It’s not just Canada. The Farmery Estate Brewery claims to be the first of its kind in North America — a brewery where ingredients that go into the beer are grown on the farm. Chris and Lawrence Warwaruk, farm boys from rural Manitoba, were inspired to go back to their roots after years in the restaurant and pub business with a unique spin that harkened back to their times on the farm. The result: A delicious and refreshing flagship beer named the Farmery Premium Lager. Besides being a Canadian craft brewery, the farmery has a lot of local sensibility that seeks a wide audience. Just watch the video above. It’s got an awesome Arcade Fire tune that will get you geeked to drink this beer or a similar concept for a brewery.
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