Local video production group plans A Whole Brew World (with video)

The region's thriving craft beer scene will drive a new documentary from Good Enough Films.

click to enlarge A local documentary plans to examine the area's growing craft beer industry. - Taylor Austin
Taylor Austin
A local documentary plans to examine the area's growing craft beer industry.

A new Bay area film is in the making, and it's ready to tackle just about everyone's favorite local beverage — craft beer.

The feature-length documentary, called A Whole Brew World, is by Good Enough Films. Made up of young creatives, the St. Petersburg-based independent video production group has been filming together since March 2013. They refer to their latest project, focused on the boom that the region's beer scene has experienced in recent years, as something they're very passionate about.

"Passionate because it involves the city we live in and love. Passionate because it's about people making their dreams happen, doing it together, and building community around those dreams. Passionate because it's about beer," the press kit reads.

The film aims to answer questions about the local brewing community (home brewers included), craft beer market and more by talking to brewers, aspiring beer-makers and, of course, the residents who drink the stuff.

Good Enough Films will release updates in the form of promotional YouTube videos during the filmmaking process, but after the documentary's finished, sky's the limit. The group hopes to screen the project around the area and make their way to larger film festivals. Netflix or Amazon? It's definitely in their plans.

Check out one of A Whole Brew Word's promo clips, captured at this year's Localtopia.

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