Dogfish Head is about to brew a batch of "Chateau Jihau", a 9000 year-old recipe based on pottery jars recovered from a village in Northern China.
First "cedar-fied" beer is debuted and delays occur when 9,000 gals of 120 Minute IPA is flagged by authorities.
Sam travels to New Zealand to make an indigenous brew for Beervana, the annual craft-brewing competition. Back home, bottling issues arise.
Sam heads to Peru to explore an ancient corn based brew called Chicha. Then the Dogfish staff uses human saliva to brew their own Chicha.
Sam collaborates with Sony Records to create a new fusion beer to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Miles Davis' album, "Bitches Brew."
The team heads to an Egyptian tomb to see an early depiction of beer brewing.
Sam gets word of a severe setback on the Punkin Ale production line.
Sam shops in Cairo's famous spice market for ingredients for ancient ale.
Dogfish Head's "Pain Releevas" brew up something special for the Sony music VP.
Dogfish Head Brewery employees get ready to chew, chew, and chew some more.
Sam has an idea for using surfboard cedar scraps to brew a woodsy-tasting beer.
Dogfish Head's mission: creating "Off-centered Ales for Off-Centered People."
Sam gathers his lead brewers to figure out how to make an exotic test recipe.
Running a successful business requires inspiration, so BREW MASTERS hits the road for the ultimate beer tasting road trip. Sam and his team travel the world visiting Egypt to recreate "ancient ales", New Zealand where he gets the idea for the "first tomato based beer", and Italy to research old world Italian beers, the BREW MASTERS are out to create the most original and delicious beers around!
IPA's are a special brew, requiring lots of time, attention and a little luck.
A visit to a traditional chicha brewer in Peru gives Sam valuable knowledge.
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