b-Roll no. 129

Collaboration beers are often more about the interaction, the connection, and the experience than the actual beer itself. (Although, if those first three go well, the fourth often will as well.) On the road, you live the life of the brewery that's hosting you. Which means you eat, drink, converse, and learn—together.

New York’s Other Half Brewing Co. recently went on a West Coast tear, doing four collaborations at four breweries in less than a week. As evidenced from this b-Roll, the crew’s visit to Monkish Brewing in Torrance, California—where they made a "completely dope" IPA—was filled with beards, funky brews, and laughs.

— Mike Sardina