1961 Israel Malt Beer Poster Magazine Cover Advertisement Glass Bottle Judaica For Sale
DESCRIPTION : Here for sale is an ORIGINAL illustrated FULL PAGEposter- like
large colored ADVERTISEMENT for ISRAELI BEVERAGE - LIGHT MALT BEER BEVERAGE which was attached as a back cove ( Printed on
verso ) to the 1961
issue of the Hebrew - Israeli - Jewish weekly illustrated magazine LAISHA ( TO THE WOMAN ). Being a nice FULL PAGE size, Full color illustrated
ADVERTISEMENT for the Israeli SOFT DRINK named "PEP". Being a type of MALT BEER. Long before COCA COLA and similar soft drinks have invaded Israel , One of the typical , mythological Israeli soft drinks was "PEP" , With its very typical shape of its GLAS BOTTLE . Manufactured by the BEER BREWRY "ABIR" ( Knight ) in Israel Natanya . The slogan is " FOR THE HEALTH OF THE FAMILLY - PEP - DRINK AND ENJOY - NATURAL AND PASTEURIZE " being said by the smiling SUN itself , Sipping the dring through a straw , Being cooled down as it drinks. . A VERY RARE BEAUTY . Unlike MOVIE or COOKING magazines which one tends to keep - The
"LAISHA" magazines , were only seldomly kept or
bound and thus are quite RARE. The Hebrew written ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE was published in
TEL AVIV - ISRAELin 1961 . A fine Judaica collectible. Size ofADVERTISEMENT 9" x 13".Excellent
printingquality .Printed on stock. Suitable for immediate framing. Very good condition . ( Please watch the scan for a reliable AS IS scan )Item will be sent in
a special protective rigid sealed packaging.
poster-like ORIGINAL from 1961 ,It holds a life long GUARANTEE for its AUTHENTICITY and
: Payment methods accepted : Paypal .
Shipp worldwide via registeredairmail is free . Will be sentflat
in a special protective envelope
. Handling within 3-5 days after payment. Estimated Int'l duration around 14
Malt Beer beverage is an American term for both alcohol containing and non-alcoholic fermented beverages, in which the primary ingredient is the grain, or seed of the barley plant, which has been allowed to sprout in a traditional way called "malting" slightly before it is processed. By far, the most predominant malt beverage is beer (naturally fermented barley sugars flavored with hops), of which there are two main styles: ale and lager.
A very low alcohol level beverage brewed in this fashion is technically
identical to "non-alcoholic beer." Such a beverage may be prepared by
using a slightly altered brewing process which yields very little
alcohol (technically less than 0.5% by volume). These are called Low-alcohol beers or "near beers".