One aged secret: 3,000-year-old Egyptian beer brewer discovered
Archaeologists discovered the beer-brewer tomb by accident while unearthing another tomb (Courtesy of the Guardian)
Care for an aged ale or two? Well, this 3,000-year-old Egyptian brewer may just have the pint for you!
The tomb, which dates over 3,000 years is from the Ramesside period and allegedly belongs to "the chief maker of beer for gods of the dead," according to the report.
Though the tomb may be one for a humble brewer, the Japanese team told AP that the chamber was filled with "fabulous designs and colors, reflecting details of daily life..[and] religious rituals."
Jiro Kondo, the leader of the Japanese team, said that they discovered the brewer's tomb while working to unearth the tomb of statesmen Amenhotep III, who is allegedly the grandfather of the famous King Tutankhamum.