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History Of Beer

5000 BCE

Earliest Beer Recipe 5000 BCE

While the earliest beers likely date back even further, the earliest known written recipe is from papyrus in ancient Egypt. This form of beer was likely very different from what we know today, with a lot of sediment and drunk with a straw.

3400 BCE

BARLEY BEER 3400 BCE

The earliest evidence of barley-based beer has been found in Godin Tepe in modern Iran. The residue was found in pottery from excavations

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