Welcome to the Wetherspoons trivia template! Wetherspoons is one of the most popular pub chains in the UK and Ireland, with over 900 locations and counting. Founded by Tim Martin in 1979, Wetherspoons pubs offer an extensive range of food and drinks, with an emphasis on low prices. This trivia template will test your knowledge of the Wetherspoons brand, from its origins to its services and products. So put on your thinking cap and get ready to get your Wetherspoons trivia on!
1) In which country was JD Wetherspoon founded?
2) How many pubs do The Wetherspoon Pub Company currently operate?
3) What was the first Wetherspoons pub called?
4) What year was the first Wetherspoons pub opened?
5) What are Wetherspoon branches known as?
6) What year did JD Wetherspoon expand abroad?
7) How many Wetherspoons pubs are there in the USA?
8) What is the longest street in the UK with a Wetherspoons pub?
9) What is the oldest Wetherspoons pub?
10) What fruit is featured on the logo of Wetherspoons?
11) Who is the founder of JD Wetherspoon?
12) What year was the first Wetherspoons pub opened outside of the UK?
13) How many states in the USA have a Wetherspoons?
14) In what year did JD Wetherspoon become a public limited company?
15) How many Wetherspoons pubs are there in the UK?
16) What year did JD Wetherspoon become a listed company?
17) How many countries do JD Wetherspoon currently operate in?
18) What is the most northerly Wethersppons pub?
19) What year was the first Wetherspoons opened in Ireland?
20) In what year did the 1000th Wetherspoons pub open?
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