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The Beginnings of Beer in the Ancient World

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Programs: CU on the Weekend

Presented by Travis Rupp, Instructor of Classics      

The program will discuss origins of beer production in the ancient Near East and Egypt in conjunction with the rise of domestication and farming. It will cover how this industry grew and expanded into the Mediterranean cultures of Greece and Rome, and it will examine how beer developed in cultures biased against fermented grains. Though ancient Greece and Rome boasted the superiority of the grape, beer production and consumption was at the core of Mediterranean diet and nutrition dating back to the Bronze Age.

No registration required. The presentation is part of CU on the Weekend, which is free and open to the public. Seating is limited to the first 200 people.

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Monday–Friday
8am to 5pm

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We are located at the corner of University Avenue and 15th Street in a white brick building.

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1505 University Avenue
University of Colorado Boulder
178 UCB
Boulder, Colorado
80309-0178