Poured in Pennsylvania Documentary

Posted On On: April 16, 2018 Categories Filed Under: Member News

April 16, Harrisburg, Pa. – ​Local video production company, ​GK Visual​, announced the premiere of their feature-length craft beer documentary, ​Poured in Pennsylvania​, to be held on Friday, April 20 at Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts in Harrisburg, Pa.

“Our team has spent the last year-plus crisscrossing the state to capture the craft beer story in Pennsylvania,” said Nate Kresge, GK Visual Co-Owner and Executive Producer. “We’re excited to share this story with everyone who helped make it, as well as Pennsylvania’s growing and dedicated craft beer community.”

From America’s oldest brewery to taprooms changing the landscape of small towns across the commonwealth — and so many in-between — GK Visual’s ​Poured in PA​ illustrates the importance of this ancient — but newly redeveloped — industry and its impact on Pennsylvania.

★ Trailer

The world premiere is at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 20 at Whitaker Center’s Select Medical Digital Cinema. A second showtime runs at 7:30 p.m.

Additional showtimes are:

  • 4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21
  • 3 p.m. Sunday, April 22
  •  4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 27
  • 4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28
  • 3 p.m. Sunday, April 29
  • 6 p.m. Friday, May 4
  • 6 p.m. Saturday, May 5

Documentary ticket pricing is $9.50; $8 Senior/Military. Whitaker Center Members save $2 per regular-priced ticket. Tickets available at ​whitakercenter.org​. Screenings will also be held in Pittsburgh May 11-17 at Row House Cinema.

Featured Breweries

Breweries featured in the film include:

  • 2SP Brewing Co., Aston
  • Appalachian Brewing Co., Harrisburg
  • Barley Creek Brewing Co., Tannerville
  • Boneshire Brew Works, Harrisburg
  • Bullfrog Brewery, Williamsport
  • Collusion Tap Works, York
  • Dancing Gnome Brewing Co., Pittsburgh
  • Dock Street Brewery, Philadelphia
  • Earth – Bread + Brewery, Philadelphia
  • East End Brewing Co., Pittsburgh
  • Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks, Millheim
  • Erie Ale Works, Erie
  • Fegley’s Bethlehem Brew Works, Bethlehem
  • Free Will Brewing Co., Perkasie
  • Harris Family Brewery, Harrisburg
  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Ardmore
  • Lancaster Brewing Co., Lancaster
  • Lavery Brewing Co., Erie
  • Levity Brewing Co., Indiana
  • Love City Brewing Co., Philadelphia
  • Noble Stein Brewing Co., Indiana
  • North Country Brewing Co., Slippery Rock
  • Old Forge Brewing Co., Danville
  • Otto’s Pub & Brewery, State College
  • Penn Brewery, Pittsburgh
  • Rusty Rail Brewing Co., Mifflinburg
  • Saint Benjamin Brewing Co., Philadelphia
  • Selins Grove Brewing Co., Selinsgrove
  • Sly Fox Brewing, Pottstown
  • Southern Tier, Pittsburgh
  • Spoonwood Brewing Co., Pittsburgh
  • Sprague Farm and Brew Works, Venango
  • St. Boniface Craft Brewing, Ephrata
  • Stoudts Brewing Co., Adamstown
  • The Brew Gentlemen Beer Co., Braddock
  • Troegs Independent Brewing, Hershey
  • Victory Brewing Co., Downingtown
  • Voodoo Brewery, Meadville
  • Weyerbacher Brewing Co., Easton
  • Wolf Brewing Co., Harrisburg
  • Yards Brewing Co., Philadelphia
  • Yuengling, Pottsville
  • Zeroday Brewing Co., Harrisburg

B-roll from the following breweries may also appear: 2nd Story Brewing, Philadelphia; Brewery at Hershey, Middletown; Broken Chair, West Reading; Clarion River Brewing Co., Clarion; Chatty Monks Brewing Co., West Reading; Cinderlands Beer Co., Pittsburgh; Crystal Ball Brewing Co., York; Gearhouse Brewing Co., Chambersburg; Grist House Craft Brewery, Pittsburgh; Levante Brewing Co., West Chester; Mindful Brewing Co., Pittsburgh; Mount Gretna Craft Brewery, Palmyra; River Bend Brewery, Newport; Roy Pitz Barrel House, Philadelphia; Swashbuckler Brewing, Manheim; Vault Brewing Co., Yardley.

The movie also features interview with individuals in adjacent industries, including Deer Creek Malthouse, Glen Mills; Double Eagle Malt, Huntingdon Valley; Sunny Brae Hops, Carlisle; and American Keg, Pottstown.

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About GK Visual

GK Visual is an award-winning Harrisburg-based photography and video production company. Founded in 2005 by Nate Kresge, GK Visual provides full-service media services including photography, video, motion graphics and event coverage. Through creativity and expert storytelling, GK Visual has earned more than 100 industry awards for excellence in media production.

Nate Kresge, Co-Owner/Executive Producer
933 Rose St.
Harrisburg, PA 17102