We even have a local microbrewery up here on the Central Coast of NSW at Erina Heights-the Six String Brewing Company .It opened in an industrial unit early in January and it has a small bar area and sells take away beer in reusable "squealers"-1 litre and "growlers"-2 litre-glass bottles and is hoping to sell draught beer to local hotels,restaurants and bars.
The beer is great particularly the very flavoursome IPA and the easy drinking"Saison" -4 styles are brewed- and the brewery looks very professional.
To celebrate "handmade" craft beer I thought I would use some old-style craft and took some film photos using the Hasselblad and Kodak Portra 400 colour negative film.The light was very low and I had to handhold the camera-I do not like using a tripod -and have the lens wide open. Nowadays with digital cameras with their small sensors and short lenses depth of field is invairably not a problem but with a medium format camera with a long lens wide open at close range the depth of field is very shallow.Exact focussing is a must.
The Portra film converts to black and white very nicely in SilverEFX and I used this for the final shots.
Cheers to Six String Brewery being a long lasting success.