Following on the heels of the boutique winery explosion, craft-beer operations are popping up all over Israel. A day’s jaunt along Route 38, the new beer highway.
Beit Shemesh, Israel — Back in the mid-1990s, Israel was a desert for beer drinkers wanting to imbibe something beyond the local ales and the mass-produced imports like Heineken.
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