Believe it or not, July 31 is International India Pale Ale Day, and it's being celebrated in Israel in Tel Aviv on Thursday night (July 31) and in Jerusalem on Friday morning (August 1).
That's a lot of good beer.
Friday morning starting at 11:00 am, the action moves to the Glen Whisky Bar at 18 Shlomzion Hamalka Street in Jerusalem. The bar will celebrate IPA Day with Hindi and The Ugly Indian on tap, and Eshibobo, Polar, Indira and IPA . . v'Zeh in bottles.
If you love India pale ale, as I do, you should certainly try to attend at least one of these events. For me, it's the hops that make beer beer, and along with the bitterness, the pumped-up alcoholic strength, and the surrounding complex flavors, no other style does it better than IPA.
I apologize for the lateness of this posting.