Biblical Brewing

Lecture. Food. Ancient & Modern Drinks!

When? Wednesday, August 25 at 8pm
Where? Biratenu on 6 Hillel St., Jerusalem

"Biblical Brewing" is a 45-60 min lecture about brewing, history and archaeology, with a special story of ancient and new brewing.
Using science and technology, archaeologists were able to extract yeast and ingredients for producing ancient beer and mead recipes. See video

Beer is the most ancient alcoholic beverage in human history. It's invention, usage and trade were essential building blocks in society and international relations.

This video is about one of the beers you can drink, brewed in Biratenu.

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About the event:

"Biblical Brewing" is a 45-60 min lecture in English about brewing, history and archaeology, with a special story of ancient and new brewing. Using science and technology, archaeologists were able to extract yeast and ingredients for producing ancient beer and mead recipes. 

 

At this event (which one can purchase tickets for, while supplies last, via the links on this page), you get to have a choice of main course (2 meat, 1 vegetarian, Tzohar Kashrut), a Biratenu Beer brewed using yeast that was found in a Biblical-Archaeological site in Ramat Rachel, a Mead brewed with Honey from Ramat Rachel, and a Braggot, which is a unique type of brew which combines the two. All brewed by Biratenu, Jerusalem's leading cultural center for brewing. Event planning is a combination of unique people, including Biratenu, with the help of Studio Shamah, and Nachliel Selavan.

Come join us for this fantastic event we've put together for you, and drink like it's 1969 - BCE!

Lecture is by Nachliel Selavan "The Museum Guy" who guides in museums around the world, and frequently lectures about ancient history and archaeology in person, virtually and on podcasts and youtube. Joining this program will give you a promo code for 10% off an upcoming public tour, or 15% off a private tour, in 2021. More about Nachliel.

 

Bottles of the ancient beer will be for sale at the end of the event.

Limited to 40 spots, and we're filling up fast.