DAILYPINT co-founders Will Clay and Eric Roth met in the late ‘90s while working at Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm’s visual effects studio in San Francisco. Working together on blockbusters like “The Mummy Returns” and the “Star Wars” prequel “Attack of the Clones,” Clay and Roth found they shared a common interest: craft beer.
From there, Will continued working in visual effects on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Hulk, and Pirates of the Caribbean while Eric transitioned to animated features, working for DreamWorks Animation on such hits as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon 2.
But the two film veterans also shared a love for craft beer so they decided to collaborate on a new project—a craft beer venue that would combine their love for hops and Hollywood. Here, at DAILYPINT their vision has turned into a reality, bringing its unique blend of storytelling and beer knowledge to the Triangle.
Here’s the pitch: you’re stuck in traffic on 540 or Glenwood Avenue near RDU, and you’re thirsty. Whether you’re a bona fide craft beer enthusiast or merely someone who enjoys a tasty brew, the founders of DAILYPINT craft beer venue and event space would like to roll out the proverbial red carpet and invite you in for a drink.
Come grab your dailypint!