Yep, beer was common in Ancient Egypt too. The ancients were quite fond of beer and wine it was much more fun to drink than ditch water. However, not more fun than bong water.
Acharya discusses much beer drinking in Christ in Egypt starting on page 288:
"At PT 468:905a-b, the Osiris receives bread and beer from Horus,5 like Jesus presenting the
disciples with bread and wine (Mt 26:26-28)."
- CIE page 288
The Lord of Wine and the Sacred Meal
"As in the gospel story, both wine and figs figure in the Egyptian religion, as in CT Sp. 516, in which the Osiris “shall eat figs and drink wine.”2 Also in the Pyramid Texts (PT 610:1723a-b/M 375) appears a reference to “the great bread and this wine-like water” given to the “chief of Letopolis” (Horus)3 who was “raised up,”4 a ritual resembling the Christian communion / eucharist with sacramental bread and wine. (Mt 26:26; Mk 14:22; Lk 22:19) Another such passage—this time involving beer, rather than wine—occurs in BD 30B:
“Let there be given to him bread and beer which have been issued in the presence of Osiris, and he will be forever like the Followers of Horus.”
- CIE, page 291