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Four Israeli beers with rare lemons

All four of the beers are named after the lemons. Interdonato, according to Lior Weiss, “is based on American pale ale, and we dry-hop it with Citra hops and lemon zest.”

By DOUG GREENER
04/02/2021
Dotan Greenberg (right), owner of coffee shop 51 in Tel Aviv, visited Ethiopia in search of the perf

Cold-brew coffee beers: a new trend in craft brews with a java jolt

Two Israeli breweries have recently brought out beers fermented with a cold-brew coffee infusion.

By DOUG GREENER
17/12/2020

Beer for Demo-cra-cy

Three new beers which, when placed side-by-side, spell out Demo-cra-cy in Hebrew.

By DOUG GREENER
17/10/2020

Busch Beer debuts Dog Brew – a non-alcoholic drink for canine companions

The brew is a bone broth "full of dog-friendly flavors and nutrients," and can turn man's best friend into man's best drinking buddy.

02/09/2020

The 2020 beer roundup: Beat the corona blues with a brew

Breweries have invested talent, time and money to bring their beers to the market.

By DOUG GREENER
26/08/2020

Heineken to interview John Terry during Champions League final screening

Heineken, marketed in Israel by Tempo, has organized similar events in previous years, making the public screenings of Champions League finals a kind of tradition among soccer lovers in Israel.

A WELCOME relative newcomer in the shuk, Beer Market specializes in local and craft beers

Israel's Beer Breweries reports 34% increase in beer consumption

As International Beer Day nears amid coronavirus, Israeli breweries sat Israelis are already prepared and have been drinking more beer.

No more blackheads

Summer’s craze

Take a look at this week’s picks – from fun sandals to innovative ice creams and glittering colors.

By NERIA BARR
11/06/2020

How Israeli breweries are coping with the shutdown

People are drinking more than ever to cope with corona, but can the brew businesses survive?

By DOUG GREENER
23/04/2020
Empty bottle and the glass of beer on wooden table

Beer may lose its fizz as CO2 supplies go flat during pandemic

The CO2 in beer and soft drinks is a byproduct of ethanol production, which has gone down significantly since the pandemic began, as roads have been largely empty across the US.

By REUTERS
18/04/2020
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