Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Is it possible to make a distinction about beer for those who have nausea from Maine

Since there is a bit of a sick place in this, therefore if AA wants to prevent him from relying on the McLean in this, but he will do it on natural orange juice and not on beer.
And how much better is it for him to differ about the wine and taste something and give it to others to drink than to differ today about something that is not wine.

Sources: Here, where there is no definition of state clay, it is not permissible to sanctify something that is not state clay, as demonstrated in Ovada Damimer in Pesachim 16, as well as in PK Danzir page 4 and Bandarim Mat 12 Efi' instead of headache, and here is the opinion of the Chazu that today there is no state clay And it is appropriate to feel in his opinion that the meaning of the judges who defined Khmer Medina is that it is the main drink of the citizens of the city according to MB Raab 24, and from the above regarding the matter of orange juice, the Hazo'a took that it is possible that it is important as Khmer Medina and did not actually rely on this, and the opinion of the Grisha in Shavuot Yitzchak Pesach PIA letter D, which are Khmer Medina, and therefore since in this the Haza'a seems to admit from the main point of the law to explain how many of the rulers of our time there are Khmer Medina today (we were in general the AGM, the Gershaza, the Grisha, the Shabal, the Gerhap, and the Ol who agreed in principle that today Khmer belongs to a state with us as the Chazoa and his helper), therefore instead of sick AA to prevent those who want to trust it.

But beer despite the fact that at the time of the GAM there were places where it was considered a state beer, but in our time the appellants argued about this because beer is not so important and the people as a whole are not used to drinking it (see the discussion in the comments and additions in Havdalah).

And it is better for him to give the latter to drink, in which he certainly goes beyond his duty, and this is the solution given in the Halacha to the matter between the Egyptians (Tara'a) and to the matter of one who has vowed not to drink (Tare'a 9), and in this he goes out of his duty, and as Kmash Shu'a'ar dlko'a in havdalah is useful If someone else drinks, also to share for the sake of sanctification.
And from the main point of the law, even a small one is useful for it, if the small one comes out of the difference, and if there is no big one, I. B. C. will graze there (and see there in the comments and additions).

And also the Chazoa, since he was a diabetic, he used to drink a little of the Havdalah all year long and give the rest to another person who comes out of the Havdalah to drink, (see in the book Kara Ali Moed and Barachot Rabbinu).
And also the driver of the Manchai (the voice of the Torah from 55777) who did so, who tasted a little, etc., where the corrector who did so is to be afraid, according to the Maga Raev Skat, it was brought there in the 2012 Skala3 that it is forbidden to consecrate the wine in order for it to be drunk Others if he doesn't drink and they know how to sanctify, and I. Rama I, Ibid. 9.

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