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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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A Bockumentary

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Official Sites:

Six Hundred Films

Country:

USA

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English

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21 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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A Budweiser of a movie
23 April 2004 | by dogglebeSee all my reviews

Watching a movie about four guys visiting microbreweries and drinking and like being the designated driver on a pubcrawl. After ten minutes, you're dying for a beer, yourself. There's simply no point to it and you get nothing out of it. The four beer travellers/drinkers do nothing to movie this movie along. If anything, they slowed it down. You can easily leave half this movie on the cutting room floor and nobody would know the difference. It seems like a student film, or a home movie that was never edited. If you want to learn something about beer, there are plenty of books on Amazon.com to read. If you want to be entertained, your spit out of luck.


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