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How to Pass the Alcohol Expertise Exam in Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth

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Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is one of the best titles in the Yakuza franchise, and one of the challenges of the game is to pass the Alcohol Expertise Exam. Getting out of outcast status is hard, but you can overcome a lot by answering a few questions the right way.

There are a lot of ways you can upgrade your character and improve your skills and abilities. The Ounabara Vocational School is one of your best options, but you need to know about a variety of topics.

How to Pass the Alcohol Expertise Exam?

If you pass the alcohol test and all the other tests, you could make your character insanely overpowered. To pass this particular exam, here’s what you should do.

You can find the Ounabara Vocational School on the west side of Hawaii, on Harbor Street, near the Anaconda Shopping Center, and south of Dolls & Devils. Before taking any of the exams here, you need a little bit of extra money, as some exams are expensive, so try to have at least $300 on you.

When you enter the building, you will trigger the “Playing with Fire” substory. You must complete the Hawaii Proficiency Tier 2 exam before you can take any other exams freely. If you fail, you could check the answers, but if you want to do it the old way, you can repeat it until you nail it.

Alcohol Test Expertise Exam Answers

There are a lot of possible questions that can appear in every vocational exam, as they change after every new try. Here are the answers you need to pass the Alcohol Expertise Exam in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth:

Question 1

Q: Sometimes a bartender may serve whisky on the rocks by simply adding a large sphere of ice. Which of the following statements about the ice sphere is false compared to regular ice cubes?

A: It is easier to prepare.

Question 2

Q: Sugarcane was once grown extensively in Hawaii. The sugar from these plants is even used to make a certain alcohol, one that a Hawaiian royal enjoyed so much that he set up his own still. What is the name of this alcohol?

A: Rum.

Question 3

Q: When mixing a cocktail, what should be added to the device shown here?

A: Ice.

Questions 4

Q: When alcohol, such as wine, brandy, and whisky, is aged in barrels, a small amount evaporates through the wood during the aging process, resulting in a slight loss. What is this phenomenon called?

A: The angel’s share.

Question 5

Q: Which of the following glasses is most commonly used to emphasize the aroma and carbonation of champagne?

A: Flute Glass, the very tall one in the picture.

Question 6

Q: The plant shown here is used in beer for its bittering, aromatic, and preservative qualities, in addition to its ability to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. What is the name of this plant?

A: Hops.

Question 7

Q: When alcohol, such as wine, brandy, and whisky, is aged in barrels, a small amount evaporates through the wood during the aging process, resulting in a slight loss. What is this phenomenon called?

A: The Angel’s Share.

Question 8

Q: A facility that produces beer is called a “brewery.” What is one that produces wine called?

A: Winery.

Question 9

Q: The drink shown here is a popular cocktail most commonly made with dry gin and dry vermouth, then garnished with an olive. What is the name of this cocktail?

A: Martini.

Question 10

Q: Which of the following cocktails shown here has “Hawaii” in the name?

A: Blue Hawaii, the blue drink on the list.

Question 11

Q: What does it mean to order a single or double whisky?

A: How much whisky to pour; This question is about the amount of liqueur in the drink.

The majority of these questions are about general bartending knowledge, and if you like it, you will easily know all of this. There are a few tricky questions, but with this cheat page, you should always get it right, all the time.

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