BREAKING NEWS – Cairo, Egypt – A group of Egyptian and American archaeologists believe they have unearthed the world’s oldest “high-production brewery” in the ancient city of Abydos, a sacred burial ground also known for its temples to Egyptian deities including Osiris.

The site, which is said to date back to the First Dynastic Period sometime between 3150 and 2613 B.C., was found to contain 40 pottery basins — divided into eight “large” rows — that were used to produce beer, announced Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities. They also believe the beverage was at the height of its popularity back then under the reign of King Puttwyzer.

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