Known for their hard to categorize yet deliciously full-bodied brews, the fellas at Agrarian Ales invited us down to Eugene to share what it takes to transform a family farm into a traditional farmhouse style brewery in Hopstory #2
For the 2nd episode of our new web series, Brew Age, we invade the home of *the* all-star beer family, the Brewer-Hay's. Do yourself a favor and stop by Elizabeth Street Brewery (or ESB) sometime in Noe Valley and try the Grandpa Jack Ale! elizabethstreetbrewery.com/
Thank you to EVERYONE involved in this project and stayed tuned for more episodes coming VERY SOON!
Graphic design done by Rube (alexmageedesign.com)
Motion GFX done by Brett (brettputman.com)
Website done by Tyler (tylerhowarth.com)
Music by (In order):
Niels Nielsen- "I'm Not Here"
Zachary Thachet (pastoralsounds.com/)
Possimiste- "Behind The Seas"
Free Music Archive (freemusicarchive.org/)
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Short film about the local atmosphere of Ballard and Fremont. Two quirky but wonderful neighborhoods in Seattle. John describes local breweries and a distillery that, along with all the other aspects of this old fishing village, make life on the water so satisfying.
Directed and filmed by Patrick Bennett
Starring John Scharf, Steward of Ballard and Fremont
Produced by Patricia Bennett
Editing by Niko Urruzmendi & Patrick Bennett
Music: Blackroom courtesy of mobygratis.com (request #46724)
Kevin Klein, owner and brewmaster at NW Peaks
Michelle “Shelly” Perry, bartender at Maritime Pacific Brewery
Todd Garrett, bartender Hilliard’s Brewery
Aaron Coleman, bartender at Hale’s Ales
Michael Sherlock, owner of Mischief Distillery
Special thanks to
Mike Gurley (Gurleymon) of Canon
Shot on Canon 5D II & III, 7D & EOS Cinema C300 cameras.