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Venue: Independence Park
Address: Hillel St 6 Jerusalem,
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 - Sat, 29 Aug 2020
Hours: 6PM - 12AM
You must be an adult to attend this event.
As one of the major events of Israel's beer industry, the Jerusalem Beer Festival offers unforgettable nights dedicated to celebrating 120 beer types and styles, both local and international, tens of thousands of visitors from all parts of Israel, live music and unique ambiance. Held for many years, the festivities last from 18:00 till midnight at the Independence Park in the heart of Jerusalem.
You’re more than welcome to enjoy the oldest and most significant event of this kind in Israel. The Jerusalem Beer Festival earned its place as an icon of the leisure culture in the Capital and a crucial part of the Summer festivities in town. Thousands of people look forward to it year after year. And because we’re loyal to our traditions, this year you’ll enjoy performances of the best artists as well.
The annual and splendid festival gained international recognition and turned into a symbol of the local entertainment culture, and it brings together visitors, tourists and locals to enjoy an unbelievable variety of find and chilled beers, great food, and awesome people, all joined together under the fresh air and clearsky. Come taste unimaginable kinds of beers, dance to the sounds of uplifting music and experience all kinds of leisure.
(Photo: Igor Faberov)
The bars that will be established in the festival compound will serve you with over 120 unique flavors of beers from all around Israel and the world. The Jerusalem Beer Festival is one of a kind in the country, it hosts a wide variety of notable international brands, along with local boutique breweries, so there’s no doubt that Israel had become a significant player in the worldwide level.
Over 15,000 visitors come by the event annually, enjoying a wide variety of beers, fun and diverse crowd and a unique atmosphere you won’t find anywhere else. And not to forget the awesome live gigs.
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