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Eight large beer brewing units have been found in the excavation. A unit is about 65 feet in length and about 8 feet in width. 40 basins of soil were used to make beer in one unit.
The oldest beer factory in the world has been found in Egypt’s oldest city Abidaus. Orchologists from the US and Egypt have claimed that the factory is 5000 years old. Here about 22 thousand liters of beer were made in the soil basin (tanks) at one time. The Narmer dynasty was then the ruler who unified Egypt.
Orchologists have found 8 beer brewing units in the excavation. The length of a unit is around 65 feet and the width is around 8 feet. 40 basins of soil were used to make beer in one unit.
Here about 22 thousand liters of beer were made in the soil basin at one time.
Abideaus city is famous for the oldest temples
Orchologists had excavated in the city of Abideaus. The city is known for the oldest temples and archaeological finds. The city exists in the desert in the southern part of the Nile River. Which is about 450 kilometers from Cairo city. This city was once buzzed with tourists. After the year 2011, due to political turmoil, the city suffered greatly.
Orchologists excavated at this place in the city of Abydaus. The city is famous for ancient temples. It is also known for archeological discoveries.
Factory can be built in sacrificial area
According to Dr. Matthew Adams of the search’s co-director and Institute of Fine Art, New York University, this beer factory would have been built in ancient Egypt for monarchy. The factory has been built in an area where perhaps the sacrificial practice was carried out and beer may have been consumed at that time.
The British orchologist had earlier mentioned this beer factory in his book in 1900 AD, but he was unable to give the exact location of this oldest beer factory.