In this Video, No-Li Brewhouse Shares the Spirit of the Inland Empire

A pint of beer at No-Li Brewhouse, captured from the video.


No-Li Brewhouse recently launched a 30-second video as part of a media campaign that embodies the collaborative and forward-thinking spirit of the Inland Empire. The video, which we share below, will find viewers online and via broadcast outlets.

The Inland Empires refers to Eastern Washington and North Idaho. The video showcases the rich tapestry of the region, “from the majestic landscapes of Lake Coeur d’Alene and Spokane Falls to the vibrant communities that make our area unique,” said an announcement from No-Li Brewhouse. “We remind ourselves of our regions’ shared roots and collective harmony that defines us.”

“With a powerful narrative, voiced by local musician Allen Stone, the advertisement highlights how the Inland Empire thrives as an ensemble, emphasizing that our “community heartbeat is harmony,”” said the announcement. “This ethos of unity and collaboration is echoed in the ad’s portrayal of the people of the Inland Empire as “creators, cultivators, fighters, and fabricators,” who stand together, arm in arm, ready to make a global impact.”

No-Li Brewhouse says that it is inspired by the same principles of creativity and collaboration. “This campaign is not just an advertisement but a declaration of our shared identity and commitment to fostering a sense of “One Community.””


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With the video and the campaign, No-Li Brewhouse aims to celebrate the essence of the Inland Empire, highlighting the region’s collective achievements and the boundless potential created by working together. “We invite everyone to watch and share the ad and join us in honoring the spirit of our community, as we continue to build a legacy of innovation and unity that will resonate around the globe.”


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