Category: Beer News
Note to self: update will to include "bury me with my favorite stein".
A 4,000-year-old Bronze Age skeleton has been unearthed by archaeologists working on a site in east Kent.
Canterbury Archaeological Trust said the curled-up skeleton was an example of a "Beaker" burial because of the pottery vessel placed at its feet.
Education officer Marion Green said the "beautifully decorated" pot could have been "a type of beer mug".
She said tests on beakers from other sites suggested Bronze Age man was brewing a type of beer from grain.
Read the whole story at the BBC.