2. There were over 20 different kinds of beer recipes engraved on clay tablets found in modern-day Iraq, dating all the way back to 3000-2000 BCE.
3. Allegedly, the word "bridal" originates from 19th-century England, when men would take their pals out for a final "bride ale" the day before the wedding.
4. Fill 'er up, Sam! Bet you had no idea that "cenosillicaphobia" is the fear of an empty glass.
5. Apparently the phrase "wet your whistle" comes from England as well. Pub patrons were served in mugs with whistles baked right into the rim. When the bartender heard the magic sound, it was time for a refill.
6. Scientist Louis Pasteur studied beer and fermentation, which not only helped us understand the brewing process, but also led to the invention of pasteurization and treatments for smallpox and polio.
7. Guess what? There are usually less calories in an American pale lager pint than a cup of 2% milk.
Apple juice, too!