Thursday, 12 May 2016

You can make 'diamond leggings' in Minecraft

Your targets this week:

1+ out of 6: Well done, you beat us!
3+ out of 6: We'd have won with you on our team!

The attendees
1) The statistician
2) The doctor

The ones that got away
1) In beer, what does IBU stand for, or measure?
2) Arrange these from weakest to strongest: Bock, Doppelbock, Hellesbock, Eisbock.
3) Identify the company from one of its slogans: "A diamond is forever".
4) Identify the product from its slogan: "Do you eat the red ones last?"
5) Whose logo is pictured?
6) Whose logo is pictured?
Questions 5 (left) and 6 (right)

The answers

The doctor's excuses

How did you do? Would you have beaten us (1 or more point)? Would you have helped us win (3 or more points)? Let the world know with the poll below, then read on for my alternative questions (loosely) inspired by this week's Ones That Got Away!

Our alternative questions
1) A solid red triangle was the first ever trademark registered in the UK. To which brand/brewery does it belong?
2) Let's keep this beer logo train going. What brand of beer - notable for its spawning of the "Most Interesting Man in the World" Internet meme - derives its Spanish name from a commemoration of the arrival of the 20th Century?
3) De Beers was founded by Cecil Rhodes, whose British South Africa company founded a territory that is now modern-day Zambia and which other country?
4) Purple Skittles are grape flavoured in most locations, but what flavour (from the shrub with taxonomical classification Ribes nigrum) are they in the UK?
5) The US TV network (and acronym) OWN is named after which TV star?
6) Letters from 4 logos have been expertly edited and used to make up the abbreviation OTGA. For 1 point, name all 4. Hint: the products are all of a similar type.

Question 7

The answers

How did you do on my alternative questions? Have another poll!

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