Welcome to our website!Kvass has been a common drink in Eastern Europe since ancient times. It was first mentioned in Old Russian Chronicles under the year 989. In Russia, under Peter the Great, it was the most common non-alcoholic drink in every class of society. Later, in the 19th century, it was reported to be consumed in excess by peasants, low-class citizens, and monks; it was, it is sometimes said, usual for them to drink more kvass than water. It has been both a commercial product and homemade.
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