In this clip from the 142nd episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Drew leads a discussion on what Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein (1829-1908) wrote in his Arukh HaShulḥan regarding drinking in/out of sukkot:
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:
The new issue of the Oneg Shabbas parashah sheet, the unofficial parashah sheet for kiddush clubs, is now available. This issue has a d’var Torah on drinking on Sukkot, libations on Sukkot, a brief piece on Havdallah in the Sukkah, and about Cincinnati local texts-and-tastings events, as well as information about the newest episode of The Jewish Drinking Show.
Intro With the holiday of Sukkot only days away, a question that arises is which drinking is one allowed to do outside of the sukkah and how much does one need to drink within a sukkah? In this fourth “Drinks and Discussion”-style episode, Rabbi Drew Kaplan leads a text-based discussion on the topic. Previous “Drinks […]
With the holiday of Sukkot approaching in a matter of days, my second video/podcast episode is now live on the topic of drinking on Sukkot with a sneak preview of next week’s video on drinking in the book of Ecclesiastes: