What Did the Vikings Drink?

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The Vikings drank ale that was fairly weak, sweetish, cloudy and often made without hops. Even children drank ale, because the water in the wells and streams was not safe to drink.
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The universal drink of the Vikings was known as the ale. The ale drunk by Vikings is fairly weak, cloudy and flavoured with a wide variety of herbs. This drink is drunk by both children and adults and it was mostly taken during celebrations and parties.
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