Bryan Meadan, the owner and brewmaster of Meadan Craft Brewing.
(photo credit: DANNA MEADAN)
Is that the footsteps of the Messiah we hear? Ever since Jews have refrained from eating leavened grain on Passover, they have been suffering without beer for the entire seven-day holiday. Modern food technology has created Passover substitutes for almost everything else: rolls, pastries, noodles, even pizza! But beer has remained the forbidden fruit.That is, until this very Passover. Now, Meadan Craft Brewing in Karmiel, a microbrewery specializing in gluten-free beer, has brewed Israel’s (and maybe the world’s) first certified kosher-for-Passover beer.
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