Oldest evidence of beer found in Iraq

Archaeologists have found traces of beer in Iraq, dating back 2,500 years to ancient Mesopotamia and the Babylonian Empire. While texts from those forgotten days speak of fermented drinks, this is the “oldest direct evidence” of beer discovered, Smithsonian reported.


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