June 2, 2019

Two local beer festivals this week -- Yavne June 6, Beersheva June 7

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The first Yavne Beer Festival Thursday, June 6
According to this, the central city of Yavne (between Tel Aviv and Ashdod) will have its first beer festival on Thursday, June 6, in the courtyard of the Municipality (50 Duani Boulevard), from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Entrance is free.

The publicity promises that there will be over 45 different beers from local and foreign breweries. Food trucks will be on site with dishes suitable for vegans, vegetarians and even carnivores. Live entertainment will be provided by Jane Bordeaux and the Overtone Band. Discount tickets will be available for buying three, four and five glasses of beer.

It appears that this festival has been organized by Alechko Neznansky, a young entrepreneur who has organized other beer festivals and non-beer festivals, including Modi'in. If you have any questions, you can write to Alechko at: alechkopro@gmail.com

More information (in Hebrew) on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/354216391890726/

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Beer Create Community Festival
Beersheva, Friday, June 7

It's called the Beer Create Community, but in effect it's the very excellent beer festival organized in Beersheva by the Brew Shop Israel, owned and operated by Gilad Ne-Eman. It's taking place this Friday, June 7, at the Brew Shop, 32 Herzl Street, from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Home-brewers from Beersheva and the Negev area will be pouring their beers, and there are always superb choices. Works of art by local artists will also be on display.

Entrance is free -- but if you want to drink beer (why else would you come?), you have to buy a tasting glass for 10 shekels, and then pay 15 shekels for every 200 milliliter taste. Having been there more than once, I can tell you that it's worth it.

More details here on the Hebrew Facebook (and a chance to ask questions): https://www.facebook.com/events/810300912685376/

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