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American Beer (2004)

In June of 2002, five friends left New York City by minivan and set out across the United States to visit 38 breweries in 40 days.

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Jeremy Goldberg ... Himself
Paul Kermizian ... Himself
Jon Miller ... Himself
Robert Purvis ... Himself (as Robert Purvis)
Richard Sterling ... Himself
Fal Allen ... Himself
Ken Allen ... Himself
Tom Allen ... Himself
Larry Bell ... Himself
Sam Calagione ... Himself
Dan Carey ... Himself
Deb Carey ... Herself
Bill Covaleski ... Himself
David Geary ... Himself
Mike Hale ... Himself
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In June of 2002, five friends left New York City by minivan and set out across the United States to visit 38 breweries in 40 days.

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A Bockumentary

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Could it BE?? Entertaining AND Educational?? You bet!
15 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

I showed this film to 60 people in a small gallery in Laurel, MD, just outside of DC. We had a blast!! Not only did we show the movie, but we served as many of the beers featured in the movie as we could find. This was a fun, entertaining documentary that not only entertained us as a travelogue of the United States, but educated us about the small independent brewers in America.

This film gave us unique American stories about the culture surrounding local beers and the independent brewers throughout this land. Big time corporate America might not have as much fun with this film, but it shows us just how much we should try and look for the under- recognized brands. There is talent and ability all throughout the United States and this film showed us the quintessential American story. If you love doing something, and you get creative with it, then you and the world will be better for it.


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