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History of drinking and Alcohol (wl)

Brewery
- a factory where beer is made; a company that makes beer
Ferment
- to experience a chemical change because of the action of
or bacteria, often changing sugar to alcohol; to make something change in this way
Beverage
- any type of drink except water
Distil -
to make something such as a strong alcoholic drink in this way
Spirits
- a strong alcoholic drink
Consumption
- the act of buying and using products
Liquor
- strong alcoholic drink
Prohibition -
the act of stopping something being done or used, especially by law
Origin
- the point from which something starts; the cause of something
Recipe
- a set of instructions that tells you how to cook something and the ingredients (= items of food) you need for it
Evidence
- the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that something is true






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Brewery
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Ferment
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Beverage
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Distil
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Spirits
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Consumption
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Liquor
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Prohibition
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Origin
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Recipe
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Evidence
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