Tasty Tales

is creating short video docs about craft breweries, distilleries & wineries

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Thank you for wanting to support our work!! You'll get access to our Patron-only feed where we'll post regular updates about our process and future videos! We also hereby give you absolution for using Adblock on our videos. Guilt no more!

  • Acces to our Patron-only feed
  • Absolution for using Adblock
  • Our eternal gratitude

Tasting Flight

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Thanks for getting behind us, you're awesome! Besides access to the Patron-only feed you also get acces to Behind the scenes photos and you will receive Two original Tasty Tales stickers!

  • Behind the scenes photos
  • Two original Tasty Tales stickers
  • Plus all previous rewards

See, Swirl, Smell and Sip

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You're supporting us even more, that's awesome, thank you! Besides access to the Patron-only feed and Behind the scenes photos, as above, you'll also receive Two original Tasty Tales stickers and on top of that you have the choice of receiving a Beer opener or Wine corkscrew with our Tasty Tales logo.

  • Your choice of receiving a Beer opener or Wine corkscrew with Tasty Tales logo
  • Plus all previous rewards
  • (minimum two months)
    NOTE: Shipments made after 2nd pledge goes through.




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About Tasty Tales

Hi there, thanks that you found your way here!

• Who we are
We are Johan de Ligt and Alle van der Wal, two Dutch friends that share a passion for filmmaking, but also for anything that tingles our tastebuds. In 2014 we started our YouTube-channel Tasty Tales TV and Tasty Tales website on the theory that wine, beer and distilled spirits might taste good, but will taste even better if you have been to the source where it's produced and know the story behind your drink. Because it's just not possible to visit all these great distilleries, breweries and wineries worldwide, we thought we'd bring them to you in a short video, starting off in our homebase The Netherlands and in neighboring country Belgium.

We had worked together for a few years on several projects, and the plan was for Johan to start Tasty Tales as a side-project while we continued our regular freelance projects. Since Johan would be the only employee and we wouldn't need an office or most things a normal company needs, we'd be able to fund Tasty Tales for a while by investing lots of our spare time and a little extra financial help from a very kind family relative.

Tasty Tales has had a great start and we've developed an enthusiastic following. In the last couple of years, we've produced over fourty short video docs in our spare time and Tasty Tales has become a seriously time consuming job for us. Like all good things, these videos just take a lot of time to produce. Between research, writing the scripts, filming, editing, etc., each video takes a serious amount of hours to produce and upload.

• The big challenge

We have an enthusiastic following and working on Tasty Tales is the most fun we've ever had doing anything. This should continue for a long time, in some form or another. The idea of "investing lots of our spare time and a little extra financial help from a very kind family relative" was fine for these first years, but it's not sustainable. Our spare time is too little. And one day we will have to refund some money to our kind family relative that, by the way, promised us to stay kind to us, no matter what :) If Tasty Tales is going to go on for a long time, it has to be able to support itself.

We decided we don't want to have ads all over our website www.tastytales.tv. Ads are annoying and hurt the user experience, so instead we offer companies related to our subjects, to have their logo on our website for a decent price. This helps us a little. Unfortunately we can't do without ads on our YouTube-channel because together with our website it doesn't even get us half of the way to self-sustainability. 

• Our goal
We can go on this way and produce a handful of videos each year in our spare time. But seriously... we would love to pick up the pace and produce many more videos and travel the distance that is required to reach the most important interview subjects. And not just in The Netherlands or Belgium, but also in the rest of Europe and on other continents!
The way Patreon works is you can donate whatever you want per month and the donation is recurring each month after that. So anything, from $1/month up, is hugely helpful to the cause.

Thanks for any support you can offer if you decide to, and thanks for being a reader... and viewer!

Johan and Alle

Come chat with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Pinterest!
$52.68 of $100 per month
If we're able to reach $100 per month we can cover the gas expenses of the majority of our trips around Holland and Belgium and grab a sandwich on the way.
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