In the December issue of the journal Antiquity, archaeologists describe evidence of nearly 11,000-year-old beer brewing troughs at a cultic feasting site in Turkey called Göbekli Tepe. And archaeologists in Cyprus have unearthed the 3,500-year-old ruins of what may have been a primitive beer brewery and feasting hall at a site called Kissonerga-Skalia. The excavation, described in the November issue of the journal Levant, revealed several kilns that may have been used to dry malt before fermentation.
i'll be dogged.. they were Moonshiners! I'd bet that less technical ways of making KooKoo juice had been discovered and known for thousands of years before that?
Fruit + time = grampa howling at the moon.
Edited by lightly, 02 January 2013 - 12:55 AM.
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