Beer Over the Pond

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Questions

Across

  • 1. Founded by Jacobsen
  • 2. artisanal farmhouse ales from northern France
  • 3. Think Chimay
  • 4. juniper
  • 5. Dupont makes one of these
  • 6. festival dating from 1810
  • 7. salt
  • 8. Brewed by monks
  • 9. Spain
  • 10. This style is a filtered Hefeweizen
  • 11. Blanche de Chambly
  • 12. Funky wild fermentation
  • 13. home to Stiegl
  • 14. Wheat beer literally
  • 15. Dark and black
  • 16. best-known beer in Macedonia
  • 17. located to the southwest of the vodka belt
  • 18. with yeast
  • 19. established by Minim friars
  • 20. Polish
  • 21. Icelandic bar crawl
  • 22. handpump
  • 23. registered trademark of the big six Munich breweries
  • 24. Rye beer
  • 25. Style brewed Month
  • 26. Dominant beer type in Europe

Down

  • 27. Think Flanders
  • 28. Oktoberfest cancelled 24 times because of
  • 29. purity law
  • 30. AKA Saison
  • 31. Very sour on own
  • 32. DLC in Sweden
  • 33. beer saints
  • 34. Think Skull Splitter
  • 35. original brewery closed in 1988
  • 36. Name for defunct currency
  • 37. Think Quadrupel
  • 38. common brand of beer in Austria
  • 39. Think Fullers
  • 40. Sometimes mixed with fruit
  • 41. Some say this came first
  • 42. Brewing city in Bohemia
  • 43. coined real ale
  • 44. highest beer consumption per capita in the world
  • 45. In US Budvar is named
  • 46. made with unmalted wheat
  • 47. first pilsner type beer in the world
  • 48. Think Tripels
  • 49. acquired by Carlsberg in 1970
  • 50. Ol is a translation of
  • 51. celebrated in Iceland on March 1
  • 52. Bamberg
  • 53. German exceeding 5.8%
  • 54. originally from Grimstad

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