Trivia night is one of our favorite things at our local bar, so when we heard it was National Trivia Day today, we just had to jump in the game. It is important to not only love drinking, but also know useless information so you can impress your friends, and win.

Use these questions to prep for the epic game that you’re bound to play tonight. If you’ve got any other useless drinking knowledge for us – share in the comments.

The Questions

1. What is the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world?

2. This world’s largest tequila brand has been in operation since 1795.

3. What is the world’s best selling bourbon?

4. What is the most expensive single bottle of beer ever sold?

5. In the 1600’s, thermometers were not filled with mercury – what were they filled with?

6. What was Johnny Walker Whiskey’s original name?

The Answers

1. Bushmills – they were granted a license to distill by King James I on April 20, 1608.

2. Jose Cuervo

3. Jim Beam

4. Tutankhamen, sold for $7,686. Only 1,000 bottles were produced and the recipe and brewing method were recovered in Queen Nefertiti’s Temple of the Sun in Egypt.

5. Brandy

6. Walker’s Kilmarnock Whiskies