|Genres||Comedy Documentary Short|
|Writers||Rob Vandenabeele (writer)
|Plot||This 21 minute documentary about the phenomenon surrounding beer plays like a sort of beer appreciation for dummies movie. Based on the premise that beer is perhaps the most notable beverage in history, it looks beneath the commercial exterior of the top selling brands reveals that the recent resurgance of American craft beer has sparked a modern day renaissance for both brewers and connoisseurs alike. Novice filmmaker Rob Vandenabeele completed the project after a yearlong beer binge comprised of brewery tours, pub-crawls, beer fistivals and plenty of sampling. The list of interviewees is a veritable who's who of the New England brewing scene.... search for 99 Bottles of Beer: A look at America's Favorite Libation on IMDb|
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