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Jerusalem Beer Festival
Join Jerusalem's party crowd for two nights of spudsy fun at the annual Jerusalem Beer Fetsival, with more brews than one could possibly taste, and a lineup of well-known live musical acts.
***Information about the Summer 2014 Beer Festival will be added as it becomes available.***
Beer Festival 2013:
Attention, Israeli beer lovers: the time is now. The 2013 Jerusalem Beer Festival will take place on August 7-8, 2013 with over 120 varieties of cold, refreshing brews from Israel and around the world, as well as live musical performances and DJs.
Date and Time:
August 7-8, 18:00 to 24:00
Place: Independence Park, Jerusalem
Price: NIS 30 / 25 NIS students, soldiers and holders of the Jerusalem resident card
Main performances by The Giraffes, Monika Sex, and Mercedes Band.
Hundreds of beers from Israeli and international breweries will be represented at the festival, celebrating its ninth year with over 20,000 visitors expected to attend. This event has become an annual party, putting Jerusalem on the map with dozens of capitals around the world. The beers at this year's festival will come from the countries of Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Japan, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Thailand and more.
And of course, you can expect to find the following popular beers in attendance:
Goldstar, Carlsberg, Tuborg, Heineken, Maccabi, Guinness, Leffe, Hoegaarden, Paulaner, Murphy's, Stella Artois, and Weihenstephan, along with these lesser-known jewels: Alexander, Shapiro, Krombacher, Samuel Adams, Belhaven, Duvel, Maredsous, Schneider Weisse, Lindemans, Dancing Camel, and many more.
To enhance the drinking experience, a variety of foods will be sold as well: South American asado as only the Argentines can prepare, sausages from Germany, Dutch-style fries, and more.
Do not miss it-arrive early for parking and please remember, if you must drive, do so safely.
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