March 13, 2017

The famous beer lecture returns -- March 20

If you find yourself in or around Jerusalem next Monday, March 20, please stop in to the Beer Bazaar and hear my (now) famous lecture on the history of beer in the Middle East -- followed by a guided tasting of three Israeli craft beers.  I've already given this lecture a few times in English and Hebrew -- this time it's in English -- and it seems like the audience and I have had a good time together.  My talk is accompanied by the excellent slides of photographer and graphic artist Mike Horton.  (You can read some background on the lecture here.)

The lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Beer Bazaar, 3 Etz Chaim Street in Jerusalem's Machane Yehuda market.  The entrance fee is 30 shekels if you order your ticket in advance (use the link below) or 40 shekels if you pay at the door.  The entrance fee includes a third-of-a-liter of beer, which you can enjoy while I'm talking, in addition to the tastings at the end.

So sign up and come out for an evening well spent.  Hope to see you there.

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