Bauge answered that he had no control over the mead, saying that Suttung was bound to keep that for himself alone.
Suttung, Gilling's brother, tracked them down and captured them.
In his raven gear Yehl stole the sacred water, as Odin, also in bird form, stole the mead of Suttung.
Suttung was not harmless and simple like Gilling, his brother.
Odin sought lodgings for the night at the house of the giant Bauge, who was a brother of Suttung.
But Suttung refused to spare even a taste of the precious liquor.
The Wanderer came to the house of Baugi, the brother of Suttung.
It was Gunnld, Suttung's daughter, the guardian of the mead.
One day he put on his favorite disguise as a wandering old man, and set out for Giant Land, where Suttung dwelt.
These men did not belong to Suttung, but were the servants of his brother Baugi.