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Throwback at the Farmer’s Market
New Hampshire law allows nanobreweries and wineries to sell their products at farmer’s markets. We followed Throwback Brewery brewmaster Annette to the Rollinsford Farmer’s Market on January 25th to check it out. For sale at their table were 22oz bottles of Hog Happy Hefeweizen, Campfire Smoked Porter and Dippity Do, three of their classic brews […]
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Brew Hampshire Teaser Locked
Today we locked our teaser trailer for Brew Hampshire! “Locked” sounds pretty final, but it just means we’re happy with how the edit looks— that all the right shots are there, in the right order. But now Bryant is bringing those shots into DaVinci Resolve for color correction. There he’ll adjust brightness and contrast, what […]
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Earth Eagle Brewings
Earth Eagle is a nanobrewery in Portsmouth, NH that specializes in unusual beers. They have a focus on gruits, which are beers brewed without hops. They don’t have a flagship beer, choosing instead to keep a series of new recipes on tap, with a few returning favorites. The brewery is owned by Alex and Butch. […]
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Able Ebenezer Stakeholder Tasting
Able Ebenezer Brewing Company invited us to their stakeholder tasting in mid-January. The brewery expects to open in the spring, but they wanted to share their beers with folks who have helped them get the ball rolling. The beer served was brewed on their home system, which we filmed them using for the last time […]
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Teaser of the Teaser Trailer
This morning we finished our final pass of the teaser trailer for our upcoming feature documentary “Brew Hampshire.” We’ve only been able to visit three breweries so far, but we wanted to get something out there for potential interviewees, investors, and most importantly, to meet our deadline for the Portsmouth Beer Week! We’re hoping to […]
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Off to the Races!
We’re just starting to transcribe, transcode, import, and start editing our first few breweries for our upcoming feature documentary, “Brew Hampshire.” Here’s a quick look at what our camera file structure looks like…260GB of compressed AVCHD footage (filmed on our FS100)! That also includes our 5DMKIII raw footage, so the number is a little off […]