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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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Paul Kermizian
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Jeremy Goldberg Jeremy Goldberg ... Himself
Paul Kermizian Paul Kermizian ... Himself
Jon Miller Jon Miller ... Himself
Robert Purvis Robert Purvis ... Himself (as Robert Purvis)
Richard Sterling Richard Sterling ... Himself
Fal Allen Fal Allen ... Himself
Ken Allen Ken Allen ... Himself
Tom Allen Tom Allen ... Himself
Larry Bell Larry Bell ... Himself
Sam Calagione Sam Calagione ... Himself
Dan Carey Dan Carey ... Himself
Deb Carey Deb Carey ... Herself
Bill Covaleski Bill Covaleski ... Himself
David Geary David Geary ... Himself
Mike Hale 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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brewery | beer | See All (2) »

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A Bockumentary

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Documentary

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Official Sites:

Six Hundred Films

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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References Strange Brew (1983) See more »

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The Best Beer Movie Ever
8 May 2006 | by WildHockeySee all my reviews

If you like REAL Beer, not mass produced garbage called Miller, Coors and Bud, than this is your movie. I bought this DVD because I love craft and micro brewed beer and was not disappointed. I also learned a lot about brewing beer that has always been a mystery for me. Getting to see and hear the stories of guys who just left there normal everyday jobs to invest and start a brewery and then on top of it be successful is very interesting to say the least. I Wish there were more movies like this. The guys who made this movie were all average joe's and were not acting just for the camera, so it made it much more appealing and involving for me as I watched it. They toured 38 breweries only, so I am hoping that a sequel would be in order because there are about 1000 more in the US that I would love to see.


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