How to play   

1. Read the question below out loud to the other player(s).

2. The other players are allowed to discuss the answer together, however, they can only submit 1 answer to you.

3. If the group's answer is correct, you take 3 sips.

4. If the group's answer is incorrect, they all take 3 sips each.

Question: What are the names of Kim & Kanye’s four children?

Answer: North, Saint, Chicago, & Psalm

Question: Which young artist claimed five Grammys at the 2020 Grammy Awards?

Answer: Billie Eilish

Question: What U.S. state drinks the most alcohol per person?

Answer: Nevada

Question: What is the oldest known alcoholic drink?

Answer: Mead

Question: What is Australia’s national animal?

Answer: Kangaroo

Question: A pool ball set includes how many balls (including the white ball)?

Answer: 16 total.

Question: On average, how many grapes does it take to make a bottle of wine?

Answer: 400 (accepted answers range from 350-450)

Question: Which country was Rihanna born in?

Answer: Barbados

Question: What color are the standard mile marker signs used on the Interstate Highway System in the United States?

Answer: Green

Question: In the 2008 movie "Step Brothers", what is the name of Huff and Doback's entertainment company?

Answer: Prestige Worldwide

Question: What is the loudest animal on earth?

Answer: Sperm whale

Question: The unicorn is the national animal of which country?

Answer: Scotland

Question: In the state of Georgia, it’s illegal to eat what with a fork?

Answer: Fried chicken

Question: Which type of cactus is distilled to create tequila?

Answer: Agave cactus

Question: What does the beer abbreviation IPA stand for?

Answer: India Pale Ale

Question: Which country is the origin of the drink sake?

Answer: Japan

Question: Which country is home to the beer Victoria Bitter?

Answer: Australia

Question: What was the name of Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie's reality show?

Answer: The Simple Life

Question: What is a duel between three people called?

Answer: A Truel

Question: How long is New Zealand’s Ninety Mile Beach?

Answer: 55 miles

Question: What can be broken but is never held?

Answer: A promise

Question: What is the nearest planet to the sun?

Answer: Mercury

Question: How many hearts does an octopus have?

Answer: 3

Question: What is Earth's largest continent?

Answer: Asia

Question: What's the smallest country in the world?

Answer: Vatican City (Fun fact. It's less than two-tenths of a square mile!)

Question: Abe Lincoln was a champion at what sport?

Answer: Wrestling

Question: Montana has three times as many of what animal that it does people?

Answer: Cows

Question: In A Bar, If You Were To Order A Boilermaker, What Would You Get?

Answer: A shot of whiskey followed by a glass of beer

Question: What Year Did Game Of Thrones Premiere On HBO?

Answer: 2011

Question: What Is The Technical Name For The Hashtag Symbol?

Answer: An octothorpe

Question: Which Sport Has Been Played On The Moon?

Answer: Golf

Question: Which singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?

Answer: Lady Gaga

Question: What is the female equivalent of polygamy?

Answer: Polyandry

Question: The Pyrenees mountain range separates which two European countries?

Answer: France and Spain

Question: Which is largest: a megabyte, a kilobyte, or a gigabyte?

Answer: Gigabyte

Question: What is the green pigment in plants called?

Answer: Chlorophyll

Question: What is Yodaʼs last name? (The green guy from Star Wars)

Answer: He doesn't have one

Question: Who was the voice behind Woody, behind the children’s favorite animated movie the toy story?

Answer: Tom Hanks

Question: Which sport requires the largest field in terms of surface area?

Answer: Polo. A polo field is 900 feet long by 480 feet wide.

Question: Which country is known to consume the highest amount of beer per person on average?

Answer: The Czech Republic

Question: Which country has the tallest people in the world on average?

Answer: Officially, Sweden. Unofficially, South Sudan. Both answers are accepted. South Sudan does not have enough verified data to take the number 1 spot.

Question: What was the first feature-length animated movie ever released? (Hint: It was a Disney Movie)

Answer: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Question: What TV series showed the first interracial kiss on American network television?

Answer: Star Trek

Question: What awards has an EGOT winner won?

Answer: An Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and a Tony

Question: What famous US festival hosted over 350,000 fans in 1969?

Answer: Woodstock

Question: Which two countries have not missed one of the modern-day Olympics?

Answer: Greece and Australia

Question: Which is the only American Football team to go a whole season undefeated, including the Super Bowl?

Answer: The Miami Dolphins (1972)

Question: Dump, floater, and wipe are terms used in which team sport?

Answer: Volleyball

Question: How many points did Michael Jordan score on his first NBA game?

Answer: 16 points

Question: What is the opposite of matter?

Answer: Antimatter

Question: In a game of bingo, which number is represented by the phrase “two little ducks”?

Answer: 22

Question: What does the H stand for in the medical abbreviation ADHD?

Answer: Hyperactivity

Question: Who was US president during World War I?

Answer: Woodrow Wilson

Question: Which movie features the song Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead?

Answer: The Wizard of Oz

Question: In which film did father and son actors Will and Jaden Smith first appear together

Answer: The Pursuit of Happyness

Question: Tennis star Serena Williams won which major tournament while pregnant with her first child?

Answer: The Australian Open

Question: Which NFL team holds the record for the most Super Bowl appearances?

Answer: New England Patriots

Question: Which US city is known as the City of Brotherly Love?

Answer: Philadelphia

Question: In the American TV show The Office, what are the names of Jim and Pam Halpert’s kids?

Answer: Cecelia “Cece” and Phillip

Question: What is Michael Scott's catchphrase in the American TV show The Office?

Answer: That's what she said

Question: In The Matrix, does Neo take the blue pill or the red pill?

Answer: Red

Question: What flavor of Pop Tarts does Buddy the Elf use in his spaghetti in Elf?

Answer: Chocolate

Question: What famous L.A. landmark is heavily featured in Rebel Without a Cause?

Answer: Griffith Observatory

Question: Coprastastaphobia is the fear of what?

Answer: Constipation

Question: What was Marilyn Monroe’s natural hair color?

Answer: Red

Question: Who sang about being an “eggman” and a “walrus”?

Answer: The Beatles

Question: What flavor is Cointreau?

Answer: Orange

Question: On average, what is the thing that Americans do 22 times in a day?

Answer: Open the fridge

Question: A crossbreed between a donkey and the zebra is known as?

Answer: Zonkey

Question: What is strange about the reproductive system of male snakes?

Answer: They have 2 penises

Question: What is it called when a bottle of champagne is open with a sword?

Answer: Sabering

Question: What is the name of the vehicle that Scooby-Doo and his friends travel in?

Answer: The Mystery Machine

Question: What is the world record for number of hot dogs eaten in one sitting?

Answer: 74