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Friends, fans, colleagues, and rivals reflect on the talents and achievements of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Includes excerpts from an interview with Bill Gates and Jobs shortly after his cancer diagnosis.
This show traces the important role that beer has played in human history from the probable origins of the first beer at the dawn of history to the development of a special beer for use in zero gravity space missions.
Every era gets the drug it deserves. In America today, where competition is ceaseless from school to the workforce and everyone wants a performance edge, Adderall and other prescription stimulants are the defining drugs of this generation.
Overall a good movie. I was hoping for a bit more on different micro-brew's, they only focused on a few. The ones they did focus on they did a good job showing their disadvantage.
As a libertarian I have to disagree with the prevailing opinion of the movie. Big Beer isn't evil their competitive. They use their power to leverage government to make it hard for the little guys to compete. With out the government rules I would have Magic Hat in Las Vegas!!! They did show how prohibition killed most of the craft beers.
Worth the time to give it a watch. It does a good job showing how hard it is to get a craft beer off the ground. It does a bad job showing you all the breweries around the country and what they have to offer. Once a micro brew makes it big, their no longer a micro brew.
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