Check out the 7th Annual Jerusalem Beer Festival


Last updated: July 31, 2012

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The Jerusalem Beer Festival is celebrating its 7th year at the city's historic train station, now a cultural center near Yemin Moshe and Katamon.

Over 100,000 liters of more than a hundred brands from all over the world will be offered, mainstream, boutique and local brewed.

Some of the Beers on hand will include:

  • Chimay – Belgium
  • Carlsberg – Denmark
  • Goldstar – Israel
  • Tuborg – Denmark
  • Heineken – Holland
  • Maccabee – Israel
  • Guinness – Ireland
  • Lone Tree – Israel (Gush Etzion)
  • Leffe – Belgium
  • Hoegaarden – Belgium
  • Pauliner – Germany
  • Murphy’s – Ireland
  • Stella Artois – Belgium
  • Weihenstephan – Germany
  • Alexander – Israel
  • Shapira – Israel (Bet Shemesh)
  • Krombacher – Germany
  • Samuel Adams – United States
  • Belhaven – United Kingdom
  • Shamai – Israel
  • Maredsous – Belgium
  • Schneider – Germany
  • Lindemans – Belgium
  • Dancing Camel – Israel (Tel Aviv)
  • Kasteel – Belgium
  • Kozel – Czech Republic
  • Chang – Thailand
  • Pilsner Urquell – Czech Republic
  • Fuller's – United Kingdom
  • Paulaner – Germany
  • St. Bernardus – Belgium
  • Staropramen – Czech Republic

At the 2-day festival, the historic train station will become a huge bar with impressive structures and luxurious attractions.

Besides the large variety of fabulous beers, visitors can enjoy the perfect beer festival experience with various food stands (many kosher), accessories for purchase, an exclusive beer store, lounging areas, live beer production process demonstrations, and musical performances.

Every night on the main stage, the audience will enjoy a live show by Israel’s leading bands along with an exciting party hosted by one of the upscale Israeli DJ’s including: Mercedes Band (www.myspace.com/mercedesband) and Beit Habubot (www.myspace.com/beithabubotisrael). Following the concerts, top Israeli DJs Elad Veron and Dror Shalit will take the stage.

WHEN? August 31 – September 01, 2011 || 18:00 to 24:00 (6pm – Midnight)
WHERE? Old Train Station on Derech Hebron in Jerusalem, Israel
HOW MUCH? General Admission: 30 NIS || Soldiers, students and visitors with a Jerusalem Resident card: 25 NIS

The festival organizers recommend arriving early.

    Check out all the festival details at www.JerusalemBeer.com

     

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