10 Beer Films Every Beer Geek Should Watch
Well, the weather outside is frightful, but inside it’s so delightful because we are catching up on craft beer flicks! Pair these with some craft beer and popcorn.
By The Beer Community on Dec. 28, 2017
(Original Article from The Brew Enthusiast)
Movies and Documentaries on the Craft Beer Industry
Ditch Netflix for a bit and check out these movies and documentaries based on our favourite topic: beer. These movies and documentaries give a fascinating look into the rise of one of America’s biggest booming markets, the craft beer industry.
(It’s also interesting in retrospect to hear some of the predictions on the future of craft beer and beer as a whole.)
And it’ll definitely help expand your knowledge on craft beer and the beer industry, so you can show off to all the beer snobs and your local brew.
Beer Films Every Beer Geeks Needs To Watch
1. Crafting A Nation
Above is the official trailer. Click here to watch the whole thing.
2. Beer Culture
3. Blood, Sweat, and Beer
Above is the official trailer. Click here to watch the full movie.
Watched all 3 and looking for more movies and documentaries on beer and the beer industry?
Check out THE BREW ENTHUSIAST for the complete list of 10 beer movies and documentaries that every beer geek needs to watch!
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