Lone Soldier Beer

They decided on a beer that is a lighter version of the very popular India Pale Ale (IPA) style.

By DOUG GREENER
March 7, 2019 08:00
Lone Soldier Beer

RESIDENTS OF the Lone Soldiers’ Home in Beit Shemesh visit the Buster’s Beverage Company on Moshav Nocham for a hands-on introduction to brewing.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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