CNA Staff, Jan 5, 2021 / 06:05 am
A pontifical university in Poland is patenting a beer that will give drinkers a taste of the Middle Ages.
Sławomir Dryja, a lecturer at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków, created the recipe which he believes is 90% similar to the white beer drunk by medieval residents of the city, reported Radio Kraków.
Modern-day drinkers will be able to sample the brew -- known as Kraków White Beer (Piwo Krakowskie Białe in Polish) -- from April at the earliest.
The 56-year-old archaeologist was able to identify the original yeast by studying the cellar walls of Kraków's Lubomirski Palace.