The most unusual brewery

“It’s amazing to see the motivation of the people who do the brewing and bottling.”

By DOUG GREENER
March 7, 2018 21:25
OSHRI, a participant in Tsad Kadima’s beer program, hangs sterilized bottles on the drying tree

OSHRI, a participant in Tsad Kadima’s beer program, hangs sterilized bottles on the drying tree. (photo credit: MIKE HORTON)

 
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The most unusual brewery in the world is right here in Israel – right here in Jerusalem to be exact.

The Adult Day Center of Tsad Kadima (A Step Forward) hosts many activities for the benefit of adults with cerebral palsy and other severe physical disabilities. It provides, for example, academic studies in different subjects, including courses held at the David Yellin College of Education and the Hadassah-University School of Occupational Therapy; training for a very active and successful bocce team, a Paralympic sport suitable for those with physical disabilities; and a framework for leisure activities such as arts and crafts.

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