The note can be found in the Helvetia museum during the Fasnacht Day event, on top of a printer. It is available once ten beer steins have been turned in for analysis, if that is an objective during the event's instance. The note will remain on top of the printer, but cannot be taken.
RESIDUE ANALYSIS REPORT - FINAL
MICROANALYSIS: Organic Residue
SPECIMEN: Antique Stein
PURPOSE: Analyze organic residue particles for traces of the traditional beverages of Fasnacht.
RESULTS: The following substances were found:
- Sample #1 -- Entire stein coated with traces of dark malt, plum, and fig. Hypothesis: Reveller enjoyed one too many servings of this cold beer, could no longer hold it right-side-up.
- Sample #2 -- Particles of white wine, spices, citrus, and honey.
Hypothesis: This classic beverage accompanied cheese tarts and mehlsuppe.
- Sample #3 -- Numerous spices overlaying traces of red wine.
Hypothesis: Aspiring chef attempts to make Gluhwein, nearly kills family.
- Sample #4 -- A starchy crust with dairy, garlic, onion, and red wine.
Hypothesis: Reveller could not find soup bowl, heaped mehlsuppe into stein and indulged.