We travel to a forest in Frankonia, Germany, where fresh beer is stored inside an old tunnel system in a mountain.
Simon Coutu and Ogden Ridjanovic go on an all-day bender in regional Quebec to find out why it’s so difficult to purchase locally crafted spirits.
Photographer, skateboarder, and Jägermeister enthusiast Atiba Jefferson heads to Germany for a history lesson on the legendarily potent liquor.
Yuka and her friend Cindee meet up with some priests in Kyoto, Japan and get closer to the gods—through drinking.
In this episode of Al-Kee-Hol, we follow our host Dominique Rousake on a trip along the “Route de l’Absinthe”, the beautiful French-Swiss absinthe route.
Charlet Duboc travels to Seoul to investigate the fascinating history and etiquette of soju drinking, and in the process, ends up wildly wasted at karaoke and a silent disco.
Hosts Adam Jackson and Patrick McGuire head to Canada’s Niagara-on-the-Lake region for a drinkable tour of ice wine, made from grapes that are harvested while totally frozen on the vine.
Host Yuka Uchida explores Tokyo’s booming craft beer scene, from passion fruit-infused lagers to hand-pumped black ales to microbrews served in a refurbished shipping container. Yuka and her pal Ogi sample enough beer to earn the title of beer otaku (beer nerds)!
In the latest episode of Al-Kee-Hol called Getting to Know Golden, presented by Coors Banquet, chef and host Lee Tiernan heads to Golden, Colorado to explore the Coors Banquet Brewery. Between crash-landing a paraglider and ripping down mountains on a dirt bike, Lee tours the brewery and gets a lesson in beer science from the best in the business.
From a centuries-old brewery to an izakaya with an explosive way of opening sake bottles, host Yuka Uchida experiences the whole spectrum of sake-drinking in the Tokyo. We also find out why sake bombs are only for frat boys and Paris Hilton.
Billy Wagner takes us on a tour through Frankfurt’s Sachsenhausen district to visit traditional Apfelwein pubs and taste different versions of this tart, golden-colored booze.
Check out our newest installment of Al-Kee-Hol, where two of our MUNCHIES correspondents head out on a marathon of cask ales in some incredible old English pubs.
Daiquiris are delicious. So delicious that we decided to go down to New Orleans and try to get our hands on as many different flavors as we could.