April 16, 2024

America’s largest non-alcoholic brewery, Athletic Brewing Firm, will debut its second documentary movie Inches to Miles, in Oceanside on Friday.

The feature-length movie, to display screen at Regal Cinemas, observe three athletes as they put together for and compete within the 2023 Ironman competitors in Lake Placid. Confronted with a wide range of challenges, the athletes should discover the braveness to succeed in their targets. 

Inches to Miles is a robust story in regards to the significance of neighborhood and the pursuit of progress,” mentioned Mason Gravley, of Athletic Brewing, who additionally serves because the movie’s govt producer. “No person makes it to the end alone and this movie fantastically illustrates the dedication required to attain a aim and the significance of getting neighborhood assist alongside the way in which.”

Tickets for the three:30 p.m. screening are on sale on Eventbrite for $10. A number of Athletic brews shall be supplied.

Inches to Miles was directed and produced by Cole Heilborn of Port Facet Productions. Athletic Brewing plans to launch the movie digitally in June.

The debut of Inches to Miles marks the start of Athletic Brewing Co. Studios, targeted on crafting compelling long-form storytelling content material.

“On the coronary heart of our ethos lies the idea that genuine narratives sourced from our rising neighborhood function highly effective automobiles to convey our core values,” Gravley mentioned.

Athletic is also the official non-alcoholic beer supplier for the Ironman International Collection and the title sponsor of the April 6 Ironman 70.3 Oceanside.

Launched in 2018 in Connecticut, Athletic Brewing has expanded to San Diego with a manufacturing plant close to Miramar. The brewer is the primary non-alcoholic beer model within the U.S., with over 18% market share.

Word: Picture credit score for inset – “Inches to Miles” screens in Oceanside Friday; Display shot @AthleticBrewing through YouTube