What's brewing in the Galilee?

A round-up of Galilee beers

July 5, 2018 18:26
ASSAF LAVI inspects the brewing kettle in the new Malka Brewery in Tefen

ASSAF LAVI inspects the brewing kettle in the new Malka Brewery in Tefen. (photo credit: MIKE HORTON)


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Word reached me recently about changes in the Meadan Brewery in Karmiel in the central Galilee. Up until now, the owner, Bryan Meadan, had been brewing his gluten-free, kosher-for-Passover beers. Now, a new owner is producing a new brand of regular craft beers.

At the same time, 12 kilometers north, in the Tefen Industrial Park, Malka Beer opened a new brewery, the biggest craft brewery in Israel, producing 70,000 liters a month.


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