April 27, 2019
2019 BEERS Exhibit -- Tel Aviv, April 29-30
After trying the "festival" format for several years, BEERS is returning this year as a true exhibit. No rowdy visitors out to get drunk quickly and cheaply (I hope!). Just stands upon stands of breweries, retailers and importers offering their beers to a public that appreciates them.
BEERS is taking place in Tel Aviv's Heichal Tarbut (the Charles Bronfman Auditorium), this Monday and Tuesday, April 29 and 30. Opening hours for the general public are 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Tickets are 95 shekels (good for one of the days), which includes free tastings of all the beers at the exhibit, and coupons worth 30 shekels for buying bottles to bring home.
The organizers promise that "tens" of beer brands will be on display, both Israeli and foreign. In the past, BEERS has always been the preferred venue for importers to introduce new brands they are bringing into Israel, and for Israeli craft breweries to introduce new beers.
This year the new offerings are said to include a spicy chili beer from HaDubim ("The Bears"), Israel's first "wild" yeast sour beer from Shapiro, a new single-malt, single-hop IPA from Six-Pack Brewery, and the first public introduction of beers from the new Shevet Brewery.
If you're anywhere in Israel, and if craft beer is your passion (or one of them), you don't want to miss being at the BEERS Exhibit.
For more information (in Hebrew) on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/261706231396255/
For ordering tickets online: www.eventbuzz.co.il/lp/event/beers2019