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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Israel Beer Festival, Tel Aviv. January 8-9, 2013

Source: Tourist Israel
By Ben Julius


The third Israel Beer Festival in Tel Aviv takes place in January 2013. The festival features a wide collection of the boutique beers are being created by an ever-growing number of microbreweries across Israel, as well as international brews to present a total of over 200 beers to the public. The festival, branded BEERS 2013, will include such Israeli microbreweries as Pavo and Dancing Camel, as well as the world-famous Palestinian Taybeh Brewery. The Israel Beer Festival will take place on January 8-9, 2013.
IsraelBeerThe Israel Beer Festival is at the Nokia Stadium in Tel Aviv and is open to the public between 17:00 – 23:00 on both days. Tickets cost NIS  60 and include five tasting coupons and a beer cup. Extra tasting coupons can be purchased for NIS 30 for five.
You can read more about Israel’s microbreweries here.