beer inspired this Summer beer from Leinenkugels. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy)

Mystery Beer #43 (Solved by drbj)

This brewery which has been around since 1873, invented the very first 100% recyclable aluminum beer can back in 1959. With a can do attitude this brewery left this idea unpatented, so that this great idea could be used by others around the world, and on top of that supported it with a cash for cans program. Today, thanks to "Your" can do attitude, aluminum cans are the #1 most recycled item in all of the United States. The question for mystery beer question #43 is what is the name of this revolutionary green brewery? Note: If you need some extra help in answering this question, just click on my hub the History of the Beer Can , which you will discover is also a really good read! (The correct answer is Coors Brewing Company)

Mystery Beer #44 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer #44 I'm going to give you all a break with a relatively easy yes or no question. You'll have a 50% chance of getting this question correct from the get go. I know by now unless someone has been living under a rock like the guy in the Geico commercials, that just about everyone has seen an advertisement or a television commercial for the new Third Shift Beer. It's bragged that this beer was the brainchild of a band of brewers, and their love and quest for beer. This band of brewers developed this award winning smooth and easy drinking beer for all to enjoy after a hard days work. The question here is - Is Third Shift Beer only brewed and bottled at nighttime on 3rd shift? (The correct answer is no)

Mystery Beer #45 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer #45 here's an old story about the world's original pilsner beer. In the year 1838 in the Czech republic the citizens of Pilsen dumped 36 barrels of undrinkable beer into the sewer drains of the city. This revolt sparked the need for a much better quality beer. Pilsen's finest brewers united, and in the year 1842, their response came in the form of a pure golden beer. These remarkable events sparked the birth of a near two hundred year culture of quality. This time honored brewing process is delivering this perfect pilsner experience to beer drinkers today in this golden liquid. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Pilsner Urquell)

Mystery Beer #46 (Solved by fatdaddy)

This brewery packages it's craft beer in all kinds of different ways. From year round releases, seasonal collections, specialty releases, vintage ale and expressionist collections to brew master's sampler packs. The latest inspiration to come out of the unpredictable creative minds of these brewers is the hot new Graffiti Collection, which you will find pictured above. These 22 ounce bottles are a colorful work of art to say the least. The ale that came in this particular bottle pictured above was brewed with lemongrass and basil. That might not be too bad. So my question for mystery beer question #46 is what is the name of the brewing company who produces the graffiti collection? (The correct answer is the Blue Moon brewing company)

Mystery Beer #47 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Worthington’s White Shield which is brewed by the Museum brewing company is a multi-award winning beer, and to date no other beer has won this many awards. This beer is bottle conditioned, which means that it continues to ferment after bottling, allowing the beer to mature for up to three years. William Worthington’s White Shield is an original India Pale Ale dating back to the 1820s, and it's known as one of the oldest surviving examples of an India Pale Ale. This mystery question is one of the easiest on this hub, and the first answer that comes to your mind is most likely correct. The question for mystery beer #47 is what country is Worthington’s White Shield beer brewed in? (The correct answer is the English Midlands)

Mystery Beer #48 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer #48 is St. Stefanus, which is a Belgian abbey beer that is brewed to mature in the bottle so that you can choose how you want your beer to taste. it’s brewed with three different yeasts and matured for at least three months. This specialty Belgian Blonde beer is an unpasteurized, high fermented beer that is re-fermented in the bottle. The question for this beer is what year do the roots date back to for St. Stefanus beer? (The correct answer is the year 1295)

Mystery Beer #49 (Solved by fatdaddy)

The Fox Barrel company was co-founded in 2004 by both Bruce Nissen and Sean Deorsey, and produces some of the best tasting cider known to mankind. Their ciders have won many different awards over the years from 2005 through 2011. They are released in a variety of flavors like Pacific Pear, Blackberry Pear, Apricot Pear, and Black Currant to name just a few. When I first heard of this brew I instantly thought of the NFL football team New England Patriot's home stadium. So my question for mystery beer question # 49 is - What is the distance in miles from Foxborough, Massachusetts to the cidery where Fox Barrel ciders are made? (The correct answer is 2,961.7 miles)

Mystery beer #50 (Solved by fatdaddy)

I'm going to make mystery beer question #50 short, sweet, and to the point. What now defunct brewing company brewed Cardinal beer? (The correct answer is the Fischbach Brewery)

Mystery Beer #51 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #51 is about Rounder Belgian-Style pale ale, which is brewed by the Blue Moon brewing company. Back in the 1940s Belgian style pale ales really started to grow in popularity, and today is no different if you have the taste for this type of beer. Rounder beer is apart of Blue Moon's expressionist collection, which is a seasonal pale ale that is crafted with hibiscus and orange peel for a hint of spiciness and a touch of wheat for a smoother and more balanced taste. Since you already now know the name, and the brewing company of this beer, I'm going to have to come at you completely from another angle with this mystery beer question. The question is how did they originally come up with and where did the name Rounder derive from? (The correct answer is the name of this beer was derived by it being ordered by the round)

Mystery Beer #52 (Solved by fatdaddy)

There are a lot of off the wall weird crazy names for beer out there in the world today, and the name of the beer in Mystery Beer question #52 is no different. To name just a few there are beers out there called "Magic Hat", "Flat Tire", and "Porkslap". There's also a slew of names for beer which the hub pages would frown upon if I tried to put them in writing here. Just Google search "Weird beer names", and you will see just what I mean. This mystery beer as pictured above is called "Canoe Paddler", and it is also among strange named beers. "Canoe Paddler" is a refreshing Kölsch-style beer. This limited release beer is carefully brewed by five generations of family brewers with a touch of rye, and three specialty hops. This mystery beer question is simple. What is the name of the brewing company that brews "Canoe Paddler" beer? (The correct answer is the Jacob Leinenkugel brewing company)

Mystery Beer #53 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer #53 was first introduced to a thirsty beer drinking community in February of 2014. The beer is named Fortune and it's represented by the ace of spades which stands for mystery and intrigue that's built into this fine mystery beer. Fortune is packed with a content of 6.9% alcohol, which will really put some hair on your chest. Fortune is bottled in a pure black bottle to help fuel a more spirited and bold movement. What brewing company is brewing this bold new spirited golden lager for today's marketplace? (The correct answer is MillerCoors brewing company)

Mystery Beer #54 (Solved by Bubblegum Jones)

This mystery beer is a very well known and popular Irish dry stout that originated way back in 1759, and is the best selling alcoholic drink in all of Ireland. Over the years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed beer to give this beer it's unique flavor. This beer is represented by the trade marked multi-string musical instrument the Harp. What is the name of this 255 year old mystery beer? (The correct answer is Guinness beer)

Mystery Beer #55 (Solved by Bubblegum Jones)

It doesn't really matter what what language you use to say "Fresh Draft Taste" or "Frescura Y Sabor" for this mystery beer in, because it's still a cold filtered beer. This mystery beer was first introduced in 12oz bottles and cans back in 1985. This beer received the gold medal in the American-style Premium Lager category at the 1999 World Beer Cup, and it also received the silver medal at the 2003 Great American Beer Festival. This genuine draft beer utilizes an innovative cold filtering process that captures the fresh draft taste of draft beer in a bottle. Unlike other beers it's never heat pasteurized, which means it's a genuine draft beer in a bottle or can. What is the name of this mystery beer which you can count on that fresh draft taste each and every time? (The correct answer is Miller Genuine Draft)

Mystery Beer #56 (Solved by Bubblegum Jones)

For mystery beer #56 the brewmaster found his inspiration by adding a few new twists to the already rich heritage of his classic beer styles. To craft such a special ale he simply combined the spicy character of a saison with the tart character of a flanders - style red, and created Farmhousered saison / flanders - style ale. What is the name of this reoccurring brewery in this hub that considers crafting beer like this one as a rare art form? (The correct answer is the Blue Moon Brewing Company)

Mystery Beer #57 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer question #57 deals with one of Mother Nature's most amazing sights, which is one little single red leaf from a tree. Every single year in the Fall of the year the trees provide a beautiful view as their green leaves change to a bright rainbow of colors. You will find one red leaf on this particular beer's cans, bottles, and case packaging. This beer which has been around since 1786, just so happens to also be the official beer of the NHL (National Hockey League). What is the name of the beer which so proudly displays one single red leaf on it's packages and containers? (The correct answer is Molson.)

Mystery Beer #58 (Solved by fatdaddy)

I recently discovered mystery beer question #58 inside of an ice cold keg of beer. There are many countries around the world that have expert brew masters brewing great tasting beer, and Ireland is no different. Irishmen both in Ireland, and the United States have tried their good old Irish luck at the draw and have mastered the brewing process as well. Mystery beer #58 was first established in one of New York City's Top 5 Historic Bars way back in 1854. This beer came out of New York City's oldest Irish tavern, and women were not allowed inside of it until 1970 after a court ruled that women must be served. It wasn't until 16 years later that a ladies room was installed. What's the name of this very famous Irish pale ale? (The correct answer is McSorley's Irish Pale Ale.)

Mystery Beer #59 (Solved by fatdaddy)

All throughout the year it's become tradition to see different types of drinks return and depart as the seasons change, Mystery beer #59 is going to pertain to the color of the beer instead of the normal brewery questions. In the hot Summer time you'll see ice cold lemonade, tall glasses of ice tea with freshly cut lemon wedges floating around in it, and tasty long island ice teas. At Christmas time you'll see ice cold glasses of eggnog with a couple of shots of rum in it. The question this time around is what holiday will you see frosty mugs of ice cold "GREEN" beer being served in bars and pubs? (The correct answer is St. Patrick's Day.)

Mystery Beer #60 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer question #60 is going to pertain to the history of beer. Beer and ale literally go back thousands and thousands of years through the ages. Beer was a vital staple drink in the diets of all of the social classes back then, and beer played an important role in the actual construction of the massive buildings of this ancient society. Many different styles of beer were brewed throughout the long history of this country, and some beer recipes date back to at least to the 5th millennium BC of this country. What is the name of this country where written inscriptions about beer dated to around 2200 BC can still be seen today? (The correct answer is Ancient Greece.)

Mystery Beer #61 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Dead Rise Summer Ale is a new beer that is named after old wooden hulled fishing boats that were built to navigate Chesapeake waterways. It is also know as and called Summer in a bottle. This Belgian pale ale is brewed with Maryland's favorite seafood spice mix, which of coarse is Old Bay. Brewers from Flying Dog worked with Old Bay spice experts for six months to develop the recipe for this brew. Mystery beer question #61 is what Maryland town is Dead Rise Summer Ale brewed in? (The correct answer is Frederick, Maryland.)

Mystery Beer #62 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer #62 is all about a very famous lager, from the New England area, that has been made on honor and sold on merit since way back in the late 1800's. Since the year 1890 they've been brewing this award winning classic lager beer from the original recipe that the original founders had perfected back in the day. It's no surprise to anyone that this classic lager beer has been the beer of choice up North for more than a century now. If you're not drinking this famous lager beer, then you're not from New England. What is the name of this mystery beer, which is brewed at a Rochester, New York brewing company? (The correct answer is Narragansett beer.)

Mystery Beer #63 (Solved by drbj)

Mystery beer question #63 is all about a brew called Cinnamon Horchata Ale from the Blue Moon brewing company. Cinnamon Horchata Ale is a beer that's subtly sweet, yet has a spiced taste. Blue Moon's head brew master first experienced this refreshing, creamy drink known as Horchata in the street markets of Mexico. Cinnamon Horchata ale is crafted with cinnamon, and natural long-grained rice for a hint of spice with a very creamy finish. This is truly a unique brew that only comes around once in a blue moon. You already know the name of both brewing company, and the beer for this mystery question. So to mix it up a little bit for this mystery beer question, what is the definition for the word Horchata? I'm sure there's not many people out there that have the answer to what Horchata means waiting on the end of their tongues. (The correct answer is Horchata is a milky drink made from ground almonds, tiger nuts, or rice.)

Mystery Beer #64 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #64 we are going to visit a completely new idea that's come into certain select markets to delight today's beer drinkers. This new product will be exclusively available in only Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon for consumers who are living a gluten-free lifestyle. Today with more people living a gluten-free lifestyle, there have been very few satisfying choices for them in the beer category up until now. This big brewer has developed a proprietary brewing process that is specifically designed to deliver a 100% gluten-free beer that's only worthy of the MillerCoors name. What is the name of this gluten-free mystery beer? (The correct answer is Coors Peak Copper Lager.)

Mystery Beer #65 (Solved by drbj)

The taste of craft beers have been inspired by a vast variety of different ingredients to deliver every taste imaginable to today's beer drinkers. Brewers have added lemon, coriander, nutmeg, orange peel, and even peach to their recipes to create great beers for seasonal releases. Along with all of these new exciting flavors comes some very interesting beer names. Some of these beer names have easily recognizable names, while other names are more difficult to identify with simply only a few initials. One of these such beers is just merely called I.P.A. For mystery beer question #65 I'm asking what do the initials I.P.A. stand for in the world of beer? (The correct answer is India Pale Ale.)

Mystery Beer #66 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #66 I'm going to change everything around with the way I ask this question. First off the beer is called Yuengling, and it's been brewed in America's oldest brewery in Pottsville, Pennsylvania since way back in 1829. You'll find it located in Pennsylvania's old coal country in Schuylkill County, which also holds the remains of some of my loved ones. A Pennsylvania potato chip company, and there's plenty of potato chip companies in Pennsylvania, has partnered up with the manufactures of Yuengling line of sauces to offer a limited edition potato chip. The limited edition potato chip is seasoned with Yuengling hot wing sauce, and made with actual Yuengling beer. This blast of heat provided by the hot wing sauce seasoning is complemented by this company's potato chip to bring you the perfect combination in taste today. For mystery beer question #66 what is the name of the potato chip company that has partnered with Yuengling to bring you this limited edition potato chip? (The correct answer is Utz Potato Chips.)

Mystery Beer #67 (Solved by fatdaddy)

For mystery beer question #67 I'll stay with the theme of good tasting Utz Potato Chips. This question has a little bit of a different twist. It seems that the young spokes lady from off of the Utz Potato Chip bag, Sally Utz, has recently married a fellow named Natty from the world of beer. What brewing company is Natty from, and a spokesman for? (The correct answer is the National Brewing Company)

Mystery Beer #68 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer question is going to be short, sweet, and straight to the point. Since 1897 this Hawaiian brew has been an island favorite for over 110 years of Hawaiian brewing tradition. For mystery beer question #68 what's the name of this original Hawaiian beer? (The correct answer is Primo beer.)

Mystery Beer #69 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer question deals with a brewing company that just recently turned to the legal drinking age of 21 years old. In 1994 Kona Brewing Company committed themselves to making handcrafted ales and lagers of uncompromised quality. They make unique one of a kind brews like Big Wave Golden Ale, and Longboard Island Lager, which are both truly liquid Aloha. You will see both of these beers pictured above. For mystery beer question #69, what state both inspired and is the original birth place of the Kona Brewing Company? (The correct answer is the island state of Hawaii.)

Mystery Beer Question #70 (Solved by drbj)

This mystery beer question deals with a time in American history when our government decided that it was against the law to make and consume alcoholic beverages. To survive during this era a lot of breweries had to come up with different innovative ways to keep their doors open. One such brewer decided it would be a good idea to produce ginger ale during this period of time. Today this particular brewer makes a ginger shandy beer, and also has new grapefruit and orange flavored beers for your thirsty enjoyment. For mystery beer question #70 what is the name of the brewing company that stayed up and running during prohibition by producing ginger ale? (The correct answer is Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company.)

Mystery Beer Question #71 (Solved by fatdaddy)

This mystery beer question was both asked and answered earlier in this hub. So I'm going to ask it again using most of the words from it's updated bottle label. This mystery beer is brewed in Plzeñ, Czech. It's become known as the world's original pilsner bier. In the year 1842, the Citizen's Brewery of Plzeñ brewed the world's very first ever golden pilsner bier, and they have never stopped brewing it to date. They make it in the exact same way, and in the exact same place with 100% of their ingredients from the same farming region in Czech as they always have. What's the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Pilsner Urquell.)

Mystery Beer Question #72 (Solved by drbj)

With the recent emergence and popularity of the micro brew industry, let's start visiting this interesting area of our marketplace beginning with mystery beer question #72. There's a micro brewery out of the little state of Milton, Delaware that has a very unique two word name ending with the second word of "HEAD". This micro brewery also has some really great tasting bratwurst out there in your grocery store's meat cases. What is the name of this mystery Delaware micro beer? (The correct answer is dogfish head brewery.)

Mystery Beer #73 (Solved by Poethepoet)

Mystery beer Question #73 pertains to the ingredients that are being used to brew beer in these modern times. There are a wide range of different ingredients that are being used to brew beer in this world. This is especially true in the micro beer industry. You will discover some very unique ingredients in the beer on the grocery store shelves now. Now a days some of the wilder ingredients include ginger, molasses, apple, cinnamon, orange peel, strawberry, coriander, cocoa, oatmeal, cranberry, and of all of the crazy things in beer there's decaffeinated coffee. What is the name of this brewing company that is now a proud partner of the Florida department of citrus? (The correct answer is the Blue Moon brewing company.)

Mystery Beer Question #74 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer question #74 was born in the heart of the land of 10,000 lakes in St. Paul, Minnesota. This mystery beer's slogan spoke of the water quality that created a superior product. This mystery beer has been named in magazines, had jingles written about it, and has won many medals at the Great American Beer Festival. This included two gold medals in 2007 & 2008, and three silver medals in 2002, 2008, & 2009. This year in 2015 this mystery beer celebrates it's 150th anniversary. What is the name of this mystery beer? (The correct answer is Hamms beer.)

Mystery Beer #75 (Solved by drbj)

For mystery beer question #75 let's do something real special, and discuss the nick name given to a beer. Back in the year 1972 when 25.4 ounce cans of this particular kind of Australian beer first started arriving on the shores of the United States they resembled motor oil cans. So naturally beer loving Americans decided to nickname these beer cans oil cans, and that nick name has stuck ever since. What is the name of this famous Australian beer that now is called by the nickname the oil can? (The correct answer is Fosters Lager.)

Mystery Beer #76 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery beer #76 may be a root beer, but as it's name suggest it's certainly not in anyway your father's root beer. Unlike normal non-alcoholic root beer this beverage out of La Crosse, Wisconsin packs a whopping punch of 5.9% alcohol. So it's best that you don't drive a car or operate machinery while consuming one of these root beers, and remember that this is a beer and not a Soda Pop. What is the name of the brewery that produces Not your father's root beer? (The correct answer is the Small Town Brewery.)

Mystery Beer #77 (Solved by drbj)

Sometimes you may think that brewers are running out of ideas to name their new beers, This is where the idea for mystery beer question #77 came from. So for my shortest mystery beer question so far, what brewery went so far as to name one of it's newest beers - Helles Yeah? (The correct answer is the Jacob Leinenkugel brewing company)

Mystery Beer #78 (Solved by fatdaddy)

Mystery Beer #78

Mystery beer #78 is a dog gone good beer known as Lagunitas Ale. Lagunitas is brewed and keggified with some very interesting warnings on it tags. These exact worded warnings include that this bad boy will rupture if you zone out, and pressure it above 60 PSI. You should use only tapping equipment, and pressure regulators equipped with a pressure relief valve thingy. This is serious. You don't want to accidentally wear this keg. What are the two different locations in the United States where Lagunitas fine ales are brewed? (The correct answer is Petaluma, California & Chicago, Illinois.)

Mystery Beer #79

I thought that I've seen just about it all until I laid my eyes upon this next mystery beer. The above photo of this very interesting looking fish is on a case that contains six 12 ounce cans of beer packing 7% alcohol by volume. A fish picture such as this is a very interesting way, to say the least, for promoting and selling a brand of beer. Maybe that's why this brewery can be found located in San Diego, California. This particular mystery beer is an India pale ale with grapefruit, that's called "Grapefruit Sculpin". This brewer says tart freshness of grapefruit perfectly complements their India pale ale's citrusy hop character. For this mystery beer question, what is the name of the brewery of this grapefruit tasting beer?

Mystery Beer #80

When Portland unveiled a new public fountain back in 1887 a brewer offered to pump their beer through the fountain for everybody to enjoy. Can you just imagine if a brewing company did something like this today. There would be a line a mile and a half long just to be able to get a glimpse of the beer fountain. Today this brewer's playful spirit lives on not only in beer , but also in a refreshing hard soda that is made with real cane sugar, and packs a hard punch of 4.2% alcohol by volume. What is the name of this gracious out going brewing company?

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Beer beer is good for your heart. The more you drink, the more you fart. The more you fart, the better you feel. So drink more beer at every meal.

Australia’s Nail Brewing Company has been brewing craft beer for nearly a decade, and their limited edition Antarctic Nail Ale sold at an auction for $800.00.

The world's 2nd most expensive beer.
The world's 2nd most expensive beer.

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Can you name these mystery beers? 140 comments

Wooded 5 years ago

I just heard about this Batch 19, I believe it is Coors.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Wooded - Coors is incorrect.


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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

Great hub.

Take care

Eiddwen.


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Cogerson 5 years ago from Virginia

I know that Coors is doing a Coors Batch 19 Pre-Prohibition Style Lager...but you say it is not Coors so how about...Hallertauer Hersbrucker?


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Cogerson - It's not Hallertauer or Hersbrucker either.


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AliciaC 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

I don’t known much about beer, so I’m not even going to try to guess the name of the brewer, but I would like to compare the taste of the old beer with the taste of current versions. Thanks for the information.


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ahostagesituation 5 years ago

Oh how interesting!!! Very cool.


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Healing Touch 5 years ago from Minnetonka, MN

I know. It is 1919 Root Beer.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Healing Touch - No it's really a beer, but good try.


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Healing Touch 5 years ago from Minnetonka, MN

Oh No, I thought I was so smart.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Oh try again Healing Touch. I'll give you a hint - the first reader to respond "Wooded" was pretty close, but just missed.


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Just Ask Susan 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Budweiser


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Susan - No it's not Bud either.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

I can't resist a challenge. Is it Miller Coors? :)


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Yes drbj It is, and you win again. The proper way it's spelled is MillerCoors. I've been waiting for a month since March 29th 2011 for someone to come along and name the answer, and I knew you could do it. A more detailed answer is above.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I almost forgot, drbj I want to present, and award you with the official Hub Pages "at-ta-boy" for guessing the correct answer! Congratulations drbj !


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

Very interesting stuff! I enjoyed this read. Thanks for the follow!

JSMatthew~


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Thank you for the prestigious (?) award. I will place it on my virtual desk. And I NEVER guess, THS - I research!


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Mystery beer #2 - Coors (of Colorado) markets Killian's Irish Red in the U.S. (originally a ruby-colored ale).

Mystery beer #3 - The beer that made Milwaukee famous is Schlitz beer.

For info about beer see my hub: "Tribute to Beer - an Amazing Beverage."


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Very good drbj, I knew you could get it & wouldn't let me down. The names of the beer were correct - George Killians Irish Red Premium Lager, and good ole Schlitz. And since I ask only for the name of the beer I must award you the two virtual at-ta-boy's. However MillerCoors brews both of these beers at other brewerys outside Colorado as well. Great job & I will check out this hub of yours.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Mystery Beer #4 in the specially designed vortex bottle is Miller Lite (MillerCoors).

Mytery Beer #5 in the bottle with the medieval emblem for steel is Steel Reserve 211 High Gravity (MillerCoors).

Now here's a 3-part question for you, T.H.S. What is the most expensive beer in the world? Where can you buy it? How much does it cost?


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Correct again drbj, and I believe you can find the answer to your question above. Thank you so much for all of your help here, and please note the change to this hub's title! Have a nice day!


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Now that's funny, THS - love the new hub title!


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N.E. Wright 5 years ago from Bronx, NY

After doing some extensive research on this topic, I believe I have solved your mystery beer questions. The answers are as follows; #6 D.G. Yuengling & Son (originally Eagle brewery) which was established in Pottsville, Pennsylvania in the year 1829. #7 Jacob Leinenkugel brewing company. #8 Coors Light. #9 Schaefer Beer. #10 Ice House Beer. Looks like now there's a two way tie for 1st place in this hub for that At-a-boy. What's next?


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

It took some time for the last 5 questions to be correctly answered, but we do have a winner in our midst now. Congratulations N.E. Wright on getting all five answers for all five questions correct. Now it appears as though there is a two-way tie between both drbj and N.E. Wright for having answered five questions each correctly. So that means that I will just have to add more questions to break this historical tie. Congratulations again to N.E. Wright and good luck to all who try!


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Hi, THS, I just retrned from a quick weekend trip to Sarasota (FL) and discovered these additional 'beery' questions awaiting solutions.

Here are my answers: Mystery Beer #11 - the light beer with only 64 calories and 2.4 carbs is MGD Light - Miller Genuine Draft Light.

Mystery Beer #12 - the beer established in Milwaukee in 1844, red, white and blue bottle/can is Pabst Blue Ribbon from the Pabst Brewing Co.

Mystery Beer #13 - the beer from Australia is Foster's - distributed in the U.S. by SAB Miller, a Foster's licensee.

Mystery Beer #14 - the champagne of beers is none other than Miller High Life disributed by Miller Brewing Co.

The MOST expensive beer - you were close with Nail Ale - is not Nail but Vielle Bon Secours which sells for $1,000 a bottle or $78 pint. And it can be purchased from only one bar, the Bierdrome in London, England.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

My hat is off to you again drbj. There was one slight little problem, But I'm going to give you the much deserved at-ta-boy for all of your noted hard work. Question #11 actually is - Miller Genuine Draft 64 light beer. You see there is also a Miller Genuine Draft light beer as well. These breweries don't miss a thing these days. Now as far as Vielle Bon Secours beer goes, in this economy one would be much better off buying them selve a keg of beer. Do you know how many kegs of beer a person could buy for a $1,000? I'm impressed once again with your knowledge of the beer industry, and I'm going to have to start coming up with harder questions for you.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Hi, THStory, sorry for the delay. With reference to Question #15, the Miller Coors home draft system was originally tested with Miller Lite (which was in a slump at the time)and Coors Light(which had been gaining market share). But you already know that! :)


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I knew you would get around to answering question #15 sooner or later drbj. Even though it took you a whole 2 months. Be sure to stay tuned for the next question coming soon to a hub near you.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Hi, THS - Darned if I didn't think I had already answered #16. The correct answer is: (drum roll, please) - Ballantine Ale from the Papst Brewing Company, Illinois, U.S.A. Sorry about the delay.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Hey, THS - re mystery beer #17, I believe you are referring to Lone Star Beer with the star on the label which was born and bred in Texas, 1845. Distributed by Pabst Brewing Company. 'Remember the Alamo' appears on the 6-pack carton.


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TheHoleStory 5 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

#17 is correct again drbj :)


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peepingtomb 5 years ago

What a great hub. I'm sorry to have missed out on solving a few.


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peepingtomb 4 years ago

#18 is Root Beer? I hope to make my own some day.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are 100% correct peepingtomb, and I bet it took you less time to answer this question then it did for me to write it :)


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peepingtomb 4 years ago

Mystery beer #19, the Grand Cru, costs $7.99 at a Total Wine in SW FL.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct Peepingtomb, and $7.99 a bottle is a very good retail price. The price ranges between $7.99 to $13.99 a bottle, and I've even heard of the price topping the scales at $20.00 a bottle or $210.00 for a case of 12 bottles, just like the one pictured in the question above. Here's a link for more prices - http://www.artisanwinedepot.com/PhotoGallery.asp?P...


fatdaddy 4 years ago

#20 is Stroh's.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct fatdaddy, the correct answer to mystery beer question #20 is Stroh's beer. In the late 1990's the fire brewing of the beer was done with a small propane flame at the bottom of the brewing tank. This was done just so that they could legally continue to advertise the beer as fire brewed. Today that has all been done away with.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Answer to Mystery Beer #21 - Miller Lite. The Vortex bottle was introduced for Miller Lite by MillerCoors. The bottle has specially designed grooves inside the neck that “create a vortex as you’re pouring the beer.” Supposed to improve the taste. Seems like a gimmick to me.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I've been wondering where you have been drbj. Two people has out guessed you in your absence. But very good, the answer was lite beer from Miller. And yes I would say it's a gimmick as well, but it sells beer doesn't it?


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Donald1960 4 years ago from United States

Great Hub,ideal for starting new busy week. Now I'm thinking to start collecting beer bottles, funny.


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pinto2011 4 years ago from New Delhi, India

Quite engrossing and engaging. Great way of constructing things.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Mystery Beer #22 is Rolling Rock originally brewed at the Latrobe Brewing Company in Pennsylvania. In May, 2006, Anheuser-Busch purchased the Rolling Rock and Rolling Rock Green Light brands. There are a number of theories about what the number 33 on the label represents.

Mystery Beer #23 is Carling Black Label Beer and the flat top can was brewed by Carling Brewing Co., Cleveland, Ohio.

Mystery Beer 24 is "2 degree below ale" and it is brewed at New Belgium Brewery, Fort Collins, Colorado.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

drbj, you got 2 out of 3 correct this time. Question #22 is Rolling Rock which was originally brewed at the Latrobe Brewing Company in Pennsylvania. Question #24 is New belgium brewing company out of Fort Collins, Colorado. However you are about 400 miles off on where mystery beer #23 was brewed and filled at. Try again!


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Civil War Bob 4 years ago from Glenside, Pennsylvania

Excellently done article! Did you know that Carling Black Label was the #1 choice of Muhlenberg Bad Beer Nights in the early '70s? Yepper...how did I know? Been there, drunk that.


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ElizaDoole 4 years ago from London

Excellent hub for human beer anoraks. Voted up!


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Mystery beer #25 is Keystone. The marketing slogan is "Always Smooth, Even When You're Not." The spokesperson is an actor who uses the name of Keith Stone. Figures.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Here's another stab at answering beer question #23: Today Black Label is brewed by Miller breweries under contract to Pabst at Eden, NC and Trenton, OH.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Thank you ElizaDoole for voting my beer hub up! drbj you got Keystone correct, however you are still way off on Mystery question #23. I'll give you another hint - The only thing you have correct about Can-B is that you are on the correct coast of the United States. Wrong states though, try again.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I've added two more photos of the Black Label Can-B, in an attempt to help solve this question, and get it off the books once and for all. Good Luck!


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

My last try, THS. How about Baltimore, MD as the brewery for Carling Black Label in the 60s? This beer has been brewed over time in many of the major U.S. cities as well as in the U.K. and South Africa. Chasing it down requires research above and beyond.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations drbj, It only took you 8 days to figure out mystery beer question #23. Baltimore, Maryland is the correct answer. On the side of the Black Label can it says in alphabetical order - "Plants at Atlanta, Ga.; Baltimore, Md.; Belleville, Ill.; Cleveland, O.; Fort Worth, Tex.; Frankenmuth, Mich.; Natick, Mass.; Tacoma, Wash.; Contents 12 Fl. Ozs." Given that the tax stamp on the bottom of the can is from the Commonwealth of Virginia, then Baltimore, Maryland is the only logical location by proximity for the brewery's distribution network. Your getting slower in your old age drbj & now I can finally take this question off of the books :)


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

For a minute there drbj, I thought that I was going to have to list the city of Baltimore's sports teams as a clue for you in mystery beer question #23. I'm glad to see that it didn't have to come to all of that. :)


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angie ashbourne 4 years ago

Hi! The Hole Story I love this Hub!!!! Angie


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Thanks Angie, Do you want to give mystery beer question #26 or #27 a try?


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Mystery beers #26: the malt liquor represented by the blue bull logo is Blue Bull brewed by Schlitz Malt Liquor. Zane, the one-ton Brahma bull that was featured in TV ads was really a eunuch.

The angry-looking green and brown hornet that some called a bee is featured on the label of Mickey's fine malt liquor.

Mystery beer #27 that features photos of wild life was brewed by Schmidt premium beer, later G. Heilman Brewing Co./Pabst Brewing Co. The slogan: "Beer that grew with the Great Midwest" is actually a misnomer since it was brewed in the MIDWEST - Minnesota!


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct once again drbj, and I was starting to wonder if you got lost on your way here.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

I would be happy to try to answer your mystery beer questions sooner, ths, but as your follower I am only notified when you publish a NEW hub but not when you revise one already published. Also - in the slogan above, I meant to write 'Great Northwest' but it came out 'Great Midwest' instead. An Oops! moment.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You know I'm just playing dbrj, and I want to congratulate you on holding the lead at 19 correct questions answered. There will surly be more questions to follow, as soon as I can figure out how to make more up :)


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bankscottage 4 years ago from Pennsylvania

TheHoleStory, great Hub! I'll e-mail it to my beer snob sons to see if they can identify the mystery beers.

For Mystery Beer #1, I would have guessed, Straub, my hometown brewery. Although the beer is not hoppy, it is a great lager brewed with the same recipe for over 130 years. It is all natural, made with 4 ingredients, no sugar or preservatives. (The locals claim it is ok for diabetics). Check out my hub on the brewery.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Okay, ths - here are the answers to your latest mystery beer questions #28, 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33.

Question #28 - the punch top can - Miller Coors Miller Lite

Question #29 - Olde Frothingslosh beer - Pittsburgh Brewing which advertised it as the 'pale stale ale with the foam on the bottom. Marsha Phillips was the name of the woman who was the model for Miss Olde Froshingslosh.

Question #30 - MillerCoors Miller High Life welcoming veterans back to the HIGH life.

Question #31 - Billy Beer was produced by Falls City Brewing Company (based in Louisville, KY), Cold Spring Brewing, West End Brewing and Pearl Brewing Co.

Question #32 - Anheuser-Busch InBev brews Bud Light Platinum.

Question #33 - Boulevard Brewing Co. is located in Kansas City, Missouri. You might be interested to know that one of their products is Chocolate Ale. True!


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I believe drbj that you now hold the indisputable record for the longest answer anywhere on the Hub Pages. Miller High Life Light is also welcoming back our veterans, but that's close enough for me since I didn't ask for the name of the beers. Congratulations drbj on getting all six out of six questions correct.

These questions have been sitting around on this hub collecting dust for a while, and I'm glad you finally made it back to put them to rest. Now all that you have left to do is guess the name of the birthday cake on the "Mystery Cake" hub. Take care, and I hope to see you there.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Hi, ths. The answer to Mystery Beer question #34 - a Belgian style wheat ale - is Blue Moon brewed by the Blue Moon Brewing Company, Golden, Colorado.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct once again drbj, except blue Moon is brewed by the MillerCoors brewing company, and not the Blue Moon brewing company. I'll be more than happy to give that one to you. The only thing left now is for you to guess the name of that cake in the mystery cake hub. It's really not as hard as everyone has made it out to be.


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DearBandit 4 years ago

Holy beer info.


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C V Singh 4 years ago

You have researched a lot about the topic and provided plenty of the information. To sum up - great hub having useful information - Thumbs up.


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Robert Connor 4 years ago

Nice beer post one of my best home made beers is pumpkin with a hint if thai pepers while they are green. Have a great day on purpose!


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Answer to mystery beer #35, THS, is Henry Weinhard is the old-time brewer of that root beer with the old-time sayings on the bottle caps like 'Flip My Lid,' and 'Roll out the Barrel.'

I also added the answer when I responded to your comment (thanks) on my hub: OMG Funny Photos.


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TheHoleStory 4 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations once again drbj on getting another one correct. I know that question was a bit harder, since all you really had was a picture of a bottle cap to go by. :)


True Blue Beer Lover 3 years ago

I want to get into some of this action. The answer to question #36 could only be Milwaukee's Best Light Beer.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Hi, ths - Old Milwaukee Light beer now brewed by the Pabst Brewing Company won all those prestigious awards is 2005 through 2008.


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Good try True Blue Beer Lover, and you did get the Milwaukee part right, but it was Old Milwaukee Light just like drbj said. Congratulations again drbj, however Miller-Coors is contracted through Pabst (Who probably no longer even has a brewing company standing) to brew Old Milwaukee Light. I'll have to dream up another question for you now!


True Blue Beer Lover 3 years ago

Since I wasn't correct on my first attempt at your mystery beer questions, I'm going to give question #37 a shot. I know Sierra Nevada beer is a fairly popular beer in that part of the country, and that's my final answer for question #37!!


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I'm sorry True Blue Beer Lover, but that's not quite the right answer. Please try again and give it another shot.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

The answer to mystery beer #37, ths, is India Pale Ale brewed by the Blitz-Weinhard Brewing Company located on the 44th parallel.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Mystery Beer #38 is the Blue Moon Brewing Company of the Tenth and Blake family of craft breweries and import beers, a division of MillerCoors. Mystery Beer #39 is the original teardrop bottle was Michelob (Anheuser-Busch). Mystery Beer #40 is the Blue Moon Brewing Co. (Keith Villa was previously at Molson Coors). #41 answers are as follows: Yuengling 1829, National 1872, Miller 1855, Pabst 1844, Anheuser Busch 1852, Joseph Schlitz 1849, Stroh's 1850. The word is . . . brewing. Cheers!


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are 100% correct on all 5 questions drbj. My only question to you now is where have you been? Cheers to you as well :)


wanderingbeergeek 3 years ago

#42 - that would be Summer Shandy (though more properly called a radler)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

#42 is Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy; Fruit/Vegetable Beer-style beer which is brewed by the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company in Chippewa Falls, WI.


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

That's correct wanderingbeergeek! Wanderingbeergeek got the question correct, and beat you by a whole hour drbj. That's just the way the cookie crumbles sometimes.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

The answer to question #43 is Coors Brewing Company now known as MillerCoors - in 1959 they brought beer to the market in 100% recyclable aluminum beer cans.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Re question #44 concerning Third Shift Amber Lager, the answer is no - the beer is not bottled only at night on the third shift. Although that would make a good story!


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations, you are correct once again on both questions drbj.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Regarding Question #45, THS, in 1842 the citizens of Plzen in the Czech Republic (formerly known as Bohemia) developed a new light-colored beer called Pilsner Urquell. The name of the brand, Pilsner, has become so popular that Pilsner became the name of this new styled beer made by other brewers as well.


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TheHoleStory 3 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are 100% correct again drbj. It was Pilsner Urquell, which is a very famous beer out of the Czech Republic. I also wish to apologize for misspelling your name some in this hub, and I believe I've made all of the necessary corrections to my errors. Hang tight ,and I'll have another mystery beer question for you as soon as I can think one up. It seems that you answer them faster then I can write them :)


fatdaddy 2 years ago

The answer to Mystery beer question #50 is as short and sweet as the question itself. Back in the day the Fischbach Brewery use to brew Cardinal beer. I know this because it's name sake is a town in Germany that holds a notorious prison for American GI's.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I'm very impressed fatdaddy with your beer knowledge. You are correct with your answer to question #50, and the Fischbach Brewing Company use to brew Cardinal beer back in the day.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

The answer for mystery beer question #46 is Blue Moon is the name of the brewing company that produces the very colorful graffiti collection. I actually saved one of these bottles, and have it on a shelf with my beer memorabilia collection. I'm going to try to figure out the answers to your other unanswered mystery beer questions.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct once again fatdaddy, and the Blue Moon Brewing Company is the maker of those colorful 22 ounce beer bottles in the graffiti collection. That's two correct answers in a row for you now, and you are officially in third place with the Results & statistics of all the correct mystery beer answers. Good luck with the other unanswered mystery beer questions, and it looks like drbj really has some hot competition on their boots now.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

I believe I have the correct answer for mystery beer question #47. According to Wikipedia, Worthington’s White Shield is the second oldest continuously brewed beer brand in the English Midlands. I really love that picture of the old car with a beer bottle built on top of it!


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

For the 3rd straight time in just 6 weeks you are correct once again fatdaddy. The correct answer to Mystery beer question #47 was indeed the English Midlands. Congratulations for catching drbj off guard once again!


fatdaddy 2 years ago

The answer to mystery beer question #48 boils down to simply nothing more than simple math. According to this beer's label the Belgian abbey beer St. Stefanus dates back well over 700 years to it's roots in the year 1295. Now that's a history lesson!


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct about the year in mystery beer question #48, and that was quite a history lesson going back 719 years all the way to the year 1295. Your on a roll fatdaddy, and you are now tied in 2nd place for the correct mystery beer answers in this hub's all time statistics. Good luck with the other 5 still unanswered mystery beer questions.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

I'm going to attempt to give you the answer to mystery beer question #49 roughly as the crow flies. The Fox Barrel cidery is actually located in Colfax, California which is situated to the North of Sacramento California. The distance in miles from Foxborough, Massachusetts to Colfax, California where Fox Barrel ciders are made is 2,964.8 miles.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

That's close enough for any answer here on this hub fatdaddy. I had the distance figured out from the cidery to the stadium to be around 2,961.7 miles, which is only a difference of 3.1 miles. There may have been some sort of detour that made the distance longer because of the harsh winter weather conditions that we are all experiencing. Either way you are the winner with the correct answer now for the 5th time in a row, and with a grand total of 6 correct answers total now. Keep up the great work fatdaddy with the current remaining 5 mystery beer questions.


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drbj 2 years ago from south Florida

For Mystery Beer #51 - when Belgian-Style Pale Ales became popular in the 40s, they were ordered by the round due to their balanced taste. That is how I believe Blue Moon came up with the name, 'Rounder'.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Good to have you back drbj. You are once again correct as you have been so many times in the past. This particular beer got it's name from being ordered by the round. There are another 6 mystery beer questions waiting upon your expertise.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

I'm going to try my luck on another mystery beer question, since it appears that drbj has finally decided to wake up from a long hibernation and answer more mystery beer questions. After doing a little bit of research I believe the correct answer to mystery beer question #52 is Jacob Leinenkrugel brewing company is the brewer of Canoe Paddler beer.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

I'm glad to have both you fatdaddy and drbj back in action here at the good old Mystery Beer hub. You are 100% correct once again fatdaddy about Canoe Paddler beer being brewed by the Jacob Leinenkrugel Brewing Company. There's still another 7 mystery beer questions up for grabs by anyone who wants to try their luck.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

This time I'm going to try my luck now at mystery beer question #53. The correct answer is MillerCoors brewing company is the brewery who brews this bold new spirited golden lager called "Fortune". From what I've been told by friends is that Fortune beer is one of the smoothest drinking beers that they have ever tasted. However you have to be careful because it will certainly sneak up on you since Fortune beer contains 6.9% alcohol in it, which is over twice as much alcohol as a regular beer contains.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations, you are once again absolutely correct fatdaddy, and the answer to question #53 was MillerCoors brewing company. There are still 7 more unanswered mystery beer questions, going all the way up to question 60, which are waiting on your or anyone else's responses. Good Luck!


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Bubblegum Jones 2 years ago from the house right next door to Honey Boo Boo (AKA: Honey Boo Boo's next door neighbor)

This looks like one of the most popular hubs on all of the Hub Pages, and it's now time for me to try my luck. The answer to mystery beer question #54 is Guinness, which is the beer that sports a harp on it's label.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Welcome to the big mystery beer competition here at the Hub Pages Bubblegum Jones. Congratulations you are absolutely correct with your very first answer here which was Guiness beer. Try your luck on the other currently 7 unanswered mystery beer questions.


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Bubblegum Jones 2 years ago from the house right next door to Honey Boo Boo (AKA: Honey Boo Boo's next door neighbor)

Since I got one mystery beer question correct I'm going to now try another one. I believe the answer to mystery beer question #55 is Miller Genuine Draft Beer.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

The answer to mystery beer question #55 was indeed Miller Genuine Draft beer, and you now have two correct answers in a row Bubblegum Jones. I invite you to try your luck at the other 6 unanswered mystery beer questions in this hub.


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Bubblegum Jones 2 years ago from the house right next door to Honey Boo Boo (AKA: Honey Boo Boo's next door neighbor)

The name of this reoccurring brewery that's in this hub for question #56 is the Blue Moon brewing company.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You hit it right on the head Bubblegum Jones, and you are absolutely 100% correct once again. The correct answer to Mystery Beer Question #56 was indeed the Blue Moon brewing company. Don't slow down now, you only have 5 unanswered questions left to go.


fatdaddy 2 years ago

I've been out of the loop for a while with a broken computer, but I've now solved all of my PC issues, and I'm all ready to answer some more of your world famous mystery beer questions. The answer to mystery beer question #57 is Molson beer, and the answer to question #58 is McSorley's Irish Pale Ale. Next the answer to question #59 is the holiday of St. Patrick's Day. Finally the answer to question #60 is the country of ancient Greece.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

fatdaddy you've hit a grand slam home run when it comes to answering the mystery beer questions in this hub, and all 4 of your answers are hits & 100% correct. Don't stop there, because another 2 unanswered mystery beer questions still remain open for anyone to answer on this hub. GOOD LUCK!


fatdaddy 2 years ago

It's time to put a couple of more mystery beer questions to rest. For the answer to mystery beer question #61, the Maryland town that Dead Rise Summer Ale is brewed in is Frederick, Maryland. The answer to mystery beer question #62 is Narragansett Beer is name of the beer that is brewed at a Rochester, New York brewing company. The answer to your last mystery beer question will have to wait, because at the moment what the word Horchata means isn't waiting on the end of my tongue.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are on a roll fatdaddy, and both Frederick, Maryland and Narragansett beer are the correct answers to both mystery beer questions #61 & #62. Get back to me on mystery beer question #63 when you have what the word Horchata means waiting on the end of your tongue. I'd be very interested in hearing the answer from you or anyone else on what the word Horchata means!


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drbj 2 years ago from south Florida

Hi, THS. In Mexico, Spain and other Latin American countries, horchata means a milky drink made from ground almonds, tiger nuts, or rice. Sometimes it is spicy.


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TheHoleStory 2 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Welcome back, and that's 100% correct drbj! We haven't seen you around these parts since way back on mystery beer question #51. I'll have to get busy again and start thinking up some more mystery beer questions for everyone out there. Until then take care!


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drbj 22 months ago from south Florida

The answer to question #64 is Coors Peak - the new gluten-free beer set to be launched in Feb. 2015 by MillerCoors.

The answer to question #65 is in the world of beer, the initials, IPA, stand for India Pale Ale. Who knew? :)


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TheHoleStory 22 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations, you are correct on both questions once again drbj. So far you have had the right answer 40 out of 65 times on this hub drbj. My long term goal for this hub was always to have a grand total of 100 mystery beer questions in the end, so some beer enthusiast out there still has a slight chance of toppling you down from your thrown. However I really don't see that happening in the future. Stay tuned for more mystery beer questions to come down the old dusty beer trail.


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drbj 21 months ago from south Florida

The answer to Mystery Beer question #66 is Utz! The full name for these new chips is Limited Edition Utz Yuengling Hot Wing Sauce Potato Chips.


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TheHoleStory 21 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations your correct once again drbj with the answer of Utz Potato chips. It looks like it's back to the drawing board once again for me to start working on some more mystery beer questions for you.


fatdaddy 15 months ago

The National Brewing company in Baltimore, Maryland was the brewing company that Natty was from and is a spokesman for. I hope this marriage works out the the two newlyweds.


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TheHoleStory 15 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

For the 15th time now fatdaddy you are once again 100% correct. The correct answer for mystery beer question #67 was the National Brewing Company as you stated. Keep up the good work!


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drbj 15 months ago from south Florida

Here are the answers to the Mystery Beer questions #68, 69 and 70. The answer for #68 is the Primo Brewing company in Honolulu formed in 1897 which gave itself the title, Hawaiian original beer. The company is currently owned by Pabst Brewing Co.

The answer for #69 is the Big Island in Hawaii inspired and is the birthplace of Kona Brewing Co. which manufactures Big Wave Golden Ale and Longboard Island Lager.

The answer for #70 if Fitger Brewing Co. in Duluth, MN which produced soft drinks during Prohibition including ginger ale, and other soft drink flavors including orange, grapefruit, strawberry, lemon and black cow.

Skoal!


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TheHoleStory 15 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations you answered two out of three questions correctly drbj. The correct answer to mystery beer question #68 was Primo beer, and the correct answer to mystery beer question #69 was the island state of Hawaii. However for mystery beer question #70 I was looking for another answer. Fitger Brewing Company wasn't the only brewery to have produced ginger ale during the period of prohibition. I'll give you another hint drbj to help you get the answer to mystery beer question #70. This particular brewery which produced ginger ale during prohibition was founded in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in May 1867. Good luck!


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drbj 15 months ago from south Florida

#70 could have several answers, THS, since many breweries during Prohibition turned to manufacturing soft drinks. But the brewery founded in Chippewa Falls, WI in 1867 and still operating today is Leinenkugel's. (not an easy name to spell correctly)


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TheHoleStory 15 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations you are completely correct this time drbj, and Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company is the right answer for mystery beer question #70. I'm going to try to have a grand total of 100 mystery beer questions in all, and I hope the hub pages hangs around long enough for me to do it. You are also right about it not exactly being an easy name to spell correctly.


fatdaddy 14 months ago

Repeating the right & correct answer for mystery beer question #71 just like it was back for mystery beer question #45 (Drum Roll Please) ....................... is once again the world's original pilsner beer from way back in the 1800's Pilsner Urquell.


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TheHoleStory 14 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

For the 16th time now fatdaddy you are correct again with your answer for mystery question #71. Just like it was for mystery beer question #45 the right answer is Pilsner Urquell. Don't stop here there's still another mystery beer question waiting to be answered.


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drbj 14 months ago from south Florida

Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, Delaware is the answer to your Mystery Question #72. Don't think I would fancy a craft beer with that name.


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TheHoleStory 14 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

With all of our fellow hubbers leaving I was starting to wonder what happened to you drbj, but I'm thrilled to have you back in action. As always you are correct, and the dogfish head brewery is the correct answer for mystery beer question #72. I don't know either about the taste of the beer, but I do know that they have some really great tasting bratwurst out there which I highly recommend.


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Poethepoet 13 months ago from Charm City

The answer to mystery beer question #73 has to be the Blue Moon brewing company. Who else other then Blue Moon or Samuel Adams has such a bunch of nasty tasting beer in their portfolio. You can give me a good old National Bohemian beer any day of the week.


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TheHoleStory 13 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You are correct Poe with your answer of the blue Moon brewing company, and I tend to agree with you on National Boh.


fatdaddy 11 months ago

I believe the correct answer to mystery beer question 74 is Hamm's beer, which I've drank before and is a pretty good brew. Besides I've always liked the Hamm's jingle that gets stuck in my mind every time I heard it.


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TheHoleStory 11 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Hamm's beer is indeed the correct answer fatdaddy for mystery beer question #74. Don't stop now because that's 17 questions you've gotten correct so far, and I totally agree with you about the jingle.


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drbj 11 months ago from south Florida

The answer to Mystery Beer question #75 is Foster's Oil Can (beer). Foster's Australia partnered with Miller Brewing Co. in 1972 when the Foster's Can arrived in the U.S. and Americans gave it the nickname Foster's Oil Can.


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TheHoleStory 11 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Congratulations for the 46th time drbj for getting the correct answer once again, which is the one and only Foster's Lager oil can beer. I now just have to come up with 25 more mystery beer questions to finish up this hub.


fatdaddy 11 months ago

Merry Christmas and I'm pretty that the answer for mystery beer question #76 is the small town brewery.


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TheHoleStory 11 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

Merry Christmas and you are surely correct for the 18th time now fatdaddy with your answer "The Small Town Brewery". That would really make one powerful root beer float.


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drbj 11 months ago from south Florida

Re Mystery Beer #77: the beer, Helles Yeah, (love that name), is a lager style beer brewed and named by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company in Chippewa Falls, WI.

Merry Christmas to you!


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TheHoleStory 11 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

You got it right on with the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Merry Christmas to you too drbj.


fatdaddy 9 months ago

For mystery beer question #78 the two different locations in the United States where Lagunitas fine ales are brewed are Petaluma, California & Chicago, Illinois. Keep those mystery beer questions coming HoleStory.


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TheHoleStory 9 months ago from Parsons, West Virginia Author

For the 19 time now fatdaddy you are correct once again. You are indisputably in second place, and I promise to keep these mystery beer questions coming until the day I hit that magical number of 100 questions.

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