'Brews Brothers': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix sitcom

The show stars Alan Aisenberg and Mike Castle as two brothers who own a family business -- brewing and selling beer -- and the only thing they have in common is wanting to come up with the perfect brew


                            'Brews Brothers': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix sitcom
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'Brews Brothers', the upcoming Netflix original is a comedy show that centers on two brothers who own a brewery and attempt to discover a brew that can win the world over. 

Release date:

The show will premiere on Netflix on April 10.

Plot: 

According to Netflix, 'Brews Brothers' is about "two estranged brothers, Wilhelm (Alan Aisenberg) and Adam Rodman (Mike Castle), who find themselves running a brewery together. Each one is a beer genius… a braumeister, but they couldn’t be more different in their beer-making techniques and personalities. A lot of times in a show you see two people who complete each other. These two don’t even make a full person."

Cast: 

Alan Aisenberg as Wilhelm

Actor Alan Aisenberg plays the role of one of the brothers in the show, Wilhelm. He is well known for his role in 'Orange Is the New Black'. 

Mike Castle as Adam

Actor Mike Castle plays the role of Adam, the other brother who collaborates with his brother in running the brewery despite differences in opinion.

Carmen Flood as Sarah

Actor Carmen Flood plays the role of Sarah, a friend of the brothers, who tries to moderate conversations between the two but fails enough times to tell them that they are so opposite from each other that they cannot make each other whole. 

Trailer:



 

The trailer of the show introduces us to two brothers who own a family business -- that of brewing and selling beer and the only thing they have in common is to come up with the perfect brew. That's also where all their differences surface, and they do not seem capable of agreeing with each other on anything. They are at two ends of the spectrum, and not the kind that attracts each other, but more the kind that attacks each other and the hilarity of their situation is what the show would cash in on. 

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