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If you ask a Lviv resident to introduce you to the local beer and cuisine, he will certainly tell you about the brewery that was built in 1715 and is still in operation today. It is older than the famous Guiness. The first Brewery Museum in Ukraine was opened with the assistance of "Lvivske" in 2005 and now there is a modern museum and cultural complex of beer history called "Lvivvarnya".
The "Lvivske" trademark inherited the oldest Ukrainian beer, which was first brewed by monks back in 1715. Today "Lvivske" has become a part of culture and history of our land, a symbol of eras and pride of the country. Numerous Lviv proverbs are associated with it: "He who drinks Lvivske beer lives a hundred years" or "Lviv beer- is class". Lvivske beer changed the face of the city, and numerous restaurants and taverns were opened there, which are still enjoyed by visitors today.
In medieval Germany, beer experienced its second birth. At first, the Germans brewed beer that didn't taste too good, because they put everything at hand into it: oak bark, ash leaves, even bull bile.
Finally the right ingredients were found. It all started with the so-called "hop revolution", which took place around 800 under Charlemagne. Beer production became a major export item. So in 1516, Bavaria passed Europe's first beer law, the "Reinheitsgebot", which translates as "the commandment of purity". The law stipulated that beer could only be brewed from water, barley and hops.
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