This is the answer for level 4-29 of Logos Quiz. Your answers may be in a different order, so use the navigation if your question does not match up. The hint for this level is Letter F in red inside the letter O in yellow.
Logos Quiz Level 4-29 Answers
Fosters was founded in 1887 in Australia by William and Ralph Foster. The two brothers were Irish-American, and moved from New York to Melbourne, initially brewing small batches of lager beers. Their beer was eventually sold to soldiers during the Boer War, and was later merged with Carlton to form Carlton United Brands, which offered a number of other beers. In the 1970s, Foster’s was introduced to the UK and US, where the shape of the cans caused American consumers to call the beer “Foster’s Oil Cans.” The beer is now most popular in the UK, and has relatively low sales in Australia, despite being marketed as the epitome of Australian beer. Within Australia, other CUB brands such as Carlton Draught are significantly more popular. This has not kept CUB (now called the Foster’s Group) from aggressively branding the beer under the slogans “Get some Australian in You,” “Australian for Beer,” and producing commercials featuring kangaroos, didgeridoo music, and Australians in cork hats. The alcohol content of Foster’s varies by country, from 4% to 5%, and has its highest alcohol content in the US.