Kvass is a traditional Slavic and Baltic fermented beverage commonly made from
rye bread, Which is also known as black bread, especially in Russia.
Aug 11, 2013 ... Russians have been drinking kvas, a barely alcoholic fermented grain drink, for
centuries. But the version sold commercially in the U.S.?
Feb 19, 2012 ... Bread Kvas is uber popular in Russia and Ukraine. You might compare it to a
sweet, non-alcoholic beer. Enjoy it cold on a hot summer day.
Kvass, an ancient Russian beer, is a low alcohol (<2% ABV) bread-y beer with a
slight sour tartness.
Bread drinkA fizzy bread drink sometimes referred to as Russian cola, kvas
literally means leaven. Its origins go back fifty centuries fifty is not a typo!
If you haven't seen kvass at the grocery store, chances are you soon will. Kvass is
the new trendy beverage due to its probiotic and anti-cancer benefits.
Learn more about the Kvass style of beer, plus recommendations for food
pairings and glassware.
Kvass is a alcoholic drink made in Russia. It ends up as a foggy liquid with yeast
suspended in it, and has a very low alcohol level.
Kvas (квас) is an ancient and beloved beverage from Slavic Eastern Europe.
While it is basically a low-alcohol beer, it is enjoyed as a soft drink, even by small
Aug 13, 2015 ... Kvass is one of the national drinks of Russia and Eastern Europe. It is said that
kvass is good for digestion, detox and is most efficient drink for ...