[Dixielandjazz] Eggy Ley and Taybee beer
Gary Lawrence Murphy
garym at teledyn.com
Fri Aug 9 21:27:11 PDT 2013
LOL ... well I'd say far from it: what is surreal is that this scene
isn't completely ordinary!
But perhaps what it really says is that there is hope for humanity after all
(and I just *knew* beer would be part of that hope ;)
On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 6:56 PM, Marek Boym <marekboym at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just heard side 2 of an excellent Eggy Ley LP on the WAM label, and had a
> bottle of Taybee Amber Ale. Taybee is a Christian Arab village in either
> Samaria or Judea (not sure), with a brewery - probably the only one in the
> area administered by the "Palestinian" Authority. And they have an annual
> beer festival, too, to the chagrine of their Muslim neighbours - because it
> draws big crowds of young people, many (perhaps most) of them - Muslim.
> Excellent beer; the brewery also makes a very good lager and dark beer.
> Really surreal - an Israeli sititng with a bottle of "Palestinian" beer and
> listening to a British band on a GErman label.
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