World mystery SOLVED!
Deep in the South American Patagonia forest lies the origin of our most loved drink. The Bavarian Germans have claimed credit for the creation of this godly liquid, but it is the beech trees in these dark forests that holds the origins of the lager yeast. Chris Hittinger from the University of Wisconsin-Madison claims they’ve found the missing species. Sure it might have been a dirty fruit fly that brought the yeast 11.000 km away into Germany, but who cares. Thanks to them and the Bavarian monks we can now enjoy a great lager. Maybe if Thomas Fisher would drink he wouldn’t have come up with his crazy ideas.