Goldstar (beer)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Type Israeli lager
Manufacturer Tempo
Introduced 1950
Alcohol by volume 4.9%
Variants Goldstar Unfiltered, Goldstar Black Roast, Goldstar Light

Goldstar (Hebrew: גולדסטאר) is an Israeli brand of 4.9% abv lager brewed by Tempo in Netanya. The beer was introduced in 1950, and is currently the top-selling beer in Israel.[1] It is marketed as a dark lager beer ("בירה לאגר כהה"), though it is amber in appearance.[2]

Goldstar beer from the tap.JPG

Popular culture[edit]