'One Pint at a Time' Premiere - Photo Credit: Photo Courtesy of the NB2A

‘One Pint at a Time’ Premiere

Join us for an inspiring evening at the Maine premiere of ‘One Pint at a Time,’ a compelling documentary that delves into the Black experience within the American craft beer community. In collaboration with The Third Place and Black Travel Maine, we are excited to announce a vital initiative to support Black and Brown brewers and entrepreneurs. Partner with us on July 19th and 20th, 2024, for a two-day event supporting the National Black Brewers Association (NB2A).

Events > ‘One Pint at a Time’ Premiere
Toad&Co.
31 Diamond St, Ste D
Portland, ME 04101 United States
About the Event
Presented by
Orange Bike Brewing Company
(207) 391-4343
July 20, 2024

Event Details:
July 19th — Networking Event (4-8 PM):
4-6 PM: Public happy hour networking event with the NB2A Board of Directors and documentary filmmakers
6-8 PM: Casual bottle share where attendees can bring and share their favorite beverages
Location: Orange Bike Brewing
Parking: Street parking available

July 20th — Film Screening (3-5:30 PM):
3-4:30 PM: Maine premiere of ‘One Pint at a Time’
4:30-5:30 PM: Q&A session with the filmmakers and the NB2A Board of Directors
Location: Toad&Co.
Parking: Street parking available

Purchase Film Premiere Tickets: https://givebutter.com/CX3H7Q

Event Excerpt:
There are 165 active breweries in Maine, and none of them are Black or Brown-owned. This stark lack of representation mirrors the national landscape, where less than 1% of nearly 10,000 breweries are Black-owned, despite the craft beer industry’s $30+ billion annual revenue. One Pint at a Time is a compelling documentary that follows the Black experience in the American craft beer industry, highlighting the significant barriers faced by Black brewers.

In collaboration with The Third Place and Black Travel Maine, Orange Bike Brewing is excited to announce a vital initiative in Maine to support Black and Brown brewers and entrepreneurs. By attending this event, you’re not just watching a film; you’re supporting the mission of the National Black Brewers Association (NB2A). The NB2A was created to address the disparity in ownership and foster a more inclusive craft beer industry by raising funds, sourcing commercial properties, and providing business skills to prospective Black brewery owners.