American Beer is a feature-length documentary directed by Paul Kermizian that chronicles and documents the American craft brewing industry. The film was shot in the spring of 2002. Kermizian and a group of four left New York City and traveled by minivan across the United States visiting 38 craft and independent breweries in 40 days.
- Stars:Jeremy Goldberg, Paul Kermizian, Jon Miller, Robert Purvis, Richard Sterling, Fal Allen, Ken Allen, Tom Allen, Larry Bell, Sam Calagione, Dan Carey, Deb Carey, Bill Covaleski, David Geary, Mike Hale,
- Director:Paul Kermizian,
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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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