The Can Sadurní cave is located in the Garraf Massif in the municipality of Begues, Baix Llobregat region, about 25 km SW of the City of Barcelona. The studies of organic residues have made it possible to detect the existence of fermenting beverages such as Beer in early prehistoric times, at two rather distant times. In the Age of the Broce and in the Neolithic Postcardial (NMI) what supposes the finding of the oldest remains of Beer in the Iberian Peninsula until the moment.
As far as the antighua fasas, the Neolithic Postcardial has been found remains of barley malting (cereal dominant in the archaeobotanical record) in two pieces of milling and other indicators of the fermented product inside a jar. The data known so far for this neolithic phase are: 5800 ± 160 BP, 5700 ± 110BP, 5470 ± 110 BP