A journey to find the world's best cocktail, and the stories behind each of the nominees.
The ingredients that make the wine, beer and spirits from Australia so special.
The micro-brewery industry explodes in Wales.
Some of the best wines the world has to offer are sampled.
The modern industrialized island of Taiwan clings to the fringes of an ancient culture.
The favored drink by American bootleggers during Prohibition, Canadian whiskey is now popular around the globe.
Kevin answers some of the questions he is most frequently asked.
The renewed popularity of mead, which is made from fermented honey.
The national drink of Peru, pisco is still produced using the methods founded centuries ago.
The best drink, food, fun and characters over the past four years.
Turkey's traditions associated with liquor; Raki is a special homegrown spirit in Turkey that changes color when ice or water is added to it.
Going behind the scenes of the TV series.
Vineyards of Australia's Hunter Valley.
Kevin goes to the nightclubs of Havana in search of the best Cuban rum.
High elevations, Mediterranean breezes, and well-drained soils make areas in Israel suitable for winemaking.
Looking for a beer that could withstand long sea voyages, German brewers created a heavy barley beer nearly 1,000 years ago; Oktoberfest.
Beverages that have become an integral part of Icelandic culture and cuisine are examined.
Visiting Rome to sip sambuca; elderberry groves; Italian cuisine.
A visit to Lake Okanagan, Canada, the hot spot for wine lovers.
A visit to Carneros, the lesser-known county of California, that produces some of the world's finest sparkling wines.
Hothouses are used to create the unique flavor of Madeira wine.
Kevin Brauch goes on the ultimate quest for cognac.
Brewed in England for at least 600 years, bitter beer is as easy to find today as the corner pub.
Kevin Brauch harvests wormwood and helps create a new batch of absinthe.
Walking through the oldest licensed distilleries in Ireland.
Many pleasures of vermouth.
Soju is now one of the biggest selling spirits in the world.
Kevin Brauch explores New Zealand's wonderful wines and dishes.
Mezcal is part of Zapotec culture for more than 1,000 years.
Used for medicinal purposes and fertility rituals, now marula fruit is used in creating beers and cream liquors.
Kevin Brauch samples Alaskan Smoked Porter Ale and participates in an ice-fishing trek for king salmon.
The birth of the world's first golden beer.
A visit to where Piotr Arsenyevitch Smirnov began his first distillery.
Quebec; maple-syrup liquor.
Wine of Chile.
Germany produces many different types of Schnapps.
Brazil's national drink, Cachaca.
The world's finest tawny and ruby ports.
Local moonshine, Newfie Schreech; 'Iceberg Vodka.'
Brauch goes to the Greek Island of Lesvos to sample and observe the making of ouzo.
Wine from the coast of California.
The secrets of Jamaican rum.
Brauch joins a crew of Jimadors and visits a distillery in the town of Tequila in Mexico.
Grape picking and pressing; frozen grapes; an icewine-inspired meal.
The Orval Monastery; lambic beer; citrus flavoured white beer.
Stout is an integral part of Irish life.
French champagne region.
Searching for Scotland's finest whiskey.