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Beer Brewery Locations Quiz

Name the cities historically associated with these beer labels.
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First submittedJune 30, 2012
Last updatedJune 30, 2012
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Beer
City
Budweiser
St. Louis
Coors
Golden, CO
Pabst
Milwaukee
Sam Adams
Boston
Guinness
Dublin
Bell's
Kalamazoo, MI
Rainier
Seattle
New Belgium
Fort Collins, CO
Deschutes
Bend, Oregon
Heineken
Amsterdam
Beer
City
Asahi
Tokyo
Beck's
Bremen, Germany
Molson
Montreal
Carlsberg
Copenhagen
Tooheys
Sydney
Pilsner Urquell
Pilsen, Czech Republic
Newcastle
Newcastle
Victoria Bitter
Melbourne
Boddingtons
Manchester
Sierra Nevada
Chico, CA
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level 56
Jul 8, 2012
Love Bell's! Can't believe I missed Sierra Nevada, given it's my husband's favorite! :(
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level 72
Jul 9, 2012
Heineken isn't located in Amsterdam anymore. It's in Zoeterwoude. The old brewery is a museum now
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level 57
Dec 24, 2012
"historically associated"
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level 73
Feb 28, 2014
same as pabst...made in san antonio now...but it does say historically associated
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level 82
Aug 19, 2015
Same with Samuel Adams: most of it is now made in Pennsylvania.
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level 76
Sep 22, 2015
It was never mass produced in Boston - see 'shortyoh's' comment below...
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level 84
Jul 11, 2012
I missed Newcastle!? I hate myself.
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level 66
Oct 7, 2014
So did I. And Budweiser. And I still got about twice as many as I expected to get. :D
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level 48
Jan 18, 2013
Thanks for adding Victoria Bitter! Only wish we could get it in the states
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level 39
Jan 18, 2013
deschutes makes great beer. been to their tap house as well as sierra nevada
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level 71
Nov 5, 2014
Interestingly, while Sam Adams is associated with Boston, very little of there brewing ever took place there. They first produced at a contract facility in Pittsburgh (and a few smaller contract facilities) before buying their own brewery in Cincinnati. They've since added a second major brewery in Pennsylvania - that facility and Cincinnati account for nearly all Sam Adams beers sold. The "brewery" in Boston is really just an R&D facility - not a significant producing plant.
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level 82
Dec 2, 2015
That half miss Newcastle is rather hilarious.
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level 72
Jul 29, 2018
I was looking for Sapporo before I saw Newcastle.
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level 69
Jan 26, 2017
If it's referring to the one from England, "Newcastle" is called "Newcastle brown ale". As far as I know, there's no beer just called "Newcastle".
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level 70
Oct 13, 2017
Boddingtons may be the smoothest beer I've ever tasted.

On a different note, the worst beer I've ever had, hands down, was Big Foot beer. It tasted like Big Foot's feet.
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level 59
Dec 11, 2017
none of these beers are to my taste...I am Belgian. Not one Belgian beer on the list.
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level 71
Aug 11, 2018
As good as Belgian beers are, how many do you think the general population knows? Stella Artois maybe, but no chance with the town unless they get lucky throwing a dart towards a Belgian map.
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level 27
Aug 14, 2019
Cool quiz. A little suggestion, though. Since the question is where the beer was produced historically... Budweiser was originally made in the Czech city of České Budějovice. So either České Budějovice should also be accepted as a correct answer or you should indicate that the beer in question is specifically the US version.
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level 45
Sep 20, 2019
I'm pretty sure Pabst is in Los Angeles