Beerland - Netflix
Beerland follows Golden Road Brewing founder, Meg Gill, as she sets out on a cross-country journey to meet with home-brewers and find the best brews in each city she travels to.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Beerland - Red River Cultural District (Austin, Texas) - Netflix
The Red River Cultural District is an entertainment district in Downtown Austin, Texas, United States. The district runs along the 600–900 blocks of Red River Street. The Austin City Council approved a resolution creating the district on October 17, 2013. The resolution also directs the City Manager to address parking and loading and unloading issues in the area and to investigate the state process used to designate an area as a cultural district with the Texas Commission for the Arts. The nightclubs Stubb's, Beerland Mohawk, Red Eyed Fly, Elysium, Barbarella, Metal and Lace, Swan Dive and Plush and a handful of other clubs on nearby side streets are included in the district. The designation lets owners in the district market their venues together as a unique cultural asset of Austin. Stakeholders are also hoping the designation will curb rising land prices and redevelopment in the area.
Beerland - Red River Cultural District Merchants Association - Netflix
The Red River Cultural District Merchants Association formed in February 2016 with the purpose of engaging stakeholders and government officials to focus on improving the district’s conditions to create a more pedestrian friendly experience that attracts patrons.The associations boundaries run from the 600 block to the 1200 block of Red River. Businesses and organizations participating in the development and activities of the Red River Merchants Association include Mohawk Austin, Cheer Up Charlies, the German Texan Heritage Society, The Beverly, Stubb’s, Empire, Barracuda, Hoboken Pie, Beerland, Elysium, Koriente, Waller Creek Pub, The Sidewinder, Swan Dive, Twin Liquors and others.
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