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A Quiz On Soft Drinks, AKA "Pop" Quiz
"Whether you call it "pop", or "soda" or something else, it is a part of the world's subculture. Here is a quiz on various tidbits of the history and pop culture associated with soft drinks."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The logo on the "Mug" Root Beer two-liter bottle label features what breed of dog?
Different countries have different names for soft drinks. Three of these are names for soft drinks in the United Kingdom, one is not. Can you tell me which one is NOT a British alternate for the term "Soft Drink"?
Savage Garden's Billboard Top Ten debut single, "I Want You", mentions a kind of soft drink in its numerous lyrics. Which one does it name?
David Naughton, lead actor in the movie "An American Werewolf in London", appeared in a series of commercials in the 1970s as the jingle singer for popular soft drink?
Sarsaparilla, or root beer, were originally developed from a fermentation process using the root of what plant?
Which of these brand name soft drinks took its name from the malady it was originally prescribed to treat?
Which popular brand name soft drink was endorsed by Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Ted Williams?
The early 1980s saw a resurgence of a little known soft drink when the late John Candy improvised a mention of it in the movie "The Blues Brothers". What was it?
Welch's Grape Soda
Coca-Cola and other colas can trace their origins to "coca wine", first developed in 1863. In what country did this originate?
Soft drinks as we know them today wouldn't have been possible without the invention/discovery of carbonated water. Who discovered the method of infusing water with CO2, or carbon dioxide?
Pierre Jean Robiquet
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