Jews and . . . no booze?
“My fight right now is against the Homebrew and the Hebrew.”
But was the beverage mentioned in the Tanakh?
A brief look at some of the many Jewish words relating to alcohol.
Polish aristocrats trusted them not to drink up the supplies.
A religious exemption for sacramental wine encouraged Gentile “rabbis” to organize “congregations.”
“By the way, the beer isn’t bad.”
The story of Isaac Wolfe Bernheim, a Jewish immigrant turned whiskey mogul.
The story of raki in America.