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Cobra goes kosher

by: Leslie Bunder - Last updated: 2006-06-26

Cobra beer goes kosher

Cobra beer

Whether you like your curry hot or mild, nothing goes finer with a good old ruby than some beer. So it's really good news that Cobra, one of the most popular Indian beers on the market, has now been certified kosher.

Whether you like your curry hot or mild, nothing goes finer with a good old ruby than some beer. And of course, the best type of beer to go with your vindaloo or korma is also Indian in origin. So it's really good news that Jews of all kosher observance can now indulge in one of the greatest success stories in beer – Cobra.

Taking its inspiration from what is now the technology capital of India, Bangalore, Cobra has been given the thumbs-up by the London Beth Din, meaning even the Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks may have one with his bhajis.

So what's the big fuss about Cobra? Quite simply, it is one of the finest beers known to man. The adverts speak for themselves – non-gassy means you have a beer that doesn't fill you up with air, but rather is full of flavour.

So next time you're looking to crack open a bottle with your tikka masala or even your schwarma, try Cobra. In fact, we tried it with a traditional Friday night meal of roast chicken, and boy did it work well.