Zane visits the Hemp Hotel and red light district. It gets crazy at a sailor bar with a bartender pouring local drinks generously. It definitely could cause a serious hangover. But the local smoke filled coffee shop has just what the doctor ordered….
Zane does happy hour with locals shooting off fireworks, downing shots and local beers. He meets a farmer who makes his own corn brew then hits the city where he finds his Panamanian counterparts in the form of a popular partying Panamanian TV cast.
Zane discovers a remote atoll where they grow the only grapes on earth to have a “coral terroir.” There’s also pineapple liqueur, island cocktails, beer cocktails and island antics, when Zane goes three sheets to Tahiti.
It’s the birthplace of Greece’s great spirit of Ouzo. Zane sees how it’s made, and more importantly how it’s consumed with locals – and he finds out about the mysterious science behind why water makes ouzo turn cloudy.
Zane does his share of crawling as he explores this renowned enclave of pub culture. He finds a pub said to be haunted by King George, he has a drinking face-off with a local football legend, and he downs a few with a local crime syndicate insider.
Zane goes straight to the grounds of the Jagermeister compound. But it doesn’t stop there, Hamburg is home to some of the most innovative German cocktails, and it’s also home to some salty sailors who like beer and like to play with fire!
Ever heard of beer made with cane? Porter made with Coconut? Vodka made with pineapple or ocean water? On this episode, Zane goes local finding out how local ingredients influence Hawaiian drinks in a unique way.
Zane eats wild game, meets up with a local celebrity known for his drinking exploits, samples Afrikaner firewater known as “Witblits” and a lot of other drinks that make this a place with something for just about anyone.
Zane explores the differences between French St. Martin, and Dutch St. Martin, as well as sampling the many ways in which the locals doctor rum to come up with new and interesting flavors, including one said to replace Viagra!
Zane eats goat udder with ice cold Saigon suds and learns all about “Bia Hoi” (“fresh beer”). He motors around Saigon on the back of a scooter. He is invited to a home where he drinks local vodka and learns Vietnamese drinking lingo.
Zane begins his Russian experience at a traditional bath house. He is then greeted with ice cold beer and endless vodka shots. This prepares him for the ultimate challenge, going shot for shot with locals at a house party.
Zane tangos his way though one of the world’s most prized wine regions also known as the “Paris of South America.” He tries a libation known simply as “Santanas.” He eats steak with gauchos in the mountains and visits the bar scene of Buenos Aires.
NEW NEWS SECTION - March 13, 2017: As promised, today we are unveiling our updated Video News Section, featuring news videos from over 80 trusted news sources. You'll notice that it's now much easier to page through videos in a section, via the new overlay; and we have slightly tweaked the categories (Science and Health are now included in Sci-Tech; and the Food section is a new category).