Dancing Camel, one of Tel Aviv’s great small, local breweries, makes absolutely delicious beer.
From Pomegranate Ale to Cherry Vanilla Stout… they know what they’re doing. Coming from a female non-beer drinker, you can take my word for it. I would never drink the stuff unless it was good.
They offer a great local product that serves as a wonderful alternative to imported, carbon-footprint heavy beers (they recently sold their beers at Tel Aviv’s slow food farmer’s market). And to top it all off, their brewery in southern Tel Aviv has been the home of some great parties.
This Wednesday night Dancing Camel will be hosting a party with an environmental conscience.
Their dance party (tunes courtesy of DJ Lindzee) will collect a 40 NIS donation at the door to benefit the Zalul Environmental Association‘s environmental education program. All donations will go towards the cause. As their poster says, it’ll be great beer, great hors d’oeuvres, great music, and a great cause.
Zalul is a non-profit organization with a focus on protecting and maintaing clen, clear water along Israel’s rivers and shorelines. It was founded in 1999 by a group of concerned citizens and has since grown to include a small team of professionals from various fields. It is currently one of Israel’s leading environmental NGOs.
It’s not very often that environmental benefits are both fund-raising and fun-raising, and we appload both Zalul and Dancing Camel for their joint efforts.
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