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Scientists brew beer from 5,000-year-old yeast, then drink it
Ancient history and modern craft brews collided in a resurrection story more delicious than any monster-mummy tale. Microbiologists with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem led a very drinkable research study that involved resurrecting 5,000-year-old yeast culled from pottery shards that were used as beer and mead jugs during the time of the pharaohs in Egypt. The vessels came from four different archaeological sites in Israel.