A look at some fun facts to enjoy with your pint glass

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Beer is one of the oldest drinks known to mankind. International Beer Day (IBD) is celebrated on the first Friday of August every year. Beer is one of the oldest drinks known to mankind. It is the most loved drink by people of all ages and one of the most consumed beverages in the world. International Beer Day (IBD) is celebrated every year on the first Friday of August, as it provides an opportunity to toast with our loved ones and friends.

International Beer Day is celebrated on the first Friday of August every year. This year, it falls on August 5. Beer is the most consumed beverage by people and it is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. Here is an overview of the history and some facts about beer.

International Beer Day was founded in 2007 by Jesse Avshalomovn in Santa Cruz, California, USA. It was celebrated initially on August 5 and was later moved to the first Friday in August. The day is celebrated in pubs, beer halls and backyards around the world. This is an opportunity to raise a toast with our loved ones and friends.

Some fun facts about beer

  • The beer recipe is the oldest recorded recipe in the world. The recipe for the first known barley beer dates back to around 5000 BC.
  • Beer is the most consumed alcoholic beverage on the planet.
  • The Czech Republic was the first country to establish a beer museum.
  • Beer can be chilled in just two minutes, all you have to do is put it in a mixture of ice and salt.
  • The Weihenstephan Brewery in Germany is the oldest continuously operating brewery in the world, founded in 1040.
  • The most expensive beer is sold in Qatar where an average bottle costs 11.26 USD (830.76 rupees). While the cheapest beer is sold in South Africa, where the average price is $1.68 per bottle.
  • WWE legend Andre the Giant holds the world record for consuming the most beers in a single sitting. André the Giant consumed approximately 119 12-ounce (approximately 355 ml) bottles over a six-hour period.
  • The builders of the “Great Pyramids” of Giza were paid in beer. Researchers have found that the builders of the Giza pyramids in Egypt received rations of bread and beer as wages.
  • The strongest beer in the world is called Snake Venom which has a strength of 67.5%. The beer was created by Scottish brewery Brewmeister in 2017.