In this clip from the 142nd episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Drew leads a discussion on what Rabbi David ha-Levi Segal (1586-1667) wrote in his Turei Zahav (Taz (ט”ז)) regarding drinking in/out of sukkot:
In this clip from the 94th episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi David Fried and Rabbi Drew Kaplan discuss Rabbi David HaLevi “TaZ” Segal‘s novel opinion on Purim-drinking: This clips is also available on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
In case you were curious about episode #91 of The Jewish Drinking Show, I am excited to share a couple of video clips from the episode on Rabbi David HaLevi Segal‘s writings on beer, featuring guest Rabbi Ezra Goldschmiedt:
How important was beer to 17th century Jews? Apparently, more significant than you or I might guess. In fact, one 17th century rabbi argued that it was significant enough to create a leniency to a Biblical commandment in certain circumstances. In a comment to Rabbi Moses Isserles’ gloss on Shulhan Arukh YD 293:3, Rabbi David HaLevi […]