Date(s) - Saturday, July 27
10:30 am - 7:00 pm
Bryant Lake Bowl
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Crafting a Nation Documentary & Better Beer Society announce Minnesota Premiere on Saturday July 27th, 2013.
Crafting a Nation, a documentary on American craft beer and the economic revitalization of small business, will hold its Minneapolis public debut on July 27th, 2013, in a double screening at 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at “BBS Certified” establishment Bryant Lake Bowl at 810 W. Lake Street, Minneapolis.
Entertainment and a Q&A with filmmakers and special guests will follow, as well as a bowling party will follow at 4:00 p.m.
In addition, there will be with a special beer & brunch menu featuring local and regional breweries featured in the movie. Tickets will be on sale at www.bryantlakebowl.com for $10 per ticket, beer & brunch will be sold separately.
The screenings are presented by the Better Beer Society, www.betterbeersociety.com, a Twin Cities based organization dedicated to the education, growth and awareness of craft beer. BBS helps retailers improve upon their standards in selling and serving beer as well as educating consumers on all aspects of the industry by way of their Better Beer Society University (fall registration begins July 24th).
For more info on the Better Beer Society, please contact Rob Shellman at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crafting A Nation, a documentary filmed by Free Mind Productions, from Denver, CO, covers economic recovery and the American Dream via the booming craft beer industry. The film visits craft breweries in 15 locations, along with following a new Colorado brewery from idea to grand opening. The movie shows these breweries as they finish construction, launch their brands, and open to the public, and focuses on the struggles and triumphs of small business owners. Crafting A Nation tells stories of local economies, where a brewery serves as a catalyst to a chain reaction which occurs from breweries revitalizing a section of a city and providing jobs, and the resulting domino effect that follows with other small businesses that work together to succeed as a result of the brewery.
For more information on the film, www.craftinganation.com or facebook.com/