New Beer TV Show in Production: Breweries, Bars and Beer Food
The filming for the pilot episode of Breweries, Bars and Beer Food was completed last week at Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon. The project is now in editing and release of a preview is set to take place during American Craft Beer Week (May 13-19). Editors note: We’ll find out exactly how you can watch this, and update this article accordingly.
The show will take viewers behind the scenes of breweries, showing them the brewing process and introducing them to the men and women who make the beers that they love.
We will also have amazing chefs, local to the featured brewery, share great recipes and the cooking process along with the best beer pairings. These recipes will be available to the viewers on the website after the show airs.
According to Brewers Association statistics, there are over 95 million beer lovers in America. Craft beer growth in 2012 was 15% by volume and 17% by dollars continuing a staggering growth model as compared to the overall economy.
Cooking shows are also growing in popularity. The Food Network saw growth of over 20% in 2011 with a nightly average of 1.1 million total viewers ranging in age from 25-54 .
By combining beer, food and travel in one show, Breweries Bars and Beer Food brings together three things that Americans are passionate about.
More information about the show and host Chris Spradley can be found on the website at: www.BreweriesBarsAndBeerFood.com.
Updates and pictures from filming at Deschutes were posted on the show’s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Breweries-Bars-and-Beer-Food/154700904546118 and on Twitter: @BreweriesBarsBF
Filming and production is being completed by White Knuckle Studios, Bend, Oregon.
Chris Spradley, Creator/Producer, 512-541-5000