Pub quizzes have been always a great way to enjoy the night with friends and family while having your favorite drinks. Even more, you can learn many interesting facts and broaden your trivia knowledge in different fields. Check out these 100+ easy pub quiz questions and answers and have fun. They cover everything, from culture, music, geography, and history to sport, car, science, and more.
105 Easy Pub Quiz Questions and Answers
1. What is the capital of Austria?
2. What is the best selling brand of tea in the United Kingdom?
C. Scottish Blend
3. In which of the following sports do we need a shuttlecock?
4. Which country in Europe has the largest population?
5. What is the name of the lead singer of the British rock band Coldplay?
A. Jonny Buckland
B. Will Champion
C. Chris Martin
6. Not including jokers, what is the number of cards in a pack of cards?
7. In which year did Elizabeth II officially become Queen of the United Kingdom?
8. What does a cobbler typically make and repair?
9. Before Donald Trump, who was the president of the United States of America?
A. George Bush
B. Barrack Obama
C. Bill Clinton
10. What does WWW in a website address stand for?
A. Wide World Web
B. World Wide Website
C. World Wide Web
11. Anfield Stadium is home to which famous football club in England?
C. Manchester City
12. What are the colours of four stars on the national flag of New Zealand?
A. White and black
B. Red and white
C. Blue and red
13. What does BBC, the public service broadcaster in Britain, stand for?
A. British Broadcaster Corporation
B. British Broadcasting Company
C. British Broadcasting Corporation
14. In the periodic table of elements, the letter “H” represents which chemical element?
15. 5 basic senses of humans include touch, taste, hearing, sight, and …
16. Which famous actor played Captain Jack Sparrow in the film series “Pirates of the Caribbean”?
A. Orlando Bloom
B. Brad Pitt
C. Johnny Depp
17. What is the total number on an English jury?
18. A typical margarita cocktail recipe needs three ingredients: lime juice, orange liqueur/Cointreau/sec, and which alcoholic drink?
19. What is the highest mountain in the world?
A. Mount K2
B. Mount Lhotse
C. Mount Everest
20. In which U.S city can we find the Statue of Liberty?
A. Los Angeles
B. New York City
C. San Diego
21. In which year did World War II end?
22. How many months of the year have exactly 31 days?
23. Mark Zuckerberg is the co-founder and CEO of which social network?
24. Which is the number next to 20 when moving clockwise on a dartboard?
25. In which century was the year 1275?
A. 12th century
B. 13th century
C. 14th century
26. What was the first album by the rock band The Beatles?
A. A Hard Days Night
B. Please Please Me
C. With The Beatles
27. The British Royal Navy was established in which century?
A. 15th century
B. 16th century
C. 17th century
28. What is the other name of the courgette vegetable in the United States?
C. Egg plant
29. Which phobia term is used for the fear of being cold?
30. What is the largest land mammal in the world?
31. Which mythological monster is known for having 9 heads?
32. In 1945, the United States dropped the world’s first atomic bomb over which Japanese city?
33. Which artist is known for the painting “Mona Lisa”?
A. Pablo Picasso
B. Leonardo da Vinci
C. Claude Monet
34. Which is the farthest planet from the sun in the solar system?
35. What is the largest country in the world by area?
A. The United States of America
36. How many valves are there in the heart?
37. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger are all members of which house in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?
38. What do we call a baby rabbit?
A. A cub
B. A kit
C. A fawn
39. What does the letter “Q” stand for in LGBTQ?
40. How many minutes in total are there in a football match, excluding extra times?
A. 45 minutes
B. 90 minutes
C. 120 minutes
41. Which singer is often dubbed “The Gloved One” or “The King of Pop”?
A. Justin Bieber
B. Michael Jackson
C. Shawn Mendes
42. The chemist and physicist Marie Curie, who was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize twice, was born in which country?
43. How many wings do mosquitoes have?
44. Which gland in the body is responsible for controlling the rate of producing energy?
A. Thyroid gland
B. Endocrine gland
C. Pancreas gland
45. Approximately how much DNA do chimpanzees and humans share?
A. 53 per cent
B. 79 per cent
C. 98 per cent
46. The Latin name “Caledonia” was used by the Romans to refer to which part of the modern-day United Kingdom?
47. Which city in England was once known as Duroliponte?
48. In 1796, the first successful vaccine was created by Edward Jenner. Which illness did this vaccine protect against?
49. Finland officially declared independence from which country in 1918?
50. Which author is known for popular fairy tales, such as “Sleeping Beauty”, “Hansel and Gretel”, “Cinderella”, and “Snow White”?
A. The Brothers Grimm
B. Hans Christian Andersen
51. Which alcohol is traditionally used on Christmas to flame a pudding?
52. King Edward and Maris Piper are varieties of which food?
53. What is the speed of light?
A. 186,000 miles per second
B. 186,000 miles per minute
C. 186,000 miles per hour
54. Which substance has the chemical formula H2O?
55. Bremen, Stuttgart, and Cologne are cities in which European country?
56. Complete the title of the following play by Williams Shakespeare: “The Merchant of …”?
57. The dish Scotch Woodcock is made from which kind of fish?
58. Which singer has the most number one singles ever in the United Kingdom?
B. Elvis Presley
C. Elton John
59. In which year did Britain officially leave the European Union?
60. How many letters are there in the modern English alphabet?
61. What is the total number of lines on the London Underground?
62. What is the most spoken language in the world?
63. Which country has the world’s longest coastline?
64. In the story “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dicken, how many ghosts emerge to Scrooge?
65. The novel “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens is about which two cities?
A. Newcastle and London
B. London and Paris
C. Paris and Liverpool
66. At which temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit equal to each other?
A. 100 degrees
B. 0 degree
C. -40 degrees
67. Which scientist is the author of “A Brief History of Time”?
A. Isaac Newton
B. Albert Einstein
C. Stephen Hawking
68. What is the name of the airport in Liverpool?
A. John Lennon Airport
B. Gatwick Airport
C. Heathrow Airport
69. Which flower is known as the national symbol of Wales?
70. How can we tell the approximate age of most trees?
A. Count the rings on their trunk
B. Measure their height
C. Measure their width
71. Which species of bird can lay the largest eggs?
72. What is the Secret Intelligence Service of the United Kingdom commonly known as?
73. How many legs do lobster have?
74. Which metal is combined with copper to make brass?
75. Which scientist is known for formulating the three laws of motion?
A. Isaac Newton
B. Galileo Galilei
C. Albert Einstein
76. The lira was the official currency of which European country until 1999 when it was replaced by the euro?
77. Which of the following words is the opposite of nadir?
78. A pluviometer is an instrumented used by scientists to measure what?
C. Electric currents
79. The Nasdaq Stock Market is located in which financial centre?
B. New York City
80. Clove oil was used in ancient Chinese medicine to alleviate which illnesses?
81. What is the highest title that a chess player can achieve?
B. FIDE Master
C. International Master
82. What is special about the following sentence: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”
A. It is the lyrics of a well-known song
B. It is an English proverb
C. It uses all letters in the English alphabet
83. Which of the following initials refer to Royal Dutch Airlines?
84. Which of the following is not a basic gait of horses?
85. Which god rules the underworld in Greek mythology?
86. Mont Blanc is the highest peak in which mountain range?
A. The Himalayas
B. The Alps
C. The Andes
87. As of 2020, what is the largest company in the world by market capitalization?
A. Saudi Aramco
88. From which country did Karate originate?
89. If we add up the opposite sides of a dice, the results are always the same. What is it?
90. In which Italian city did Juliet and Romeo live?
91. John Davison Rockefeller built his fortune in which industry?
92. Who was the third son of Eve and Adam in the bible?
93. The Bermuda Islands are located in which sea?
A. Aegean Sea
B. Atlantic Sea
C. Mediterranean Sea
94. On which day of the year do we celebrate Halloween?
A. September 31
B. October 31
C. November 31
95. Which company is known for manufacturing Walkman, a popular brand of portable media players?
96. The RMS Titanic was built in which British city?
A. Belfast, Northern Ireland
B. Liverpool, England
C. Glasgow, Scotland
97. Which reaction happens when electricity passes through water?
98. Iceland shares its border with how many countries?
99. The tango dance originates from which country?
100. What is the largest island in the Mediterranean?
101. Which nut is the main ingredient in marzipan?
102. What is the largest organ in the human body?
103. Which breed of dog is Snoopy?
B. Golden Retriever
C. Pit bull
104. What is the typical colour of emerald?
105. What does the word “pizza” mean in Italian?
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