(November 17, 2014) “What a civilization imbibes can reveal a lot about who they are and the world that they live in. Those who built the pyramids preferred beer, and ancient Rome loved its wine, but what's the preferred alcoholic beverage in the US and what does it say about America? Join food writer Josh Ozersky on an illuminating journey as he makes moonshine, meets a microbrewery's chemist, visits an award-winning vineyard and samples the infinite possibilities of the cocktail bar, all in the name of science.”
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Host Josh Ozersky won the James Beard Award for food writing and is the author of The Hamburger: A History. He is currently an editor at Esquire Magazine. Ozersky has appeared on the TV series ANTHONY BOURDAIN: NO RESERVATIONS and Iron Chef America, and is the founder of the annual meat-themed culinary festival "Meatopia."
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THE UNITED STATES OF DRINKING is produced by Smithsonian Channel. David Royle, Charles Poe and Tim Evans serve as executive producers for the Channel.
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