The remains of what was likely a factory that produced beer in Egypt during the reign of King Narmer have been found at the Abydos archaeology site, according to officials with Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities. The dig is a collaboration between US and Egyptian researchers, who found rows of pottery basins that likely heated up a grain and water mixture to brew beer used in royal rituals.
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