Strange BrewAugust 26, 1983
Something is rotten at the Elsinore Brewery. Bob and Doug McKenzie (as seen on SCTV) help the orphan Pam regain the brewery founded by her recently-deceased father. But to do so, they must confront the suspicious Brewmeister Smith and two teams of vicious hockey players.
Take This Job and Shove ItApril 24, 1981
A junior executive is ordered to boost output in the hometown brewery where his old friends work.
The End of SummerOctober 29, 1961
The Kohayakawa family is thrown into distress when childlike father Manbei takes up with his old mistress, in one of Ozu’s most deftly modulated blendings of comedy and tragedy.
Inn for TroubleJanuary 31, 1960
Peggy Mount and David Kossoff star as Ada and Alf Larkin in this big screen version of the hugely popular 1950s TV comedy. Alf Larkin has finally made good his dream to own a pub. The trouble is, it's got no customers. But leave it to the Larkins to find unorthodox ways to bring in the punters.
American BeerJanuary 1, 2004
American Beer is a feature-length documentary directed by Paul Kermizian that chronicles and documents the American craft brewing industry. The film was shot in the spring of 2002. Kermizian and a group of four left New York City and traveled by minivan across the United States visiting 38 craft and independent breweries in 40 days.
36 Hours to DieApril 11, 1999
Treat Williams stars in this drama as the owner of a brewing company who refuses to knuckle under when gangsters make threats against him, his business, and his family. With the help of his wife and his uncle, he's able to outsmart and outmuscle the crooks. Carroll O'Connor and Kim Cattrall are featured in the supporting cast.
Song of the EagleApril 27, 1933
This drama centers on the fight for certain post-Prohibitionist groups to gain total control over the liquor industry. Much of the tale is focused upon a family endeavoring to keep their little brewery.
La sacréeSeptember 18, 2011
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The Michigan Beer FilmOctober 8, 2013
The Michigan Beer Film explores the artistic and economic explosion of the Michigan craft beer industry in 2013. Shot over the course of 18 months, the film documents several breweries at different stages of the craft brewing journey, from a 1 barrel system to 800 fermenters. From Sawyer to Marquette, Leelanau to Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo to Detroit; craft beer is making an impact. The Michigan craft beer scene embodies an authenticity and determination that not only can Michigan connect with, but America as well.