In his book, A History of the World in 6 Glasses, Tom Standage writes, "To neolithic drinkers, beer's ability to intoxicate and induce a state of altered consciousness seemed magical. So, too, did the mysterious process of fermentation, which transformed ordinary gruel into beer. The obvious conclusion was that beer was a gift from the gods; accordingly, many cultures have myths that explain how the gods invented beer and then showed humankind how to make it. The Egyptians, for example, believe that beer was accidentally discovered by Osiris, the God of agriculture and king of the afterlife. One day he prepared a mixture of water and sprouted grain, but forgot about it and left it in the sun. He later returned to find the gruel had fermented, decided to drink it, and was so pleased with the result that he passed his knowledge on the humankind. (This tale seems to tally closely with the way beer was probably discovered in the stone age.) Other beer drinking cultures tell similar stories."
I wonder what tale was told about the tizwin beer?