Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The one and only Uno

Pizzeria Uno in Metuch-ison-bridge (our portmanteau for the brewpub, given its location in a sort of nexus of Metuchen, Edison and Woodbridge) has a Monday night beer dinner coming up.

The ever-gregarious PubScout Kurt Epps is emcee of the event and has details here.

As most folks know, this Uno is the only one that features beer brewed on site. Mike Sella's beer, Moshe's menu and Kurt at the microphone ... you'll be in good hands if you go.

Monday, February 1, 2010

If you missed Beer Wars ...

Independent filmmaker Anat Baron has some news regarding the availability of her beer industry documentary in the movie aftermarket.

Anat was kind enough to do an interview with the blog last year, so it's fitting her efforts enjoy some support here.

Here's Anat's email:

I'm thrilled to announce that my feature documentary BEER WARS will finally be available to the mainstream audience for whom it was intended. Anyone in the US and with a TV or a computer (or even a gaming console), will be able to rent or buy the movie beginning Monday, February 1. This was made possible through digital distribution deals with Warner Bros. and Netflix. Please help support this launch by renting or buying the film (if you haven't already done so) or by spreading the word to everyone you know. Feel free to forward this email, post the film's availability on or tweet about it to your followers.

THE SPECIFICS: In the U.S. Beer Wars is available to rent On Demand through Digital Cable and Satellite providers Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Charter, Insight, Bresnan, Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-Verse, Dish Network and DirecTV. It is also available for Download on iTunes, Amazon Video On Demand and Playstation.

The film is also available on Netflix either on DVD or “Watch Instantly” beginning February 2. And the DVD is now available for purchase from Amazon. As well as the movie's