Season 3 ends with James and Martin experiencing the adventurous side of the Baja Peninsula. In the spirit of the wild, off-road race Baja 1000, they brew an equally outrageous beer, using sea urchin and peyote skins, and serving it up michelada style.
James and Martin visit Louisville and drink with Sean Patton and Jay Larson of "Best Bars in America." The encounter inspires James and Martin to brew a beer that tastes like a mint julep, the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby.
James and Martin visit Brooklyn, the craft beer epicenter of the East Coast, and team up with home brewers Stephen Valand and Erica Shea of the Brooklyn Brew Shop as well as modernist chef Wylie Dufresne to create the ultimate Big Apple Beer.
Season 3 begins with James and Martin returning to their brewery in Aberdeen, Scotland, to revive a dead Scottish beer, while brewing in the most haunted house in the U.K. They also hunt for ghosts with a team of paranormal investigators.