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Jewish Whiskey Enthusiasts Are Changing How Spirits Are Sold

Jewish Whiskey Enthusiasts Are Changing How Spirits Are Sold

Every Saturday Jews across North America make their way to worship and drink whiskey. Strictly speaking, they are gathering for the specific purpose of prayer; drinking whiskey is just a pleasant way of passing the time with fellow congregants. But the kosher bottlings from prominent whiskey labels, the growth of “kiddush clubs,” and the spread […]

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The History Of Manischewitz; Or, Where Did That Sweet Grape Wine Come From?

The History Of Manischewitz; Or, Where Did That Sweet Grape Wine Come From?

Being that this coming Saturday evening marks the beginning of the Jewish festival of Purim, a holiday in which celebrants are commanded to get drunk with happiness (meaning: drink lots of wine), we thought it would be appropriate to delve into the history of a wine that, for many who are Jewish, was the first […]

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