In this clip from the 122nd episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Charlie Schwartz shares about considering kosher cocktail ingredients at Lehrhaus:
In this clip from the 122nd episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Charlie Schwartz shares about special drinks and foods at Lehrhaus:
In this clip from the 121st episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Harmony Sage Fried and Dr. Levi Fried share about kosher-certification for Long Beach Beer Lab and Long Beach Bread Lab:
One of the most frequented kosher liquor lists has just been updated in recent days. According to their website, the Chicago Rabbinical Council updated their kosher liquor list four days ago. Just as they updated their list in early January 2022, they have updated it for 2023. Categories include American whiskey, bar stock items, beer, Bourbon, […]
As of last week, Golden Moon Distillery has now added almost all of its products to being certified as kosher. While many of Golden Moon Distillery’s whiskey products were already under the certification of Earth Kosher, they have now added almost all of the rest of their products to kosher-certification. According to Stephen Gould, the […]
In this clip from the 96th episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Yoni Schwartz describes creating kosher vermouth: This clip is also available on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Four new resources have been launched to help kosher-concerned consumers consider kosher drinks. Specifically, these pages are on beer wine whiskey whiskey aged in containers that previously held gentile wine (e.g. Scotch in Sherry casks) While these resources are still quite new, I welcome any feedback, suggestions, questions, or more at Drew [at] JewishDrinking.com.
According to their website, the Chicago Rabbinical Council has updated their kosher liquor list today. Categories include American whiskey, bar stock items, beer, Bourbon, brandy, Canadian whisky, Cognac, gin, hard cider, hard seltzer, Irish whiskey, liqueur, mead, rum, rye whiskey, sake, Scotch, tequila, vermouth, vodka, and other alcoholic beverages. According to the list, it is […]
In the latter half of the 2010s, as craft beer grew greatly in the United States, various kashrut concerns came with that growth, as various adjunct ingredients were added to beers. With the rise in questions regarding kashrut of beers, Rabbi Avrahom Pressburger created KosherCraftBeer.com to help kosher-keeping consumers informed on which beers in the […]