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Drinking Made Easy
Search for the best drinks, pubs, and brews in this refreshing travel series.
The series premiere takes Zane Lamprey to Phoenix, Arizona. He meets an illegal tequila moonshiner, makes a monster margarita and invents the ranch dressing beer-bomb.
Zane visits Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he meets a master margarita maker, drinks a beer that can kill chickens and eats some of the hottest chille pepper sauce in the state.
Zane rolls into Austin, Texas, where he infuses vodka with fruit, drinks the hottest bloody mary in town and tries his hand at an Austin tradition, spiking a watermelon.
Zane visits Dallas, Texas, where he mixes a spicy margarita, tries some of Mama’s mixes in a Double Wide and gives his competition the boot at Dallas Cowboy Stadium. It’s Drinking Made Easy, Dallas.
Zane visits the Big Easy, where he checks out the oldest bar in the U.S., drinks the strongest drink in NOLA and faces down a Hurricane. It’s Drinking Made Easy, New Orleans.
Zane hits Miami Beach, Florida, where he learns how to make an authentic mojito, taps a cask of ale and tries to cool off with liquid nitrogen. It’s Drinking Made Easy, Miami.
Zane visits Atlanta, Georgia, where he gets a personalized beer tap, finds out what 420 is all about and meets a backwoods moonshiner. It’s Drinking Made Easy, Atlanta.
Zane drinks his way across Virginia and enters a grapefruit squeezing competition, learns mimosas don’t require champagne and learns the history of the mint julep. It’s Drinking Made Easy, Virginia.
Zane Lamprey visits Philadelphia. He drinks beer from Presidential recipes, visits the oldest bar in Philly and discovers the temple shot.
Zane Lamprey visits the Big Apple. He drinks at one of the city’s oldest bars, the longest bar, and a bar that’s location is a secret.
Zane Lamprey visits Bean Town. He tries beer that’s brewed with fruit, drinks mead, and has a beer where everybody knows your name.
Zane Lamprey visits the Windy City. He drinks Goose Island beer at a Cubs game, drinks Malort at one of Al Capone’s favorite hangouts, and tries a Prohibition era cocktail in a former speakeasy.
Zane Lamprey visits Brew City. He takes the beer challenge, visits a refuge for spies and sets the record for the most scorpions consumed in a night.
Zane Lamprey visits the Gateway to the West. He takes the vodka-challenge, indulges his sweet tooth with a hot chocolate martini and tries a signature beer cocktail.
Zane Lamprey visits the Paris of the Plains. He tries edible cocktails, meets the creator of the Bergen Malt and squares off in a Kansas City BBQ eating challenge.
Zane Lamprey visits the Mile High City. He visits the home of Fat Tire, hits his limit at Rio Grande, and watches his buddy Steve compete in a bull ball eating contest.
Salt Lake City
Zane Lamprey visits the SLC. He visits Utah’s oldest bar, dispels the myths about drinking in Utah, and learns the difference between vodka and whiskey.
Zane Lamprey visits B-Town. He has a 10-minute martini, visits a micro-distillery, and challenges Steve to a French fry eating contest in the back of a car.
Zane Lamprey visit’s Rose-City. He drinks at a converted elementary school, has an avocado margarita, and drinks in the city’s oldest restaurant.
Zane Lamprey heads to wine country. He makes fresh Limoncello, visits Rubicon Estates to meet with a Master Sommelier, and has a grape leaf eating contest with Steve.
Zane Lamprey visits the City by the Bay. He meets with Fritz Maytag, who lead the craft beer revolution, drinks Fernet Branca upside down, and drinks on a mobile island.
Zane Lamprey visits Sin City. He drinks a bacon martini, eats deep-fried Oreos at Aces & Ales, and hits the tables in Planet Hollywood.
Zane Lamprey visits San Diego. He drinks at Noble Experiment, a hidden speakeasy, drinks schooners or beer at the Shore Club, and hangs out with an Arrogant Bastard.
In the final episode of season one, Zane returns home to Los Angeles. He drinks out of fruit at Paradise Cove, takes a flight at Blue Palms Brew House and stops by Musso & Franks, a Hollywood institution.
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