To coincide with the release of each new issue of our Beer On
Tap newsletter, there will be a new quiz here with general knowledge
and beer related questions. There are no prizes - it's just a bit
of fun.* The answers can be found in issue 33 of Beer On Tap, freely
available in many north Oxfordshire pubs.
Who was Speaker of the House of Commons from 1992 to 2000?
What was the original name of The Falkland Arms at Great Tew?
What was the name of the astronaut who remained in the orbiting
command module during the first moon landing mission in 1969?
A gnu is another name for which animal?
Who is Elton Johnís long-time writing partner?
What is the name for an auctioneer's hammer?
The Campaign for Real Ale previously had a different name. What
In relation to question 7, in which year was the name changed to
what it is today?
How many English League football teams have an 'x' in their name?
(Give yourself one point for each)
Who was the second actor to play Doctor Who in the original TV
Which word can preceed Table, Biscuit and Closet?
In which English County would you find Leeds Castle?
Ken Brooker is the founder brewer of which Scottish brewery?
What is the name given to the system for categorizing library books?
Oliver Reed died during the making of which film?
According to the nursery rhyme, who 'stole the tarts'?
The characters Beatrice and Don John appear in which Shakespeare
What technique revolutionised high jumping following the 1968 Olympics?
In Scrabble, how many points is 'W' worth?
The following is an anagram of which popular brewery and one of
A sordid samba den
*The answers that appear in Beer On Tap are final and no discussion
will be entered into. You'll only get a 'point' if your answer matches
that printed in Beer On Tap. Have fun!