Actor/adventurer Jack Maxwell learned a lot working in South Boston bars, and one lesson stood out: Enjoy a couple of drinks with a stranger, and the whole world opens up. Those experiences inspired "Booze Traveler," which follows Maxwell to various countries to quench his curiosity about what people drink, why, and the tales it prompts. In Armenia, Belize, Lithuania, Mongolia, Nepal and elsewhere, Maxwell learns its intoxicating traditions, meets with locals, joins in activities, and even helps with the alcohol-making process. He finds a unique drink, makes friends and shares stories in each spot.
From major roadside drink-driving operations and mobile breath testing, to high-speed pursuits and drivers under the influence of drugs, Booze Patrol Australia captures all the drama and danger that police face every day in their relentless campaign against drink driving. See the police in action as they pull over some very lively characters including a grandmother who claims she never drinks, despite alcohol being detected, and a plumber whose pregnant wife is waiting for him at home - will a couple of beers after work on the way home land him in hot water? We also meet a new driver who stopped drinking at midnight and is on his way to the beach for the day eleven hours later ? but is he still over the limit? Then there's the driver of the Toyota who appeared to pull up short of a police stop. Is he really an innocent drivert? As well as covering traffic operations Booze Patrol Australia also heads out to sea with the NSW Water Police who patrol the waterways where the blood alcohol limit is the same as on the road.
Booze Britain was a fly-on-the-wall documentary television series produced by Granada that aired on British satellite TV channel Bravo in half-hour episodes which documented the binge drinking culture of various towns and cities in the United Kingdom. Typically, the series followed a group of friends as they indulge in an evening drinking heavily in various establishments usually in their own town or city, police officers fining and arresting people for various alcohol-related incidents and also paramedics who are called out to handle the consequences of drunkenness. The narration by Mark Womack provided alcohol-related statistics and comments on medical issues raised by the scenes depicted. In its second series, subtitled Binge Nation, they went to numerous places in the country. Notably, in one episode, it showed how the effects of alcohol can have someone's behaviour. The most watched episode, in Newquay depicted the events of a night out involving "The Tanks". It got out of hand when Sam drank a pint of urine, threw it up, only for Jonny to finish the remains.
The Booze Cruise is a series of three feature length comedy dramas written for British television by Paul Minett and Brian Leveson. The first episode in the series was first shown on ITV in 2003. The three episodes have received mixed reviews, with the Radio Times describing it as "like comedy in 1973" and also "you can see each joke a mile off", but generally liking the show.
How Booze Built America is an American reality-documentary Miniseries starring Mike Rowe. The miniseries premiered on the Discovery Channel on September 19, 2012. In each episode, Rowe travels around the United States discussing how alcoholic beverages affected periods throughout American history.