German microbrewery starts marketing kosher beer

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August 14, 2007 14:03

 
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A microbrewery in eastern Germany has found success with a new niche product: officially certified kosher beer.

  • German brewery finds niche market in kosher beer The first 30,000 bottles of Simcha pilsner - a name that means "joy" in Hebrew - have sold out since being put on the market at the end of April, said Wilfried Gotter, a spokesman for the new product.

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