Brew Masters: Cedar Beer
Sam shows off his most recent creative project, beer brewed with cedar wood.
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How It's Made: Rum
Find out how fermentation transforms molasses into rum in this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
After Midnight: Cuban Coffee
Coffee is as much a part of Cuban culture as cigars. Learn more about Cuban coffee on Discovery Channel's "After Midnight."
Dirty Jobs: Barrel Bunghole
Mike Rowe, host of Discovery Channel's series "Dirty Jobs," takes viewers even further into the wine-making process. He cauterizes a bunghole in a barrel so the wine doesn't touch raw wood when being poured out.
Dirty Jobs: Building a Barrel
There are no seals or nails used in making a barrel. Only wood, heat, water and pressure holds these wine barrels together. Learn more with Mike Rowe, host of "Dirty Jobs" on the Discovery Channel.
Some Assembly Required: Barrel Shaping and Charring
The barrel shaping machine tightens the wooden staves, and then they are moved on to the charring process, which is crucial for making Jack Daniels whiskey. Learn more about whiskey making on Discovery Channel's "Some Assembly Required."
Watch this video from Simply Ming where Chef Ming Tsai shows you how to properly open a bottle of wine.
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Construction at the brewery could bring in airborne nasties, so frequent tests are conducted to make sure there are no invisible surprises to spoil the beer.
Brew Masters: Five Ton Crane
There's a new treehouse in town. Steelworking artists 'Five Ton Crane' share their exhibit with the Dogfish Head Brewery.
Brew Masters: IPA Lesson
IPA's are a special brew, requiring lots of time, attention and a little bit of luck to come out tasting the right way.
Brew Masters: Punkin Disaster
Just after Sam arrives in New Zealand for the Beervana event he gets word of a severe setback on the Punkin Ale production line.
Dirty Jobs: Wine Maker
Now, when you raise your glass this New Year's Eve, you can think of Mike Rowe shoving the filling wand into the bunghole (a wine-barrel-filling technique).