While you’re at #BBC13 this year in Boston, you may be approached by a film crew for a brief interview or see them around the conference documenting the various session, events, and activities. These will be our friends and conference supporters, Delaware Valley Video.
By day, Delaware Valley Video is a digital media company that produces professional quality promotional shorts for a variety of businesses. By night (for at least the last several years), Delaware Valley Video puts on their craft beer hats and has made a full-length documentary on the history of beer in Brooklyn, NY.
Brewed In Brooklyn is the fascinating story of beer in this borough of New York City. Brooklyn has gone from once being considered the “Beer Capital” of the US (and arguably the world) to not having a single brewery within its border – all in the span of a century. Maker of the film, John Weber, was inspired to create the film after taking a historical tour of several of the once thriving, yet abandoned breweries of Brooklyn.
Below is the trailer for Brewed In Brooklyn. DVDs are available for $20 on their website, and if you’re in the Brooklyn area on July 22, there will be a screening at the Brooklyn Brewery. Details and tickets can be reserved here.
Janson Media says
Thank you for writing this post about one of the films that we represent! Brewed In Brooklyn is a great little doc about the beer culture in Brooklyn and it’s wonderful history. I wanted to share with you that the film is currently available on HULU for free. Here’s the link to watch it in entirety! Enjoy.