מבשלת העץ הבודד The Lone Tree Brewery

Lone Tree Brewery: Micro-brewery in Gush Etzion.
We produce traditional crafted beers using only the finest natural ingredients.

Telephone: 02-930-9010
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Gush Etzion Recreational Park, Abu Cleb, Gush Etzion
All are products are "Kosher Mehadrin, Gush Etzion"
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The interior of the new Guinness Brewhouse in Dublin

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/going-places-the-civilians-dont/

You won’t believe this one weird trick they used to fly beer to the D-Day troops in Normandy

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/you-wont-believe-this-one-weird-trick-they-used-to-fly-beer-to-the-d-day-troops-in-normandy/

Brilliance in advertising

Was water really regarded as dangerous to drink in the Middle Ages?
Posted on March 4, 2014 by Martyn Cornell

It’s a story I’ve been guilty of treating a little too uncritically myself: “In the Middle Ages people drank beer rather than water because the water wasn’t safe.” But is that correct? No, not at all, according to the American food history blogger Jim Chevallier, who calls it The Great Medieval Water Myth

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/was-water-really-regarded-as-dangerous-to-drink-in-the-middle-ages/

Was water really regarded as dangerous to drink in the Middle Ages?

It’s a story I’ve been guilty of treating a little too uncritically myself: “In the Middle Ages people drank beer rather than water because the water wasn’t safe.” But is that correct? No, not at all, according to the American food history blogger Jim Chevallier, who calls it The Great Medieval Water Myth

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/was-water-really-regarded-as-dangerous-to-drink-in-the-middle-ages/

Was it ever

Gruit Britain?

The herb ale 

tradition

I dunno, you wait hundreds of years for a herb-flavoured beer, and then two come along at once. Just coincidence, I’m sure, but two new beers (ales, strictly), from the Pilot brewery in Leith, Scotland, and the Ilkley brewery in Yorkshire, have been announced this week that go back to the pre-hop tradition of flavouring your drink with whatever herbs and plants you could find in the local fields, hedgerows and woods, or up on the local moors. I’m delighted to see them, because I love herb-flavoured ales. I have just one worry, as a historian.

http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/was-it-ever-gruit-britain-the-herb-ale-tradition/

Independent brewers reap benefits of beer duty cut

SIBA Beer Report 2014 portrays thriving local brewing sector

Independent brewers are reaping the benefits of the scrapping of the beer duty escalator in last year’s Budget with increased sales.

Glasgow Beer Taps