Dog River Coffee Screening, followed by a tasting at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe
Dog River Coffee- 411 Oak Street, Hood River OR
Volcanic Bottle Shoppe- 1410 12th Street, Hood River OR
6pm doors, 6:30 screening
8pm tasting lead by Sarah Pederson, star of For the Love of Beer and owner of Saraveza
$5 movie, $12 tasting, $15 both
Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane Street, Astoria OR
Doors early, screening at 7- This screening is held during Astoria’s Art Walk, where Ft George will be displaying paintings by beer writer extraordinaire John Foyston. Come early to check out the art, grab a pint, and reserve your chair.
Saraveza (in the Bad Habit Room)
1004 N Killingsworth St, Portland OR
$5 movie, $12 tasting, $15 both
The Love of Beer star (and owner of Saraveza) Sarah Pederson will open the night with a “Change in Seasons” Beer tasting. A huge chunk of the documentary was filmed at Saraveza, so watch us on our home turf!
Join filmmaker Alison Grayson at 16 Tons Beer and Wine for a pre-show tasting!
16 Tons Beer and Wine
265 East 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
In preparation for our November 30th Eugene Premier (see below), 16 Tons is putting together a women themed beer tasting! More details TBA
1055 Madera Street, Eugene OR
Doors at 6:30, screening at 7
Eugene is a great beer town, and we’re uber excited for this screening!
The Love of Beer Synopsis:
The Love of Beer is a documentary celebrating the women at the forefront of the Pacific Northwest beer community. As of 2010, there are 1,759 breweries operating within the United States–1,716 of these are craft breweries. While the industry is expanding rapidly, growing 11% by volume in 2010, women within the industry are a vast minority.
Traditionally, brewing was a household chore that fell upon women. It wasn’t until the Industrial Revolution that brewing shifted from a woman’s small enterprise to the domain of male factory workers. Beer and brewing gained a “men’s club” stereotype and, further enforced by marketing and popular media, the industry has remained a heavily male-dominated field. However, in the Pacific NW, women are fighting their way towards being some of the most influential people in the brewing industry. From the farm to the consumer, Pacific NW women are setting new standards for brewing and changing the way the nation looks at women and beer.
With a heavy supporting cast and featuring Sarah Pederson, publican of Saraveza, and Tonya Cornett, award winning brewmaster of Bend Brewing, The Love of Beer provides an intimate portrayal of the women in the Pacific NW craft beer industry. These inspiring women are not afraid to fight discrimination and make sacrifices for the sake of their craft. While they acknowledge that their struggles are opening doors for females everywhere, they’re not doing it for feminism or equality…they’re doing it for the love of beer.
-“I watched the documentary with a lump in my throat and tear in my eye. Thank you for creating this documentary. It was moving in many ways and thank you for addressing the taboo subject of childbearing as a professional woman. Cheers to amazing women!” -Julia Ratcliff
-“You captured the extraordinary personalities & talent of the women you highlighted in your film…One more thing, on the way home I stopped @ the store and bought a craft beer from one of the brewers I saw on screen.”- Annette Hadaway
-“A sensitive yet honest appraisal of women’s strength and joy. Cheers to you and all involved” -The Beer Babe
-”What a great portrayal of passion in brewing, and the women who help spearhead the craft beer movement. Simply awesome.” – The Beer Goddess
Watch our trailer or read additional reviews at http://theloveofbeermovie.com
Total Running Time: 72 minutes