CRAFT Beer Documentary Screening in 3 Canadian Cities This Month

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VANCOUVER, BCCRAFT, a new documentary on craft beer by Vancouver-based filmmaker Craig Noble, will be screened in three Canadian cities this month as part of a North American tour for the film.

Set to be presented by Noble in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, CRAFT has the following description:

The latest film from Craig Noble follows him on a coast to coast journey that includes an apprenticeship at a farm brewery, beer schooling in Vermont that lead to Cicerone certification and the development of his farmhouse ale recipe. Inspired by the double digit growth of the craft brewing industry, Noble takes a look at how breweries are taking on the task of maintaining the quality, creativity and integrity expected by thirsty beer connoisseurs.

In Montreal, a free screening of the film will take place on Wednesday June 11th at 9:00 PM on the Terrasse St-Ambroise at McAuslan Brewery (5080 Rue Saint-Ambroise). In addition to various McAuslan beers, a one-off batch of the Farmhouse Ale that Noble developed for the film will also be available to purchase.

In Toronto, an already sold out screening will take place on the patio at Bellwoods Brewery (124 Ossington Ave.) on Thursday June 12th at 9:00 PM. The $15 admission price includes a glass of Omerta, a popular summer beer from Bellwoods made with orange peel and hibiscus, and other “surprise beers” will also be available.

In Vancouver, Noble returns home with a screening at the Rio Theatre (1660 East Broadway) on Thursday June 26th at 8:30 PM. Noble’s Farmhouse Ale along with beers from Postmark Brewing and Glassbender Brewing will be available during the screening, and a pre-show VIP tasting will feature beer from Four Winds Brewing, Driftwood Brewery, Crannog Ales and Brassneck Brewery. VIP tickets for the tasting and screening are $13 in advance/$15 at the door, while film-only tickets are $8 in advance/$10 at the door.

For more details, see the tour page on the CRAFT website.

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