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150+ Fun Bar Trivia Questions and Answers

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Fun Bar Trivia Questions

Trivia Question: A pool ball set includes how many balls?
Answer: 16

Trivia Question: The average human body contains how many pints of blood?
Answer: Nine

Trivia Question: What are the names of Kim & Kanye’s four children?
Answer: North, Saint, Chicago, & Psalm

Trivia Question: What is the diameter of a standard dartboard?
Answer: 17 & 3/4 inches

Trivia Question: Other than water, what is the most consumed beverage?
Answer: Tea

Trivia Question: The Munich beer festival is held in which month?
Answer: October

Trivia Question: What soft drink began in Morison’d Drug Store in Wako, Texas in 1885?
Answer: Dr. Pepper

Trivia Question: Who were known as the “Fab Four”?
Answer: The Beatles

Trivia Question: Which author wrote Jurassic Park?
Answer: Michael Crichton

Trivia Question: Which famous singer’s documentary was released in 2020 and is titled Miss Americana?
Answer: Taylor Swift

Trivia Question: How many times has Kim Kardashian been married?
Answer: Three

Trivia Question: Which young artist recently claimed five Grammys at the 2020 Grammy Awards?
Answer: Billie Eilish

Trivia Question: What is the highest-grossing video game franchise to date?
Answer: Mario

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

Trivia Question: In China, if you order “white tea,” what do you get?
Answer: Boiled water

Trivia Question: Who was everyone’s first friend on the MySpace platform?
Answer: Tom

Trivia Question: What whiskey brand was advertised with two terrier dogs?
Answer: Black & White

Trivia Question: Which royal couple recently asked to be relieved of their duties?
Answer: Megan Markle & Prince Harry

Trivia Question: Who has the most followers on Instagram as of April, 2020?
Answer: Cristiano Ronaldo

Trivia Question: Which celebrity is launching her beauty line with Sephora in June, 2020?
Answer: Selena Gomez with her line “Rare Beauty”

Trivia Question: Pulque is a beer made from what?
Answer: Cactus

Trivia Question: What is the most complicated cocktail to create in the world and how many ingredients is it made with?
Answer: The Commonwealth, created to honor the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow is made with 71 ingredients from all around the world

Trivia Question: Who starred as Mr. Rogers in the film It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood?
Answer: Tom Hanks

Trivia Question: Who wore a dress made out of meat at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards?
Answer: Lady Gaga

Trivia Question: What year did Game of Thrones premiere on HBO?
Answer: 2011

Trivia Question: What year was Prince George born?
Answer: 2013

Trivia Question: Caitlyn Jenner used to be known by what name?
Answer: Bruce

Trivia Question: Finish this famous Queen line: “Is this the real life or…”
Answer: “…is this just fantasy?”

Trivia Question: “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz” was an advertising slogan for what?
Answer: Alka Seltzer: “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz, oh what a relief it is!”

Trivia Question: Who was the first singer to ever appear on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine?
Answer: John Lennon

Trivia Question: How many baseball players take the field in a baseball game (both teams included)?
Answer: 18

Trivia Question: In the human body what is the hallux?
Answer: Big toe

Trivia Question: What cocktail is made with white creme de menthe and brandy?
Answer: Stinger

Trivia Question: What year was McDonald’s founded?
Answer: 1940

Trivia Question: What is the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drink?
Answer: Beer

Trivia Question: All Chick-fil-a restaurants are closed for business on which day of the week?
Answer: Sundays

Trivia Question: Finish this popular Britney Spears line: “Oops I did it again, I played with your heart…”
Answer: “…got lost in the game”

Trivia Question: Which body parts continue to grow throughout your lifetime?
Answer: Nose & Ears

Trivia Question: What is the name of the new bachelor show premiering in April, 2020?
Answer: Listen to Your Heart

Trivia Question: What is the national animal of Canada?
Answer: Beaver

Trivia Question: What is the difference between tequila and mezcal?
Answer: Tequila is made in Jalisco, Mexico from Blue Weber agave, while mezcal can be made anywhere in Mexico from a wide range of agave varietals

Trivia Question: What did Lady Diana work as prior to getting married into the royal family?
Answer: A nanny

Trivia Question: Who was the candidate on ABC’s The Bachelor in 2020?
Answer: Peter Weber

Trivia Question: Which famous boy band premieres a campaign with FILA in 2020?
Answer: BTS

Trivia Question: Which season will be the last for CW’s Supernatural?
Answer: Season 15

Trivia 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

Trivia Question: Between which years was the alcohol Absinthe banned in the United States?
Answer: 1912-2007

Trivia Question: Which fast food restaurant premiered their new breakfast menu in 2020?
Answer: Wendy’s

Trivia Question: Finish the next line of the Beatles’ song “Hey Jude”: “Hey Jude, don’t make it bad…”
Answer: “…Take a sad song and make it better.”

Trivia Question: Which couple is set to premiere their Network, Magnolia Network, in October 2020?
Answer: Chip & Joanna Gaines

Trivia Question: Finish this famous line: “R-E-S-P-E-C-T…”
Answer: “…find out what it means to me.”

Trivia Question: What is the only vowel on a standard computer keyboard that is not in the top line of letters?
Answer: “A”

Trivia Question: How many stars are on the European Union flag?
Answer: 12

Trivia Question: What is the official national anthem of the United States of America?
Answer: The Star-Spangled Banner

Trivia Question: Which famous company launched their streaming service in 2019?
Answer: Disney+

Trivia Question: Finish this famous line: “Hold me closer tiny dancer…”
Answer: “…count the headlights on the highway.”

Trivia Question: Which Disney channel show starred Hilary Duff and her character’s inner cartoon?
Answer: Lizzie McGuire Show

Trivia Question: What is the name of the classic Christmas song that Mariah Carey released in the 90’s?
Answer: “All I Want for Christmas is You”

Trivia Question: Who is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, better known as?
Answer: Rapper, Eminem

Trivia Question: On average, how many grapes does it take to make a bottle of wine?
Answer: 400

Trivia Question: What letter represents potassium in chemistry and a strikeout in baseball?
Answer: K

Trivia Question: Which film was the first non-English language film to win an Oscar for Best Picture?
Answer: Parasite

Trivia Question: What is the most commonly transplanted organ from living donors?
Answer: Kidney

Trivia Question: Which common breakfast item beat out Kylie Jenner for most-liked photo on Instagram with nearly 54 million likes in just 10 days?
Answer: An egg

Trivia Question: Who had a 60’s #1 hit with “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”?
Answer: The Tokens

Trivia Question: How many years were between the two L.A. Olympics?
Answer: 52

Trivia Question: In which year did prohibition end?
Answer: 1933

Trivia Question: What is the name of Lori Loughlin’s character in Full House?
Answer: “Rebecca” or “Aunt Becky”

Trivia Question: “Alcohol” is a word derived from which language?
Answer: Arabic

Trivia Question: Which famous politician’s mother created the manhattan cocktail?
Answer: Winston Churchill

Trivia Question: What was the youngest age to summit Mt. Everest?
Answer: 13

Trivia Question: In Greek mythology, who is the god of wine?
Answer: Bacchus

Trivia Question: Finish the next line: “Splish, splash, I was taking a bath…”
Answer: “…Long about a Saturday night.”

Trivia Question: How high above sea level is Mt. Everest?
Answer: 29,029 feet

Trivia Question: Which famous play was transformed into a major motion picture in 2019?
Answer: Cats

Trivia Question: Who is the youngest person in history to be named TIME’s Person of the Year?
Answer: Greta Thunberg

Trivia Question: In which state was the television show Roseanne set?
Answer: Illinois

Trivia Question: In the 40’s and 50’s what was tested at “Bikini Atoll”?
Answer: The hydrogen bomb

Trivia Question: Which R-rated was the first to surpass $1 billion at the global box office?
Answer: Joker

Trivia Question: What was the name of the only song from a Hitchcock film to ever win an Oscar for Best Song?
Answer: “Que Sera Sera”

Trivia Question: Who is Boston’s third harbor tunnel named after?
Answer: Ted Williams

Trivia Question: What was the first number ever retired in the MLB and whose number was it?
Answer: #4, Lou Gerhig in 1939

Trivia Question: In 1995, which MLB team began playing in Coors Stadium?
Answer: Colorado Rockies

Trivia Question: Which brand of gin is named after the guards at the Tower of London?
Answer: Beefeater

Trivia Question: Which Japanese spirit is served warm?
Answer: Sake

Trivia Question: Which year was the last for the video store chain, Blockbuster?
Answer: 2014

Trivia Question: What is the term for having a small amount of alcohol the morning after having a lot of it?
Answer: “The hair of the dog”

Trivia Question: A ‘milk punch’ is made up of milk, sugar, and what alcohol?
Answer: Rum

Trivia Question: What are the titles of each of the Fifty Shades books/films?
Answer: Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed

Trivia Question: How many keys are on a standard piano?
Answer: 88

Trivia Question: How old was Al Capone when his reign as a crime boss ended?
Answer: 33

Trivia Question: Helen Keller dedicated her autobiography, The Story of My Life, to whom?
Answer: The great inventor Alexander Graham Bell

Trivia Question: What kitchen invention took the top prize at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893?
Answer: The dishwasher

Trivia Question: Who was the first black American to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
Answer: Emlen Tunnell

Trivia Question: What do callipygian people have?
Answer: Well-shaped buttocks

Trivia Question: Every 15 minutes cockroaches do what?
Answer: Fart

Trivia Question: What medical tool was developed in 1612 by Sanctorius?
Answer: Thermometer

Trivia Question: What is Chandler’s last name in the Friends series?
Answer: Bing

Trivia Question: In which state is Temple University?
Answer: Pennsylvania

Trivia Question: What is the national fruit of the United States?
Answer: Oranges

Trivia Question: How many siblings did John F. Kennedy have?
Answer: Eight

Trivia Question: How many 12 oz. beers are in a keg?
Answer: 165

Trivia Question: How long is a billiard cue?
Answer: 90 centimeters

Trivia Question: Finish this famous Michael Jackson lyric: “Mama always told me “Be careful what you do…”
Answer: “…don’t go around breaking young girl’s hearts.”

Trivia Question: Where is the world’s largest soccer stadium?
Answer: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with the Maracana

Trivia Question: Where did karaoke originate?
Answer: Japan

Trivia Question: What was Van Halen’s first album after David Lee Roth left?
Answer: 5150

Trivia Question: Mark Chapman, who murdered John Lennon, read what book while waiting to be arrested?
Answer: The Catcher in the Rye

Trivia Question: Who created the American television show Jeopardy?
Answer: Merv Griffin

Trivia Question: Name all four books in the Twilight Series
Answer: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn

Trivia Question: Who wrote and recorded the Big Bang Theory’s theme song?
Answer: Barenaked Ladies

Trivia Question: In what year did Jimmy Fallon take over as the host of The Tonight Show?
Answer: 2014

Trivia Question: Who is the richest Kardashian/Jenner sister?
Answer: Kylie

Trivia Question: In which year did 1999 chart as a singles hit for Prince?
Answer: 1983

Trivia Question: Which NHL coach came off the bench to play for his team in the Stanley Cup finals?
Answer: Lester Patrick of the Rangers

Trivia Question: Who was the only person in NBA history to be named Most Valuable Player, Coach of the Year, and Executive of the Year?
Answer: Larry Bird

Trivia Question: Who is the most decorated Olympian of all time?
Answer: American swimmer Michael Phelps holds the all-time records for Olympic medals (28), Olympic gold medals (23), Olympic gold medals in individual events (13), and Olympic medals in individual events (16).

Trivia Question: What was the most bombed place in WWII?
Answer: Malta

Trivia Question: What kinds of alcohol go into a long island iced tea?
Answer: Vodka, rum, gin, tequila, & triple sec

Trivia Question: In the tv show Charlie’s Angels, what was the name of the agency headed by Charlie?
Answer: Townsend Investigations

Trivia Question: What is the record for red cards given in a single soccer game?
Answer: 36

Trivia Question: What does the acronym ACLU stand for?
Answer: American Civil Liberties Union

Trivia Question: What famous boxer stated that he should be a postage stamp because that’s the only way he would ever get licked?
Answer: Muhammad Ali

Trivia Question: What did Wilhelm Roentgen accidentally discover in 1895?
Answer: X-rays

Trivia Question: What is the number of Tom Brady’s SuperBowl rings + the number of John Kelly’s SuperBowl appearances?
Answer: (6+4)=10

Trivia Question: What is the roman numeral for 500?
Answer: D

Trivia Question: What is the technical name for the hashtag symbol?
Answer: An octothorpe

Trivia Question: What is the name of the world’s longest river?
Answer: The Amazon River

Trivia Question: What is called when a bottle of champagne is opened with a sword?
Answer: Sabering

Trivia Question: What does M&M stand for?
Answer: Mars & Murrie

Trivia Question: What flower does saffron come from?
Answer: Crocus

Trivia Question: Which sport has been played on the moon?
Answer: Golf

Trivia Question: What’s the highest score you can reach in ten pin bowling?
Answer: 300

Trivia Question: What is a baby goat called?
Answer: A kid

Trivia Question: Who was the first Western explorer to reach China?
Answer: Marco Polo

Trivia Question: What is triskaidekaphobia the fear of?
Answer: Fear of the number 13

Trivia Question: Finish the next Adele line: “Hello, it’s me…”
Answer: “…I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet.”

Trivia Question: Which country has the longest coastline?
Answer: Canada

Trivia Question: Which country has the largest population in South America?
Answer: Brazil

Trivia Question: What is the deepest trench on Earth?
Answer: Mariana Trench

Trivia Question: What is the most widely spoken language in the world?
Answer: Mandarin

Trivia Question: What does HTTP stand for?
Answer: HyperText Transfer Protocol

Trivia Question: In which year was Uber founded?
Answer: 2009

Trivia Question: Which natural disaster is measured with a Richter scale?
Answer: Earthquakes

Trivia Question: What food is the leading source of salmonella poisoning?
Answer: Chicken

Trivia Question: Which auto brand was the first to offer seat belts?
Answer: Nash Motors

Trivia Question: How many times does the heart beat per day?
Answer: About 115,000

Trivia Question: Van Halen used the police code 5150 as a title for one of their albums. What does the code mean?
Answer: Escaped lunatic

Trivia Question: What was the name of the Benedictine monk who invented champagne?
Answer: Dom Pérignon

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