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Imagine a beer scene so rich and unique that it feels like stepping into a time machine. From the amber-colored, hoppy, and fruity IPAs to beers infused with peculiar ingredients like peas, flowers, or raspberry, Lithuania's beer has some unexpected flavors for every taste.

Imagine a beer scene so rich and unique that it feels like stepping into a time machine. From the amber-colored, hoppy, and fruity IPAs to beers infused with peculiar ingredients like peas, flowers, or raspberry, Lithuania's beer has some unexpected flavours for every taste. The secret ingredient is… tradition. Forget lab-grown yeast; local brewers pass on yeast from one generation to the next, adding layers of complexity to each brew. The practice dates back to Pagan times, and there’s even a beer god called Ragutis, who has a small altar dedicated to him in the capital, Vilnius. While many countries in the region abandoned their brewing traditions in favour of mass-produced lagers, Lithuania held on – even through Soviet occupation. The result? A vibrant tapestry of micro-breweries across the country, each guarding their centuries-old secrets. If you're planning a visit, don't miss out on the famed beer tours, especially in the well-known brewing town of Biržai. Short on time? No worries! Vilnius offers its own beer adventures. Whether it's a local pilsner or a farmhouse ale, Lithuanian beers offer a warm, inviting character that's perfect for leisurely enjoyment. So, when you're in Lithuania, don't just drink beer—experience it. It's not just about quenching your thirst; it's about tasting a piece of Lithuanian history and tradition in every sip.

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