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Taybeh Creates O'Doul's for Hamasnikim

The Lebanon Daily Star reports,

Like any good entrepreneur, Palestinian beermaker Nadim Khoury knew that adaptation would be key to his brewery’s survival under a government led by the Islamists of Hamas. So anticipating the hard-liners’ rise to power in January’s general election, Khoury decided to develop a new product – a nonalcoholic microbrew brandished with a label that coordinates perfectly with Hamas’ trademark color.
“All customers will notice the green for the Hamas flag,” said Khoury, who runs the Taybeh Brewing Company, the only brewery in the territories.
The alcohol-free version of Taybeh beer, with a label inscribed only in Arabic and whose name means “delicious,” is to be released this summer and will target the “local market,” he said.

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3 thoughts on “Taybeh Creates O'Doul's for Hamasnikim

  1. Taybeh is owned by Christians!
    It’s a fine beer, better than Maccabi for sure, and probably better that bottled Goldstar – but not as good as draft Goldstar.

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