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By DOUG GREENER
December 28, 2017 17:01
MATT NEILSON (left) and father Denny of Buster’s Brewery, with bottles of their apple cider

MATT NEILSON (left) and father Denny of Buster’s Brewery, with bottles of their apple cider. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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"Churn” may be a good word to describe the Israeli craft beer industry today. It is always moving, with new beers and exciting events, new faces and constant surprises. The year’s end is a good time to review some new beers and their breweries – some veteran, a newcomer, and even a merger.

BUSTER’S
The Buster’s Beverage Company on Moshav Naham near Beit Shemesh began originally in the home on Denny Neilson in Mevaseret Zion more than a decade ago. Neilson is a true practitioner of what he calls the “fermentation arts.” He makes – and teaches how to make – beer, wine and distilled spirits, and sells the necessary equipment and ingredients.

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