παραβίας, -ου, ό (or παραβίη, ή) – a millet-and-fleabane (or – rice?) beverage
This is the only known use of this word in the ancient Greek language (see Hecataeus). It is quite possible that parabiē was the native Illyrian word of the Paeonians (Nelson 2001, 64).
Nelson, M. 2001. “Beer in Greco-Roman Antiquity.” Ph.D. dissertation, U. of British Columbia.