Beardslee Public House to host free screening of beer documentary

  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017 8:38am
  • Business

Beardslee Public House will host the first public viewing of the documentary “Blood, Sweat and Beer” at 8 p.m. April 26. This is an exclusive sneak preview before the film is shown anywhere else in Washington State.

Drew Cluley, Beardslee Public House head brewer, will host the exclusive preview of the 90-minute documentary. Specials will include pints of all Beardslee Public House beers ($3) and the famous brewing grain pretzel with gouda sauce ($3). Cluley will also be on hand to talk about craft brewing and to share his brewing experience.

The event is free, but attendees must RSVP to 425-286-1001.

“Blood, Sweat and Beer” is a feature documentary about the explosive growth of the craft beer industry and the dramatic journeys of two start-up breweries. The film follows the stories of four entrepreneurs with one ultimate goal: to quench the thirst of the craft-craving masses. For more information, visit bloodsweatbeermovie.vhx.tv.

This is taken from a Beardslee press release.

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