To celebrate Ueli Bier's 50th birthday, we are reviving the Tut-Anch-Ueli as an anniversary beer, serving oriental and Egyptian snacks to go with it, and there will also be talks and guided tours
***The incredible story of Tut-Anch-Ueli***
Tut-Anch-Ueli was first brewed for the Tutankhamun exhibition, which took place in the Museum of Antiquities in 2004, according to a 4500-year-old Egyptian beer recipe. To mark the 50th anniversary of Ueli Bier, we are reviving Tut-Anch-Ueli as an anniversary beer in the Museum of Antiquities. After a welcome by the Director of the Museum of Antiquities, Dr. Andrea Bignasca, we will be serving Tut-Anch-Ueli beer and accompanying oriental and Egyptian snacks. Former Ueli Bier brewmaster Anton Welti and Egyptologist Mike Stoll will explain how they translated the beer recipe and brewed it for the first time in 2004.
17:00 Door opening
17:30 Welcome by Dr. Andrea Bignasca, Director of the Museum of Antiquities
17:45 Barrel tapping Tut-Anch-Ueli and aperitif snacks
18:30 Short presentation by Anton Welti, master brewer of Ueli beer from 1975 to 2009
18:45 Short presentation by Mike Stoll, Egyptologist and translator of the beer recipe
19:30 Short guided tours through the Egypt exhibition
20:45 Last round of Tut-Anch-Ueli Bier
21:00 End of the event
Admission: CHF 50.00 incl. drinks and snacks
Registration: [email protected] or phone 061 / 692 94 95
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