Turning Craft — A Series About Craft Beer

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It’s the show turning the world to craft beer, one drinker at a time. Find out how you could be included in a future episode below.

Episode 6 — Grand Rapids, MI

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The first episode in Turning Craft’s Michigan series was filmed in Grand Rapids, MI and features Founders Brewing Co. & 7 Monks Taproom.

Area native, avid homebrewer and current Denver Bronco Jared Veldheer teams up with us to try and turn a family friend and light macro drinker to craft. In additon to helping our potential convert along in a fantastic beer and food pairing, Jared agrees to engage in a friendly competition with host Jeremy Fultz. Whether you’re a fan of craft beer, football or both, you’ll definitely find yourself rooting for us in this one.

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Episode 5 — Columbus, OH

In Episode 5 of Turning Craft, we attempt to win over a stand-up comic and self-professed IPA hater by taking him out to a Columbus, Ohio tailgate at one of the biggest college football games of the year. With some help from Seventh Son Brewing, Yellow Springs Brewery​ and Barrel & Boar Creekside​, find out if we were able to pull off another craft beer conversion.

Episode 4 — Brew Central Part Two

Featuring Good Nature Farm Brewery, Empire Farm Brewery, Woodland Farm Brewery, Local 315 Farm Brewery and NY officials who are advocates for the state’s Farm Brewery Law, you might deduce that this episode is all about the impact that farm brewing is having on the economy and culture of the state of New York. This is the second of two episodes filmed in Central and Upstate New York, which in addition to providing an education on farm brewing, showcases our toughest conversion challenge to date — watch to see if we were able to turn yet another drinker to craft.



Episode 3 — Brew Central Part One

Featuring Brewery Ommegang, Turning Stone Resort Casino, Saranac Brewery and Good Nature Farm Brewery, this is the first of two episodes filmed in Central and Upstate New York. Watch as we guide new potential converts and taste some amazing beers in the region they call Brew Central.

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Episode 2 — Cincinnati, OH

Turning Craft Episode 2 was filmed in Cincinnati, Ohio and features craft beer favorites: Over-the-Rhine Brewery District, MadTree Brewing, Urban Artifact, Fifty West Brewing Company, Braxton Brewing Company, Pies and Pints Pizzeria & Jungle Jim’s International Market. See if we can turn our second guest into a beer lover and continue our quest to convert the world, one drinker at a time.



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Be On Turning Craft

Turning Craft wants to help you convert a non-craft drinker that you know. Every beer lover knows somebody, whether in your family or in your circle of friends, who prefers another beverage, is proudly a macro beer drinker or just outright doesn’t like beer. Now’s your chance to get that person and yourself on our show, where our host and experts from the beer industry will take you both through a series of amazing experiences to turn that drinker to craft.

If that sounds like you and you want our help, fill out the form below and tell us why you should be on an episode of Turning Craft.

Turning Craft is a collaboration production between Full Frame Studios and Brew Studs, the online brand that is of the beer lovers, by the beer lovers and for the beer lovers. Our team has plans to shoot at least five new episodes this Summer, bringing viewers along for the ride as we travel to popular beer drinking and beer making spots while attempting — through education, entertainment and lots of tasting — to turn that person you know to craft. Your contributions will support our efforts to show the world how the craft beer industry and community are making positive changes to local and regional economies and creating new customs that we can all be proud of.

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