Chef David LeFevre meets up with his good friend and one-time Icelandic Chef of the Year, Volli, in Reykjavik. Together they take in the sights, eat fermented shark, fish for fresh uni, go on a snowmovile adventure, and chef up a delicious meal of Arctic char.
Jon and Pat travel with their friend Jacob from Mikkeller Brewing to the Faroe Islands – 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway. They're on a quest for ingredients to inspire their next world-class beer, and have a few pints with adventure along the way.
In this episode, Jon and Pat meet up with their friend Jeremy in the Dominican Republic where they learn about the history and craft of making cigars. On their adventure, the culture and beauty of the island inspire them to make a one-of-a-kind beer.
Brewdog founders James Watt and Martin Dickie take to the skies to brew a beer in honor of British Airways' Centenary. What better way to brew the perfect in-flight beer than to do it on a plane soaring over the UK?
James and Martin make the Ultimate Beer and Cider Shandy with Simon Wright, the founder of Hawkes Cidery, and they do it in the most British way possible: while stuck in traffic at the top of double decker bus.
In a city where they can pretend to be anything, James and Martin decide to be....brewers? Hollywood classics are reimagined in this satirical story of the beer making process with a little help from the who's who of the LA beer world.
James and Martin are in their adopted US home in Ohio to brew the ultimate Columbus collaboration beer. With local breweries Land Grant, Seventh Son, and Rockmill they head to the Blue Jackets ice hockey rink to brew a beer with buckeye nuts, which are unfortunately poisonous.