Take This Alcohol Quiz to Test Your Drinking Knowledge!

Alcohol comes in many varieties. But however different, all alcohol is primarily made up of hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen molecules. If you just learned something new, there might be more to this social elixir than you thought! Find out by taking our fun and educational alcohol quiz below. Then you will see how much you really know about this simple compound!

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Sports Page Lounge 317-897-7449

Which Type of Alcohol is Used to Make Alcoholic Beverages?

a. Methyl
b. Ethyl Alcohol
c. Isopropyl Alcohol

Which Alcoholic Beverage Contains the Highest Percentage of Ethyl?

a. Wine
b. Beer
c. Champagne

Which Description is NOT a Property of Alcohol?

a. Flammable
b. Denser Than Water
c. Higher Boiling Point

Which Area of the Brain is Affected First by Alcohol Consumption?

a. Limbic System
b. Hypothalamus
c. Cerebral Cortex

When Under the Influence of Alcohol, Which Area of the Brain Affects Memory and Emotion Control?

a. Medulla Oblongata
b. Cerebral Cortex
c. Limbic System

Which Organ Breaks Down the Ethanol in Alcohol?

a. Liver
b. Kidneys
c. Gallbladder

How Much Alcohol Can a Person’s Body Burn in 60 Minutes?

a. 0.10 Ounces
b. 0.15 Ounces
c. 0.5 Ounces

How Much Alcohol in the Bloodstream is Eliminated By a Person’s Lungs?

a. 1%
b. 5%
c. 10%

Which Body Tissue Does NOT Dissolve Alcohol?

a. Epithelial Tissue
b. Muscle Tissue
c. Fat Tissue

Which Statement is a Common Incorrect Theory About Alcohol?

a. Drinking Alcohol Will Make You Warm
b. Drinking Alcohol Will Dehydrate You.
c. Drinking Alcohol Will Help a Hangover.

Why Does Alcohol Consumption Cause Sweating and Flushed Skin?

a. Increased Body Heat
b. Increased Blood Flow
c. Dehydration

Which Things Does the Absorption Rate of Alcohol Depend On?

a. Level of Activity, Water In-Take, and Body Weight
b. Concentration, Age, and Body Weight
c. Concentration, Carbonation, and Food In-Take

Which Statement is True About Alcohol and Sexual Performance?

a. Sexual Performance is Increased
b. Sexual Performance is Reduced
c. Sexual Performance is Not Affected

When Touching Your Finger to Your Nose in a Sobriety Check, Which Area of the Brain Controls this Action?

a. Limbic System
b. Cerebellum
c. Medulla Oblongata

Ready For Your Results?

HERE ARE THE ANSWERS…

1 = AEthanol is carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.

2 = CChampagne contains 12% alcohol compared to wine, which has 11%, and beer which has 4 to 8%.

3 = BAlcohol is less dense than water and evaporates at lower temperatures. This is why it can be distilled.

4 = CThis part of the brain manages speech, judgement, and perception.

5 = CThis part of the brain includes the hippocampus and septal area, which deals with emotions and memory.

6 = AThe process of ethanol breakdown is called oxidation, which is enabled by an enzyme called alcohol dehydrogenase.

7 = CA 12 ounce can of beer would take an average of 1 hour to burn off.

8 = BThe lungs exhale 5% of alcohol, which is detectable by a breathalyzer.

9 = CAlcohol does not, cannot, dissolve in the water within fat tissue.

10 = AAlcohol increases blood flow temporarily, but it actually causes a body to lose heat.

11 = BAlcohol increases blood flow to the skin, which temporarily gives a warming sensation, but decreases body heat.

12 = CThese three factors affect how quickly alcohol absorbs into the blood stream.

13 = BSexual behavior may increase, but performance declines.

14 = BThis part of the brain controls fine movements.

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Sports Page Lounge Indianapolis, Indiana

Sports Page Lounge
317-897-7449

Visit us at Sports Page Lounge, located off of I-465 and Pendleton Pike, in the Lawrence township area! Our friendly neighborhood sports bar serves the coldest drinks in Indy! Order from our full bar of house and premium spirits, our wide range of bottle and draft beers, and our non-alcoholic drink selections. We also offer a full lunch and dinner menu with tasty appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and our famous pizza! Call 317-897-7449 to learn more about our upcoming events, activities, and specials.

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