Bih-luh

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1-poe bih-luh.

Bih-luh ia̍h be̍h-á-chiú sī chi̍t khoán thông-hêng sè-kài ê chiú-cheng-sèng ím-liāu, sī lī-iōng toā-be̍h, sió-be̍h, ia̍h kî-tha kok-lūi lâi hoat-kàⁿ liōng-chō.

Le̍k-sú[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Ū chèng-kù chai-iáⁿ bih-luh ê chè-chō tī Kó͘ Ai-ki̍p ê Chêng-ông-tiâu sî-tāi (chêng 5500–3100 nî) chio̍h chûn-chāi. Pí-lūn tī Téng Ai-ki̍p ê Abadiyeh bōng-tē ū hoat-kiàn bih-luh ê che-tái.

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  • Ian S. Hornsey (2003). A History of Beer and Brewing. The Royal Society of Chemistry. ISBN 0-85404-630-5.