We take a look at IMDB’s Top 100 Greatest Movies of all time and match beers to their Top 10. Sit back, relax and join us on a journey into cinema and suds!
10. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Lawrence of Arabica is a Coffee/Orange Porter brewed by Amager Bryghus of Denmark. It provides a thick mouthfeel and a distinct citrus and espresso taste, slightly bitter and malty.
9. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975)
Nurse Ratched by The Rat Brewery is a Blonde Ale. As far as we know this brew is no-longer in production but The Rats might be convinced if you beg hard enough.
8. The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Wizard of Oz by Bravo Brewing Co. is a spiced / herbed style beer. It’s green in colour and is only available exclusively and on St Patricks day. Strong in flavour and coloured with Pandang leaves.
7. Gone with the Wind (1939)
Scarlett O’Bretta by Drakes Brewing is a sour red ale. A tart beer with dark fruit and vanilla notes.
6. Citizen Kane (1941)
Rosebud – An American Brown Ale from Aeronaut Brewing Company in Massachusetts. It is gently aged in Bourbon barrels, light bodied and crisp with an oaky dry finish
5. Casablanca (1942)
Casablanca (Casa Beer) – “This classic beer of Morocco is brewed and bottled in Casablanca and produced from finest ingredients”
4.Raging Bull (1980)
Raging Bull, Four Lions Brewery – “First international collaboration with the Welsh Devils. Just a fresh harvest double IPA to enjoy!”
3. Schindler’s List (1993)
Liam Neeson, IPA – “An IPA with Colombian coffee, and Irish cream” Tampa Bay Brewing Company
2.The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Stroh’s, Pabst Brewing – Lager to help tar a roof on a hot day. “Stroh’s American Lager is a full-bodied beer that upholds the Stroh family’s rich brewing tradition and the Detroit spirit. Brewed in Milwaukee, WI with American grown Galena and Cascade hops, Stroh’s American Lager delivers an excellence in taste that is balanced to perfection “
1.The Godfather (1972)
Godfather, Darling Brewing – ” The Godfather rye IPA was first launched at the 2017 Clarens Craft Beer Festival. A heavily dry hopped IPA, the spiciness of the rye interacts with the resinous hop aromas. A hint of freshy fruitness shines through.”
Did we miss out your favourite? Got a better suggestion? You mad, bro? Leave a comment and we’ll take a look.