In 2019, specialists managed to locate the crash site of the WWII US Airforce Flying Fortress in Jordanów Śląski where they have now discovered human remains thought to belong to the aircrew.
The opening led down 10 metres into an underground cave a few dozen square metres wide with a maximum height of around 140 cm – not enough for most adults to stand in upright.
Archaeologist, historian and certified beerophile Sławomir Dryja from the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków, decided to bring the historic brew back to life after discovering the ‘secret’ ingredient hidden in the palace walls.
With a population of just 445 people, the former medieval stronghold has turned up thousands of fragments of ceramic vessels, coins and amulets - and even a sacrificed dog’s skull buried under the threshold of a house.
The suspicion from archaeologists at Warsaw University that Rhizon had once contained a shrine to Medaurus, a protective god worshipped by the Illyrians, was confirmed when they dug up the first completely preserved Greek inscription.