Round 1 – Beer
- What is the name for the German regulations limiting the ingredients in beer?
- What beer brand uses a photo or graphic of the Rocky Mountains?
- What beer was the first to use a can with a pull tab with a finger loop?
- What does the term “ABV” stand for?
- What six breweries are allowed to sell beer at the Oktoberfest?
Round 2 – Japan
- What is the highest point in Japan?
- What is the Japanese word for “Japan”?
- In 2011 what power plant was destroyed by an earthquake?
- The Nashi fruit is very similar to what well-known western fruit?
- The city of Tokyo was formerly named what prior to 1868?
Round 3 – Cooking
- Slicing food into long thin strips is what type of cut?
- What term describes the fat content inside of beef muscle?
- What type of lettuce is frequently served as a ‘wedge’?
- Demerara sugar originates from what South American country?
- What term describes pasta that is cooked firm to the bite?
Round 4 – USA
- Which 4 US Presidents are carved into Mt. Rushmore?
- What is the highest mountain peak in the lower 48 US states?
- The Grand Ole Opry show is performed in what US city?
- What US city was mostly destroyed during the War of 1812?
- Where is Spaceship Earth located?
Round 5 – Jewelry
- The ‘square modified brilliant’ method is better known as this.
- The Great Star of Africa is also known to be what?
- What type of decorative jewelry is designed to be attached to clothing?
- What is known as the simplest style of jewelry chain?
- What type of pendant can store a photograph inside?
Round 6 – Nature
- The pteriidae family of oysters produces this sought-after item.
- What place is considered the windiest on Earth?
- Which animal is born with eyes, but loses them when an adult?
- What is the name for the landmass created at the mouth of a river?
- What is the name of the outermost layer of the planet Earth?
Round 7 – Math
- Which discipline of mathematics is concerned with spatial relationships?
- If you subtract an equal number of items from a group, what type of mathematical operation are you performing?
- The acronym PEMDAS stands for what mathematical rule?
- What notable number is a 1 followed by one hundred 0s?
- What mathematics prize is awarded only every 3 years?
- What Roman defensive fortification was built in AD 122 and runs 117.5 km long?
- What is located at the peak of Corcovado Mountain outside Rio de Janeiro?
- What former prison is located on a small island outside San Francisco?
- This Cambodian temple is the largest religious monument in the world by area.
- This was main the summer residence of the Habsburg royal family.
Round 8 – Weather
- Cirrocumulus, Cirrus, and Cirrostratus are three types of what?
- A thunderstorm characterized by the presence of a mesocyclone also known as what?
- “Saffir–Simpson” refers to the rating of what?
- This effect is caused by reflection, refraction, and dispersion of light within water droplets.
- This item is a single ice crystal that forms in the atmosphere and falls to the ground.
Round 10 – Magazines
- The Sherlock Holmes short stories were first published in what magazine?
- The boxer Muhammed Ali appeared on the cover of this magazine in 1968 and was portrayed as shot with arrows.
- This American magazine published weekly from 1883 to 1972 was known for its high-quality photography.
- Founded by Henry Haven Windsor, this magazine promised to explain “the way the world works”.
- “Speed Secrets”, written by former IndyCar driver Ross Bentley, appears as a regular feature in what magazine?
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