The love of outdoor adventure and the ever growing popularity of craft beer has culminated into a full blown production based on executive producer Jeff Coxen’s vision of 5 years in the making.
“This series has taken us about five years to create and it required coming up with something we have never seen before on T.V. that is not only entertaining but also a massive platform for communities and organizations that do great things for people,” says executive producer and host Jeff Coxen.
Brotherhood of Brew started filming in Jeff’s home town of Bend Oregon. The show is slated for 10 episodes consisting of two segments. An outdoor adventure starts the episode with a local brewery finishing the second half of the segment. First episode included snowmobile extrodinaire Ross X Robinson of Cascade Motorsports and Polaris. Jerry Bowman of Whiskey Hill Smokehouse joined Jeff at Crux Brewery for the brew review segment of the show.
Brotherhood of Brew starts in Oregon and travels across seven western states and Alaska in their first season and have slated Iceland and Canada for season two that starts production later in 2018. Each episode comprises adventure, motorsports along with local artists, restaurant culture and hardships with the second half of the show visiting artisan breweries, wineries and distilleries and showcasing their amazing stories, passions and product. It’s a surefire way to enjoy an evening with a solid binge watch!
About Sycan Media
Sycan Media was founded in 2012 by seasoned cameraman and photographer Jeff Coxen to provide musicians a more affordable way to create music videos on smaller budgets. After working as a cameraman and stunt rider on several other networks, he decided to create an in house network of talented, seasoned veterans to create their own shows, films and documentaries. Sycan produces exceptionally creative and commercial programming in all genres. The company is currently in production with season one of Brotherhood of Brew, Lifting the Redwood Curtain (a documentary based on the outlaw history and homeless epidemic of Humboldt County, Ca) that is set for release at the Sundance Film Festival later in 2018 as well as a few other small projects with local Bay Area musicians and politicians.