The Jerusalem Beer Association has been criticized for using its own beer bottle label to promote its craft beer store and brewpub, according to an investigation by the Jewish newspaper Haaretz.
The association is owned by the family of Rabbi Abraham Lior, who is also the owner of the Beer Advocate, a chain of retail stores that have sold beer to Jewish customers for more than 50 years.
The Beer Advocate is part of a wave of new craft beer stores opening across the country.
Some of these stores are opening in Brooklyn, New York, and Brooklyn, Vermont, and in Seattle.
In an interview with Haaretz, the group’s executive director, Yehuda Haggadah, denied using the Beer Association’s label for promotion purposes.
“We are a wholesaler,” Haggaddah told Haaretz.
“We are not in business to market our products, but to sell them.”
Haggaddacah said the label was used for promotional purposes only.
“It was used to promote the Beer Advocacy store, not to sell it.”
The Beer Association denied using its name for promotional reasons.
“The Beer Alliance was not involved in any way in the design of the packaging of our products,” said Haaretz’ report.
Haggadachan added that the Beer Alliance had only purchased two bottles of beer in 2016, and he said that he had no knowledge of the label being used for any other purpose.
The Association’s branding, which has been widely criticized for being offensive and offensive to its customers, is a common tactic for anti-Israel groups to promote their cause.
In October, a local synagogue in Pennsylvania used the Beer Advisory label to advertise its beer store, The Beer Institute, a place where customers can sample and taste beer, without incurring charges.
In a separate case in New Jersey, a similar group of Jewish organizations was accused of using the logo of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) to promote itself, The New Jersey Star-Ledger reported.
In response to the Haaretz investigation, the Beer Authority told Ha’aretz that it had no record of using any of its own branding in the past.
“There is nothing in our history that we would like to make public,” the association said.
“It’s not a part of our business.
I don’t think we are going to make it public.”