Busch Beer Garden will increase its production of Budweiser Beer and Stella Artois in anticipation of a new Bibi beer garden on the site.
According to a statement issued by the brewery, Bibi Beer Garden, set to open in late March, will have a beer garden which will include three tap rooms.
The project will be funded by a grant from the Beer Garden and Tourism Ministry, as well as funding from the Ministry of Culture.
“We are excited to partner with the Bibi administration to expand our existing beer garden and to bring our beloved Budweis and Stella’s back to Israel,” said Budweiss Beer Company CEO Michael Bensinger.
“Bibi has an exceptional vision and we are committed to working with him to achieve that vision.
This project will add to the unique and vibrant Israeli experience and enhance the value of Budthes and StellaArtois,” Bensingers added.
In a previous statement, the Beer Gardens said it was expanding the number of craft beers it would produce by 30% in 2017.
“The goal of the new project is to develop a craft beer culture that is inclusive of both local and international craft brewers and craft beer consumers,” said Beer Gardens CEO Ronan Katz.
“We are working to increase the diversity of the beer we serve and to diversify the distribution network of Israeli craft beer.”
The Bibi government has been pushing for more craft beer outlets in the West Bank, with a recent decision to create a new Beer Garden for the Palestinian territories.
The Beer Garden was set up in 2008, after the government decided to establish a Beer Garden in East Jerusalem, with the aim of providing a beer-centric market for local Israeli producers.
In 2016, the Israeli Supreme Court ordered the creation of a Beer Gardens in East Bank and Gaza.