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The earliest historical records we have show that beer was first brewed by the A. monks in the Middle Ages. B. Sumerians. C. Egyptians. D. Irish.
The earliest historical records we have show that beer was first brewed by the Sumerians.
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The earliest historical records we have show that beer was first brewed by the Sumerians.
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