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Beer and Food Festival

While exploring the taste of Israel and Israel cuisine and the unique sites in the Holyland cuisine I find the beer and food festival.

Sometimes I have fancy places to dine, sometimes I’m taking you to the Falafel and the markets, I’m doing my best to keep you up to date in the event and the places for Israeli food and dining.

Not long ago I gave you a review on the beer festival of Kfar Saba, Last week. There was a beer festival in Hod Hasharon, the festival is taking place in Ramat Hasharon in even Beer-Sheva.

In the beer festival in Kfar Saba, I wrote about the beers, this time I want to write about the food.

I did drink and taste some beers, but the food is the main things.

As I said in the previous blog post, I wrote about the food trucks.

This is a bit issue in Israel mostly because of the Kosher (hard to keep it without regular kitchen). And taxes (with the municipal authority – which city you will pay a fee in), and the kitchen and restaurants in Israel have some laws for business such as restaurants.

But in these kinds of events, it’s possible to invite portable kitchens such as the food trucks.

What food trucks and what kind of good was at the beer festival?

There wasn’t connecting line in the type of the kitchen and food. Prices were decently and didn’t exceed the 50 Shekel.

What dishes and what kind of food?

-Vegan point – there was a vegan burger, cauliflower in the coating, onion tempura and vegan hot dog

Beer, food, music, vegan

-Pizza food truck

Beer, food, music

-Smoked meat

Smoked meat

-Dim Sum

-German hot dog

-I saw baked potato, but I didn’t bother to take a picture or to eat that, anywhere you will go you will find potatoes.

Saved for last – the music.

Knesiat Hasechel is an Israeli band from Sderot.

They play authentic Israeli and ethnic music combined with rock music. Great band!

Overall it was a great evening beside the moist.

Until next time peace out

Drinks · Markets · Vegan

Beer Festival in Kfar Saba, Cheers!

Do you like beer? And festivals? how about beer festival!?

What’s about the drinks?
Thirsty? Let’s drink!

The beer festival is not an Israeli idea, and Israel is not the origin of these kinds of events, but after being in one last weekend, I thought I should drop a line here about this great event.

Beer festival Kfar Saba

Beer Festival!

Music, food, and beer, this all that, needed to have a great evening.

What kind of food?

There were 40 kinds of beer from all over the world, including Israeli beers such as Negev, Malka taking respected place on the beers stage international beers.

Beer festival Kfar Saba

Proud of our Israeli products!

I understood there were even non-Gluten beers, which is excellent!

I like the sweet beers, but it’s hard for me to believe that anyone who wants beer will not find his taste there.

Food and food trucks

Right next to the beers (after all it’s a beer festival), there was an area of food trucks. The food truck is a new theme in Israel, and they are not allowed in the city areas so for now, we can enjoy them only in these kinds of festivals such this one and the Eurovision festival.

Food truck offered smoked meat – tasty meat. We had some great Berlin sausages, not really the Israeli heritage, but hey we want to eat.

Beer festival Kfar Saba

One for the food trucks offered great burgers, and others were making baked potatoes and pasta.

There was something for everyone to eat and to drink.

Last and I think least the music!

On the first day of the beer festival, the band – Monica sex performed – I understand that they gave a great show!

On the 2nd day of the beer festival (the day I was at the festival) – The performance was by Mofah Harnavot of Dr. Casper, there is no English way to write the name of the band.

Rock group from 1994, reunited not long ago and they have excellent rock music.

The festival was a free entrance.

I’m a big fan of such events and trying to go to every occasion there is.

I’ll keep an update here on any event I’ll go.

Cheers!