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LITHUANIAN BEER SECRETS


    Beer – is one of the oldest drink during people lifetime, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic. It is the third-most popular drink overall, after water and tea. And it is not a secret, that since ancient times Lithuanians are famous for beer making. Baltic Adventure invites you take a beer tour in tradition Lithuanians breweries. During the tour you will have a possibility to see how beer is made nowadays, will be told about brewery history also you will hear the history of beer and of course the tour will be crowned by different beer tasting.

NOTE: You must be not younger than 18 if you want to participate in tasting.

Price : from 25 € per person

Participants: 5 – 50 people

Time of the tour: 2 hours

Please contact us by email booking@balticadventure.com or ph. +370 65906440 for reservations or requests. We will plan your holiday including flight tickets, accommodation, transport, bookings at the best restaurants and much more.


Facts about beer:

  • On these days Lithuania has about 80 different kinds of beer
  • According to Lithuanian Association of Brewers every resident of Lithuania on average drinks about 87 liters per year
  • In the United States Pharmacopeia, alcohol is listed as a medicine.
    All 13 minerals necessary for human life can be found in alcoholic beverages
  • The ancient Babylonians were the first to brew. In fact, they took their beer seriously, if you brewed a bad batch your punishment was to be drown in it
  • A beer lover or enthusiast is called a cerevisaphile.
  • During the European Middle Ages and the Renaissance, beer was often a nutritional necessity and was sometimes used in a medicinal setting. It could be flavored with almost anything, from the bark of fir trees to fresh eggs and thyme. Everyone drank beer, including children.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt took more than 500 gallons of beer with him on an African safari.
  • Did you know that the word “honeymoon” comes from beer?  During the time of the Babylonians the bride’s father was required to supply his son in law with all the mead he could drink for a month.  Mead is known as “honey beer” hence the term “honey moon”.
  • In the Middle Ages, beer was the everyday all day drink of choice for men, women and children. Why? --Because no one wanted to drink the polluted water supplies. The brewing process took most of the nasty stuff out of beer and made it much more desirable to drink than the local water supply.

ALSO INTERESTING TO KNOW:

What is the Most Expensive Beer in the World?

Answer:  It’s called “Tutankhamen” and is prepared according to the recipe recovered by a group of University of Cambridge archaeologists in Queen Nefertiti’s Temple of the Sun in Egypt. It costs US $52 a bottle, and is produced in limited and numbered edition.

What country has the most individual beer brands?

Answer:  That would be Belgium, with 400.


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NOTE: You must be not younger than 18 if you want to participate in tasting.

Price : from 25 € per person

Participants: 5 – 50 people

Time of the tour: 2,5 hours

Please contact us by email booking@balticadventure.com or ph. +370 65906440 for reservations or requests. We will plan your holiday including flight tickets, accommodation, transport, bookings at the best restaurants and much more.

Good to know:

Facts about beer

  • On these days Lithuania has about 80 different kinds of beer
  • According to Lithuanian Association of Brewers every resident of Lithuania on average drinks about 87 liters per year
  • In the United States Pharmacopeia, alcohol is listed as a medicine.
    All 13 minerals necessary for human life can be found in alcoholic beverages
  • The ancient Babylonians were the first to brew. In fact, they took their beer seriously, if you brewed a bad batch your punishment was to be drown in it
  • A beer lover or enthusiast is called a cerevisaphile.
  • During the European Middle Ages and the Renaissance, beer was often a nutritional necessity and was sometimes used in a medicinal setting. It could be flavored with almost anything, from the bark of fir trees to fresh eggs and thyme. Everyone drank beer, including children.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt took more than 500 gallons of beer with him on an African safari.
  • Did you know that the word “honeymoon” comes from beer?  During the time of the Babylonians the bride’s father was required to supply his son in law with all the mead he could drink for a month.  Mead is known as “honey beer” hence the term “honey moon”.
  • In the Middle Ages, beer was the everyday all day drink of choice for men, women and children. Why? --Because no one wanted to drink the polluted water supplies. The brewing process took most of the nasty stuff out of beer and made it much more desirable to drink than the local water supply.
 
 

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