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Sam Calagione has made beer his life's passion. Fortunately for him, it's also how he makes his living. Calagione and his company, Dogfish Head Brewery, are profiled as he and his partners in suds travel the world looking for ingredients and techniques to produce original brews. A visit to New Zealand, for instance, sparks an idea to come up with a tomato-based beer. The series also depicts the laid-back life at the Dogfish Head headquarters, where meetings are held for beer tastings, a bocce ball league takes place in the parking lot, and rap videos are filmed in the brewery.

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Dogfish brews a 9,000-year-old recipe, based on pottery jars recovered in Northern China.
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Cedar-fired beer debuts; delays occur when 9,000 gallons of 120 Minute IPA is flagged by authorities.
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Sam collaborates with Epic Brewery to make a brew for the annual New Zealand beer competition.
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Sam heads to Peru to explore an ancient corn-based brew called Chicha. Then it's all hands on deck in Delaware when Dogfish staff use human saliva to brew their own Chicha.
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Dogfish Head collaborates with Sony Records to create a fusion beer to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Miles Davis' album Bitches Brew.

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