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Цена доставки из ресторана Stroganoff Steak House: - Адмиралтейский, Петроградский, Василеостровский, Центральный районы - БЕСПЛАТНО; - Московский район - 500 руб.; - Приморский, Калининский, Фрунзенский, Невский, Кировский, Красногвардейский районы - 1000 руб.
Цена доставки из ресторана Русская Рюмочная №1: - Адмиралтейский, Петроградский, Василеостровский, Центральный районы - БЕСПЛАТНО; - Московский район - 500 руб.; - Приморский, Калининский, Фрунзенский, Невский, Кировский, Красногвардейский районы - 1000 руб.
Before the XIV century in Russia people were taking drinks which could be produced by natural fermentation: honey, kvass, berezovitsa. Their strength can be compared with that of modern beer. Kvass ("the bread drink") is based on dark or light rye bread. It is a fermented beverage which contains approximately 1 percent alcohol. The process is simple. Rye bread are cut into tiny size pieces, dried and then placed into a pot. Boiling water is poured over the bread. Than yeas, honey or sugar is added to sweeten the brew. «According to one legend, a bag of grain got wet and the grain started to grow. A farmer decided to save the product and make flour out of it. He couldn’t use it to make bread and instead, invented malt. He added some water, let the liquid ferment and created the first ever kvas». The process of making these drinks was very long and unprofitable; 1 litre of beverage was produced from 16 kilos of home brew, and no other technologies were known. Fortunately, in the XIV century the situation changed. At that time, the Italian alchemists learned to separate alcohol from wine by distillation. Having come to Russia, the Italian guests proposed to the Russian people to try grape spirit called aqua vitae. After tasting this strong drink, they tried to produce something similar to grape spirit in Russia. However, as there were no grapes growing in Russia, the people started experimenting using the available raw materials - rye, oats, and barley.
The Great Patriotic War
In the showcase you can see the original bottle of “Molotov Cocktail”, which was produced at the now “Crystal” factory in Moscow. An incendiary mixture was poured into bottles, and the Soviet soldiers threw them at tanks near Moscow. The mixture consisted of methyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol and gasoline.
The famous faceted glass was a constant companion of life of a Soviet person. This is the classics of the Soviet era. The faceted glass was designed by the sculptor Vera Mukhina, the author of the monument “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman”. They say that visiting Sverdlovsk Vera Ignatievna was once passing the building of the former Savings Bank and suddenly noticed the columns at its base. These columns, or rather their faceted shape, prompted the decision to Mukhina. Such glasses were also used in carbonated water dispensers.
Stalinist regime was succeeded by the epoch of Khrushchev. It is Nikita Sergeevich who advanced the Russian vodka to the international level. In 1959, at the American exhibition held in Sokolniki, the Secretary General concluded an agreement with Nixon on building a factory for production of Russian vodka in the USA. Thus, Khrushchev promoted our vodka “Stolichnaya” in the world, and the Russian people came to know the taste of Coca-Cola.
The XV century was a turning point in the history of Russian vodka. The first hooch still was invented and people started to drink the first bread wine.
It should be taken into account that this drink differed from our modern vodka. Bread wine is a product of natural fermentation. Brief information about its preparation: cereals were germinated and dried; malt was produced and milled into flour. Flour was diluted with water to produce a liquid jelly, kept for several hours, after which yeast was added. Bread wine fermentation process lasted about a week depending on the material of yeast and temperature. After this, the resulting product was distilled.
When Peter the Great came to power, the period of state reforms started. Peter created a regular army, built the fleet, gained access to the Black Sea, reformed the church. Previously, the patriarch was sitting next to the tsar and ruled together with him; now, the church separated from the state. To replenish the treasury the Tsar introduced a rigid monopoly on production of vodka. Using this money he built the Russian navy, bought weapons and outfitted the army.
When Piotr Alekseevich assumed the title of the Emperor, he officially married Catherine I. And for ensuring the safety of the Empress a close friend and companion-in-arms of Peter the Great Menshikov formed a Horse Guard Regiment - a small guard regiment to accompany her everywhere.
During the reign of Anna Ioannovna the Regiment became so big that the Empress issued a decree on the official establishment of the Horse Guard Regiment on the basis of the former regiment. Service in this Regiment was highly prestigious, and many persons of rank regarded it as an honour to send their children there.
During the epoch of the Emperor Alexander I the Manège and the Horse Guard Regiment barracks were built. It is in this historic building that we are now.
Catherine II realized that the noblemen violating the state monopoly were brewing vodka at home and, therefore, introduced the so-called “pays off”, or, in modern terms, licenses. Everyone who wanted could pay a certain amount of money to the treasury and receive the right to produce strong drinks at home.
In 1781, Catherine II set up new special authorities - Drinking Chambers. Their task was to procure vodka. It could be purchased both from the state, and private factories.
Each landowner-producer considered it important to have his own brand of this drink. As a rule, flavoured drinks produced with the use of various plant ingredients: herbs, berries and fruits were called vodkas then.
Under Nicholas I the Institute of Technology was founded. Henry Hess was invited to work there. He set up a distillery to teach the distillation technology to the students. Professional training of the students in all the subtleties of this business began. There was a special person at the Department who was in charge of taking all measurements. Now, all the liquids and beverages are commonly measured in litres, and then, in the XIX century, the main measuring instrument was a bucket of 12.3 litres. In those days, they were very much concerned about the dimensional standards, and each tank was bearing a special public stamp.
PIOTR ARSENIEVICH SMIRNOFF
The Russian entrepreneur, owner of the largest distillery in Russia and of a network of trading establishments selling alcoholic drinks. Creator of popular alcoholic beverages. Smirnoff was called “the king of Russian vodka”. He was respected, was granted high ranks and was conferred orders of many countries. He had a prestigious house in the centre of Moscow, a rich carriage and a large family: five sons and eight daughters. Piotr Arsenievich started his career as a clerk in at wine storage, and his name was long unknown to the laymen. Due to his perseverance and diligence the former peasant managed not just to make his way in life, but also to become the richest man in Russia, commercial adviser and a hereditary honourable citizen of Moscow. Vodka produced at the Moscow factory “At Chugunny (Cast Iron) Bridge” became the favourite drink of the king of Sweden and Norway Oscar II. And in 1888 it became so popular at the World Exhibition in Barcelona that the King of Spain awarded the factory owner with the Order of St. Isabel. In his own country Smirnoff received the title of a commercial adviser on the Emperor’s order. At the World Exhibition in Paris he for the first time demonstrated to the European public the infusion “Nezhinskaya Mountain Ash” and got a Big Gold Medal for it. Smirnoff’s Company became even more famous when offices for trading wine were opened in Paris, London, Harbin, Shanghai and other largest cities of the world. In 1898, Piotr Arsenievich died being unable to withstand the blow to his empire caused by introduction of the state alcohol monopoly; “the king of Russian vodka” died on December 12, 1898. In 1917, the factory was nationalized; one of Smirnoff’s brothers, Vladimir, appeared to be abroad. There he sold his rights to the famous trademark to the Russian emigrant Rudolph Kyunetg. Thus, in 1933 Smirnoff vodka received the American citizenship.
Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev is famous Russian chemist who created the Periodic Table. Dmitri Ivanovich wrote the thesis on “Mixing water and alcohol” in 1865 and discovered the perfect alcohol-vodka ratio for the body, which is 38.5 ° and patented it as “Moskovskaya Osobaya (Moscow Special)”. In future, this figure was rounded up to 40 by the Minister of Finance Count Witte, because it was easier to calculate taxes in this way. At present, vodka in Russia is 40°.
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