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.
Having shared the great opportunity for the first-ever Booze in the Holy Land trip a month ago, we were very excited for the first such trip in just a few months. However, owing to recent challenges to finalize logistics with the uncertainty caused by the newest variant of COVID-19, we are having to reschedule the […]
Having previously announced the first-ever Booze in the Holy Land trip, I am excited to share that registration for the trip is now open! Booze in the Holy Land will be a phenomenal opportunity to not only experience Israeli wine, whiskey, and more, but also to gain special access to hear from those involved in […]
Having announced the summer schedule for The Jewish Drinking Show a few months ago, I am now excited to share the schedule for the remainder of 2021 (and, yes, I did slip in a 77th episode that was not on that summer schedule). As mentioned in that summer schedule announcement, there will be new episodes publishing […]
A First For Buffalo Trace Buffalo Trace Distillery has released a trio of certified kosher whiskies for the company’s first time, utilizing the kosher supervision of the Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc-Kosher). This may also be the first time a Bourbon has advertised its kosher status on its label. Buffalo Trace began working with cRc in […]