Who First Invented Beer?

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The oldest confirmed accounts of brewing are approximately 6,000 years old, and it was done by the Sumerians. No one knows today precisely how it happened, but it could be that a portion of bread or grain became soaked and a short time later, it started to ferment and then an inebriating pulp resulted.
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