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Lindemans beer has a hechsher from the triangle k. This hechsher is recommended (by most kosher agencies) only for certain products. Is there another organization who can verify the koshrus of this product?

  • Please explain your 2nd sentence. What does "for certain products from most kosher agencies" mean? Who recommends what type of products? – DanF Aug 30 '16 at 16:52
  • here is one response... "That hashgacha is only recommended for certain products. We don’t have info on the product you mentioned."- CRC email – Dude Aug 30 '16 at 17:57
  • I'm mekayem of some who will not hold by Triangle K on anything. – ezra Apr 27 '17 at 20:46
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Do you mean their fruit or flavored beers? If you're just talking about a plain-old Belgian beer containing nothing other than grain, hops, and yeast, it's basically a non-issue, kashrus-wise.

cRc's policy:

All standard unflavored beers with no additives are acceptable, even without Kosher certification. This applies to both American and imported beers, light, dark and non-alcoholic beers. Flavored beer, including those flavored with spices, botanicals, or fruits, require hashgachah.

(Though I believe the Star-K prefers to give a blank check only to domestic unflavored beers, just to play it extra-safe.)

  • edited.. concerning lindemans the crc has said... "That hashgacha is only recommended for certain products. We don’t have info on the product you mentioned." – Dude Aug 30 '16 at 16:16
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    @Dude a plain-grain beer doesn't need any hashgacha! For something more complicated like a fruit beer ... yeah, I don't think anyone has better information. I would avoid it. – Shalom Aug 30 '16 at 23:36

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