Drinking in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
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Drinking in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
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Darius Baronas | ldkistorija.lt 2017 december 15 d. 16:28

Alcohol, produced by fermenting liquids, has been known in
many continents and cultures from as far back as the stone
and bronze ages. The first knowledge of consumption of
alcoholic beverages in the Balt lands, provided by the
Anglo-Saxon traveller Wulfstan who visited the lower reaches
of the Vistula River, date back to the end of the 9th
century: “Kings and nobility drink mare milk, while the
poor and slaves drink mead.”

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