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Brew Masters, a reality television series plays on Discovery Channel and features around Sam Calagione who is the head of a company, Dogfish Head Brewery. His staff is going to search the world in order to find a new or ancient inspiration for beer. Discovery Channel first found the company when it stumbled upon the website of the company. They decided to take the show to the head of the company and offer him a way to advertise his company while helping Discovery make a show. They intended to make the focus on the process of making the beer and how it is produced within the brewery.
The shows will outline how the process of making beer works. From the very beginning of starting the beer to making a specific taste to color of the beer. The show will go over everything allowing viewers at home to experience how things work inside of brewery. One thing that a number of men and women wish they could do at home with the at home brewing kits. Often times, home brewing will lead to a type of beer that is shared with friends and family but cannot be done quickly enough to have friends and family learn how to do it.
For the last episode, the focus was on the opening of the Brewpub owned by the beer company in New York City but was unfortunately delayed, which delayed the last episode. It would later go on to open but not before the show had been pulled. The show had never been aired to people inside of the United States but did air to the public in other countries.
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Dogfish Head is about to brew a batch of "Chateau Jihau" using a 9000 year-old recipe from a village in Northern China. Sam heads to Egypt in order to bring back to life beer from one of man's earliest civilizations.
First "cedar-fied" beer is debuted and delays occur when 9,000 gals of 120 Minute IPA is flagged by authorities.
Sam heads to New Zealand to make an indigenous brew for Beervana, the annual craft-brewing competition. Meanwhile, at the Milton brewery, fears of dumping a significant amount of Punkin' Ale loom when it ends up in the wrong type of glass bottles.
Sam travels to Peru to sample an ancient corn based brew called Chicha. Then, it's all hands on deck in Delaware when the Dogfish staff uses human saliva to brew their own Chicha.
Sam Calagione and Dogfish Head Brewery collaborate with Sony Records to create a new fusion beer to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Miles Davis' album, "Bitches Brew." With a very tight deadline, they must formulate, produce and ship 50,000 bottles.