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The first five episodes of Poured In Pa: The Series are now live!

Poured in PA: The Series
Photo Courtesy of Nate Kresge

If you’re a fan of 2018’s full-length documentary Poured In Pennsylvania or 2015’s Brewed in the Burg from GK Visual, you’re in for a treat!

Today, GK Visual announced the debut of the first five episodes of Poured In PA: The Series, a series of videos that continue to take Pennsylvania craft beer fans deeper in to the growing PA beer scene.

“We knew after releasing the documentary, Poured in Pennsylvania, that there was a lot more to the story of craft beer in Pennsylvania. Creating this series has given us the opportunity to continue telling the story of the men and women who have built and grown this industry.” states Nate Kresge, Executive Producer and Partner of GK Visual, the company behind the documentary series.

The five episodes launched earlier today take a journey that starts at Fresh Fest (the nation’s first African-American beer festival), then stops at Harrisburg Beer Week before telling us about different beercations in the state, and introducing us to PA craft beer podcasters and influencers.

Each episode is around 30-45 minutes and we’ve found them to be quite the welcome distraction from everything else going on in the world. As Kresge states, “It’s been a difficult year for everyone and we hope this series brings some joy and hope in these troubled times.”

You can check out Episode 1 below.

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