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Let's Have A Beer! - "The Local Crossword"

Author: Mark Padvaiskas - Bartender, The Local Pub and Teahouse

Need something to pass the time while at the pub? Try your hand at the 1st ever "Local Crossword Puzzle". Have fun testing your beer knowledge while sampling our brews on tap and in the bottle!

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6.country where Sleeman's comes from
10.very strong German lager
11.sweet ingredient used in brewing
13.a place that makes its own beer and sells at least 50% of it on premises.
14."saison" style
16.result from doing lots of crunches
18.meet me at the _ shoppe
19.Racer 5 is a good one
20.usually made out of aluminum. pl.
21.the stopper in the hole in a keg or cask through which the keg or cask is filled and emptied
22."Murphy's" for one
23.tool used to get inside
25.person who takes your luggage
31.the term for unfiltered and unpasteurised beer which is conditioned (including secondary fermentation) and served without additional nitrogen or carbon dioxide pressure.
32.process of sugars when yeast is added
34.farmhouse ales
35.festival in Germany, found in Autumn
39."something" in French
41."Molson Export" for one
47.European Brewing Convention. This scale is used to indicate colors in malts and beers.
48.the vessel in which wort from the mash is boiled with hops. Also called a copper.
49.vessel to hold your beer, in Germany
50.catalysts that are found naturally in the grain.
53.Alcohol By Volume
54.a German word meaning "yeast"
55.do it yourself beer maker
56.consequence of drinking too much of a good thing!
58.sometimes used when brewing stouts
59."slang" term for beer
61.vessel to hold your beer
62.taste sensation cause by acidic flavors
1.a fermented beverage made from apples.
2.place where it all comes together
3.necessary ingredient for brewing
4.squish together
5.one of the two types of yeast used in brewing. Also referred to as "lager yeast".
7.arguably the best way to enjoy beer, in the U.K.
8.generally, style of beer when fruits are added
9._ and beer. The two go hand in hand
12.style of hops found in the western part of the U.S.A.
13.monks from here brew good beer
15.jumps up and down
17.single-celled microorganisms that reproduce by budding
22.term for a beer that has gone bad, or "light-struck".
24.brewers' term for milled grains
25.usually yellow in color, light and crisp in taste
26.stems from part of the brewing process, in which brewers use up to three times the amount of malt than a standard Trappist "Simple."
27.a unit of measurement used by brewers in some countries.
28.a beige to dark-brown cooked sugar that is used to add color and alcohol content to beer. It is often used in place of more expensive malted barley.
29.the solution of grain sugars strained from the mash tun
30.person in charge of it all
32.conversion of sugars into ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide, through the action of yeast.
33.cask holding 54 imperial gallons ( 243 liters )
36.a place where female undergarments could be made?
37.favorite at Halloween
38."Weisse" in German
40.it's an old German beer style using Green malts which are literally dried over an open fire of beech wood, imparting a unique smokiness
42.party like atmosphere where people usually have fun
43.16 fluid ounces
44.person with a drinking problem
45.wheat style beer, in Germany
51.this is produced by the fermentation of honey, water, yeast and optional ingredients such as fruit, herbs, and/or spices.
52.one-half barrel, or 15.5 U. S. gallons.
57.beers produced with bottom fermenting yeast strains, Saccharomyces uvarum (or carlsbergensis) at colder fermentation temperatures than ales.
59._ belly
60.International Bitterness Units

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