When I first started this blog back in 2008, I perceived a lack of readily available information as to the kashrus of beer available on the market. As such, I began publishing a list of beer which I knew to be kosher based on my own e-mailing with various kashrus organizations.
Boruch Hashem, the work performed by the CRC has obviated the need for me to create my own list. In addition to the list of beer known to be under hashgacha, the CRC list also contains sections which identify beer which is approved and that which is not recommended, based on research they have done on breweries which are not under supervision. Additionally, the CRC list is updated on a constant basis, as opposed to my list which I only updated around Purim and Labor Day.
As such, I would recommend that anyone looking for information on a specific beer first check out the CRC list CRC Kosher Liquor List. If there is no information on the CRC list about the beer which is the subject of your inquiry, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
I am a 48 year old lawyer, happily married with four kids. When not fighting with insurance companies trying to get them to honor their policies (aka Work) I enjoy Daf Yomi (20 years and counting), spending time with my family, sports and of course, beer.
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