P.207 Productions

  1. A highlight reel of all P.207 Productions narrative films to date.

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  2. KRUDO Knives "The Tactical Choice"

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    Engine 15 Brewing Co. was born of the need for great beer! Way back in 1988, Luch Scremin was a Freshman in college and became interested in brewing his own beer. Since the internet did not exist, Luch was forced to order a “beer kit” from an ad in the back of an issue of Popular Mechanics. Suffice it to say that what resulted was indeed beer but was far from great.
    Fast forward twenty years and the love of beer and the desire to brew it had matured over years of home brewing and an insatiable appetite for delicious brew. Luch traveled the world with his job in the airline business and was treated to many delicious beer styles and beer culture. In 2008 while planning to open a beer bar and brewpub, Luch met his future business partners Andy and Sean. The three were soon making the business a reality.
    All that was left was a name. They soon decided they would name the brewery for Luch’s 1962 Ford Fire Engine – after all, they just don’t make them like that anymore. It represents all that Engine 15 Brewing Co. is about. Camaraderie, old school know how, determination and a simple but serious dedication to the cause.
    As of 2011, Engine 15 Brewing Co. has enjoyed success and was even voted best Pub and Brewpub in Jacksonville by the Folio Weekly readers poll. At Engine 15 Brewing Co. you’ll find a friendly atmosphere where you can enjoy a dizzying array of beers, both brewed in house and imported from the far reaches of the globe, eat a tasty meal and even brew your own beer!
    Engine 15 – Eat, Drink, Brew!

    Video Shot+Edited By Chase Caldwell

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  4. Engine 15 Brewing Co

    We here at Engine 15 embrace a passion for beer and brewing. It is our hope that by mentoring others in brewing we can foster this passion in you. We are excited that you are interested in brewing with us and look forward to sharing this fun and memorable experience with you. Your first step in brewing with us is to thoroughly read and understand this document as it explains the process and what your role will be. You are the brewer and you have certain responsibilities as such. We require that you pay for your brew session at the time that you reserve a spot as we have limited space. At that time you can choose which beer you will be brewing from our menu. The batch you will brew will yield a guaranteed 4 cases of 22 ounce bottles! Your selection will fall into one of three “tiers” for pricing. If you change your mind on brew day and want to brew something else we can adjust your payment accordingly. The only other charge will be for bottles when you are ready to take your beer home. When you come to Engine 15 for your brew day please be on time. We have multiple brews to do on each day and many times the kettle you will use will be booked for use after your session. Due to scheduling constraints we may not be able to accommodate you if you are over 30 minutes late.

    Upon arrival please let the brew staff know that you are here and ready to brew, plan to spend 3 to 3 ½ hours brewing on your brew day. Feel free to open a tab and order a beer or food if you are hungry or thirsty but please plan to start brewing at your appointment time so if you would like to eat please come early or wait until there is a break in the brewing process as you will have plenty of downtime to enjoy your visit. Your brew staff will take you through the process of selecting, weighing and preparing the ingredients for your beer. Including Malt, Hops and other flavorings and ingredients that your recipe may call for. Under the direction of the brew staff and according to your recipe you will mix these ingredients in the brewkettle and brew your beer. At the end of the brewing appointment after you have pitched the yeast into your beer the brew staff will place your fermenter into our climate controlled fermentation room at which time your brewing responsibilities will be done for the day. Your overall obligations as a brewer however, are far from over.

    Typically you will be scheduled to bottle your beer 21 days after you brew. If for some reason you will not be able to make it on that day, a couple of days beyond that will not considerably effect the beer. However if you can’t come in to bottle within a reasonable time frame from that date or you cancel or no show your bottling appointment we will bottle it for you and charge a $50 bottling fee. We have limited space and fermentation capacity and there is almost always another brewer scheduled right behind you. You have the choice of bottling or kegging your beer. If you choose to bottle you will be required to purchase bottles from Engine 15 on your first brew, TTB required labels will be included for these bottles and any additional bottles you purchase. Plan to keep your bottles after you consume the beer so you can reuse them on your next brew. If for some reason your labels are missing or not legible the next time you bottle a new label will be required. ONLY BOTTLES YOU PURCHASE AT ENGINE 15 WILL BE ALLOWED TO BE FILLED USING OUR BOTTLING EQUIPMENT. This is for your safety and the safety of our equipment. Previously used bottles from other breweries, purchased on line, etc. are not acceptable and will not be allowed. If you decide to Keg your beer you will have to provide clean and sanitized Cornelius style kegs of your own. If you have any questions at anytime during the process please ask the brew staff there are here to help!

    Choose a beer from one of the three tiers from our recipe book available at the brewery. Each recipe will be marked as a tier 1, 2, or 3. If you don’t see the exact beer you want to brew in our recipe you can choose to have a custom beer designed for you by our brewmaster. Or if you have your own recipe that you would like adapted to our process we can do that as well. In either of these cases your beer will be a tier 3 and the exact pricing will be determined based on ingredients used and process involved. Additionally any custom beer requests must be made and committed to at least 3 weeks in advance. The following is an abbreviated version of our menu, there are many more recipes available in our recipe book. Bottles are $1 each and are not included in the price of your brewsession. The tier 1 list is complete and includes all the beers available in tier 1.

    Engine 15 Pale Ale
    American Wheat
    Nut Sack Brown Ale
    Cream Ale
    Engine 15 IPA
    Bavarian Hefeweizen
    Belgian Witbier
    Raspberry Wheat
    California Common
    Engine 15 Stout
    The 15 Imperial IPA
    Imperial Brown
    Imperial Stout
    Engine 15 Double IPA
    Oak Aged Imperial Stout

    So here are some examples so you can see how the pricing structure works. Remember, this yields 4 cases of beer so you can always bring a friend and split the batch!

    NUT SACK BROWN ALE————— $98
    4 CASES OF BOTTLES——————-$48
    TOTAL COST——————————-$146+TAX

    ENGINE 15 IPA—————————–$135
    TOTAL COST——————————-$135+TAX

    4 CASES OF BOTTLES——————$48
    CUSTOM LABELS————————$25
    TOTAL COST——————————$228+TAX

    Well that’s it in a nutshell! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask the brewstaff! Please read and respect our scheduling policy on the back cover. Thanks for coming in and we hope to brew with you soon!

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  5. Music Video for Band Abdomen Canvas

    Directed and Edited By: Chase Caldwell

    Shot By:

    Jonathan E. Richter

    Remi Lucero

    Jacob Sadowsky

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P.207 Productions

P.207 Productions

Originally based out of Orlando, Florida, P.207 Productions is a company created and managed by alumni of the University of Central Florida. While it initially specialized in the creation of short films (including Larry’s Bench, Release, and Leehto),…

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Originally based out of Orlando, Florida, P.207 Productions is a company created and managed by alumni of the University of Central Florida. While it initially specialized in the creation of short films (including Larry’s Bench, Release, and Leehto), P.207 Productions completed its first feature, I Did, in the winter of 2011, and soon expanded to commercial ventures. Members of P. 207 Productions are currently available to shoot and edit Video Advertisements, Product Promotional Videos, Business Promotional Videos, Instructional Videos, Music Videos, Acting Reels, Events, and Wedding Videos. For more information, contact us at http://www.p207productions.com.

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