Kosher beer called “Simcha” launched in Germany
“Simcha” is a new kosher beer that recently launched in Germany. The brewery in Hartmannsdorf makes around 10,000 bottles of the beer a day. If the beer becomes popular, they have plans to expand their market throughout Europe. The light pilsner is 4.6% alcohol, and is a mix between the American style pilsner and the traditional pilsner.
The beer is “kosher” because the entire harvesting and processing methods are under control of a Rabbi. There are no additives, and there are strict requirements for cleanliness in place which are closely supervised.
Simcha is the Hebrew word for joy.
More information about the beer can be found at http://schalom-chemnitz.de/restaurant_links/schalom_restuarant_simcha.htm (German site)
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I live in Denver, Colorado. This blog is everything about beer, wine, cider, mead and other spirits.
I am a avid homebrewer and winemaker. I’ve been making my own beer and wine for many years. I started making beer when I was in college (mostly because the drinking age in the United States is 21). My first few beers were horrible. The beers are much better now, and I often supply my neighborhood with free beer! It is a great hobby!