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Where does the beer come from? Only people who know beer know

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Beer is one of the oldest alcoholic beverages in the world and is the third most consumed beverage in the world after cocoa and tea. Beer was introduced into China at the beginning of the 20th century. Beer is translated into Chinese "Beer" according to the English Beer, which is called "Beer". Beer barley malt and hops, water as the main raw materials, fermentation by yeast and low alcohol wine, full of carbon dioxide, which are referred to as "liquid bread", is a kind of low concentration of alcoholic beverages. Beer ethanol content *** few, so drinking beer not only not only is not easy to be drunk, a small amount of consumption is beneficial to the health. Nowadays, most of the beer in the world is added with auxiliary ingredients. Some countries stipulate that the amount of auxiliary materials should not exceed 50% of the amount of malt. In Germany, in addition to exporting beer, domestic beer is not used in Germany. In 2009, Asia produced about 586.7 million litres of beer, overtaking Europe for the first time to become a global beer producer.

Such a great beer, where did it come from?

The "blue monument" in the Louvre museum in Paris records the time when the Semitic people of Babylon in the third century BC used beer to worship the goddess.

In fact, the inventor of beer was Sumerian.

The sumerians, who lived in Mesopotamia, were made from large malts to produce the original beer 6,000 years ago, but the beer didn"t have a rich bubble.

About 3,000 years ago, the Semitic people of Persia learned to make beer, and they also carved the method of making beer on board for the goddess of farming. In 2225 b.c., beer was popularized among the ancient babylonians who served their guests with beer. Ancient egyptians and ancient babylonians noticed the medicinal value of beer and used it to make medicine. The greeks also loved to drink beer, and they learned the way to make beer from the egyptians.

In the 4th century, beer spread throughout northern Europe. The varieties of beer are beginning to get rich, and the English honey is one of the more famous wines made from honey and water. A black beer that appears in Britain is also very famous, similar to modern black beer. In the first century AD, the Irish made a beer similar to modern pale ale.

In 1516, the Bavarian principality, William iv, issued the German beer pure wine act, which provided that beer could only be made from hops, wheat, yeast and water.

In the 19th century, with the freezing machine, people began to cook beer at a low

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