THE BEER DIARIES

Director Mike Mann
Year 2014
Starring Greg Zeschuk
Run Time 105min
Age Policy

21 and up. No one under 21 admitted.

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We know Austin has been missing its favorite beer show, so after a hiatus in Colorado THE BEER DIARIES returns once again to the Alamo Drafthouse with the World Premiere of three all-new episodes celebrating Austin's amazing craft beer scene. There will be beers, there will be brewers, and there will a chance to meet and greet the folks from THE BEER DIARIES team, as well as the people that make some of your favorite beers!

THE BEER DIARIES is on a mission to celebrate and promote craft beer around the world. We love craft beer and have great reverence for the passionate artisans that make it. We learned to love craft beer while we were in Austin, Texas, so it's only fitting Austin is the first location where we go behind the scenes and share a pint with our favorite brewers.

THE BEER DIARIES is hosted by Dr. Greg Zeschuk, a former medical doctor turned video game developer turned Chief Beer Enthusiast. The production team, led by director Mike Mann, is a talented group of local Austin filmmakers that like beer almost as much as they love telling great stories.

Join us as we partake in a delicious local craft beer together, then sit back and enjoy THE BEER DIARIES.

In our third installment we'll be showing episodes featuring:

Live Oak Brewing Company

Shiner

Infamous Brewing Company

Note: Your ticket will include a 3-beer flight chosen by the brewers.

 

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