The world’s oldest beer factory (mixed) found in Egypt is used in various practices

Archaeologists have found eight units. Each unit is 20 meters (about 65 feet) long, 2.5 meters (about eight feet) wide.

Antique Beer Factory, symbolic photo

Ancient Beer Factory Discovered in Egypt: During excavations in Egypt, archaeologists found the world’s oldest high-production beer factory. The factory is said to be about 5000 years old. It has been discovered by a team of Southern Egyptian American and Egyptian-Egyptian archaeologists. It may be the oldest beer factory found in one of the most famous archaeological sites in ancient Egypt. An archeology officer gave this information on Wednesday.

Supreme Council of Antiques Secretary-General Mustafa Waziri said the factory was found in the ancient cemetery Abidos, 450 kilometers from Cairo, west of the Nile River. He said that the factory is located in the territory of King Nimer, known for its integration into the early dynasties of ancient Egypt (3150 BCE to 2613 BCE). Waziri said that archaeologists have unearthed eight units. Each unit is 20 meters (about 65 feet) long, 2.5 meters (about 8 feet) wide.

Pottery also found

It has been found in about 40 earthen pots, which will be used to heat a mixture of grain and water for the production of beer. Dr. of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. The joint expedition was chaired by Assistant Professors Matthew Adams and Deborah Vischak at Princeton University’s Ancient Beer Factory in Egypt. Adams said a factory would have been set up in the area to perform the royal ceremony of beer.

Its use in sacrificial practice

He said that archaeologists have found evidence that shows the use of beer during the sacrificial practice in ancient Egypt. The Archaeological Ministry said that the British archaeologists had first discovered the factory in the early 1900s, but it could not be found. Many of his pictures are also going viral on social media at this time.