Quiz: Brian’s Brainteaser in association with the Globe Quiz

Win entry for a team of five to the Globe Quiz on July 27 plus a pitcher of Carlsberg

Brian’s Brainteaser in association with the Globe Irish Pub in Copenhagen is back, or at least for a special summer instalment to give you something to ponder while you’re away from the office.

Identify what the clues in each question (below) have in common, and then deduce the link between your five answers to solve Brian’s Brainteaser.

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Trivia this Thursday
The first correct submission sent to ben@cphpost.dk will win free entry for a team of five to the Globe quiz on Thursday July 27, plus a pitcher of Carlsberg.

Look out for the answers in the week beginning July 31.

Good Luck!


Entry to the Globe Quiz costs 30 kroner per person, with a maximum of five in a team. The quiz consists of three rounds of 15 questions each.

First prize is 1,000 kroner, second prize 500 kroner and third prize a crate of beer.

There are also bonus questions at the end of each round – two chances to win a round of drinks for the entire team, and a rollover question currently standing at 4,000 kroner – and a raffle.

The Globe Quiz officially starts at 19:30, but it’s advised you get there early (like 18:00-18:30) to ensure you get a table.





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