Several members of the film team -- author Don Heinrich Tolzmann, author Michael Morgan, former Hudepohl-Schoenling Brewing Co. worker Paul Abrams and Executive Producer Mark Sweeney -- will make remarks before the film is shown.
"The story is told by way of interviews with prominent historians, descendants of pioneer brewers, community activists and other beer-brewing experts, and includes archival photographs, film clips, and vintage TV beer commercials," the Cincinnati Beer Story website says. "It examines how social and cultural traditions brought here by German immigrants in the late 19th century molded Cincinnati into one of the prominent beer brewing centers of the country, and how fluctuations in the brewing industry affected the city's economic and social fabric."
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