Kings of Beer [Blu-ray]

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In KINGS OF BEER, a diverse group of elite Brewmasters from 65 breweries and 23 countries, battle it out in an intense competition to brew the world's most iconic American Lager -- Budweiser. Judged by an illustrious group of experts who are sequestered deep within the historic walls of "Room 220" (St. Louis, Missouri) -- the most renowned room in the brewing world, which is responsible for ensuring the quality of over a quarter of the world's beer -- the Brewmaster who can brew the best, most consistent American Lager over a 12-month period will bring home the coveted Global Brewmaster Cup. Produced by ACE Content and featuring unprecedented behind-the-scenes access, KINGS OF BEER is a never-before-seen look at the rigorous standards and intense competition that characterizes the brewing of the world-renowned “King of Beers.”

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3 comments on “Kings of Beer [Blu-ray]”

  1. Fantastic film - will change your perception of American lager Like most people who are "into beer," these days I find myself drifting towards the hops-forward, bitter IPAs, of which there are many amazing examples throughout the U.S. With a fridge full of Bell's Hopslam, Creature Comfort's Tropicalia, and others, why choose Bud? I guess I'd fallen into the misconception that making a global brand, like Budweiser, was not that different than making, I don't know, Cherry 7-Up or something. This film made me appreciate that brewing on an industrial scale...

  2. Great doc So good. Heart warming story about people trying to make the world a better place through better brews. Awesome visuals. Great story telling. You will not be disappointed.

  3. This is not really about craft beer brewing it's publicity for anheuser busch. This documentary sucks! I was expecting a movie about real craft beer brewing and this is nothing more than a publicity stunt for anheuser Busch. Don't waste your money on this.

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