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Beer obsessives rejoice: Scottish duo James Watt and Martin Dickie—owners of the most successful brewery in the UK—are back with another season of Brew Dogs. This season, they're continuing their cross-country tour, highlighting local breweries, restaurants and pubs—and the craftsmen behind them—across the nation that work to build America's appreciation of the good stuff.

Here now, we've rounded up the highlights—the most exciting breweries that the duo plans to hit in the coming weeks. Catch a sneak peek of the all-new season in the video above, and click through to check out the map. All-new episodes of Brew Dogs are every Wednesday at 9|8c, only on Esquire Network.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Fullsteam Brewery

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James and Martin join forces with Sean Lilly Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery to brew the “Most Caloric Beer" with the Maple Bacon Ice Cream Stout. [Image]

Tenaya Creek Brewery

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At Vegas' Teyana Creek Brewery, James and Martin join forces to brew the “Most Expensive Beer,” as a tribute to the city of lights and opulence. Spoiler alert: there may be truffles. [Image]

Revolution Brewing

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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, James and Martin team up with Josh Deth of Revolution Brewing to brew the “Greenest Beer," which incorporates spinach dye and local, organic whiskey. [Photo]

Dogfish Head

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In Delaware, the duo sets out to break their own record for fastest beer brewed with "Fastest Beer" using a custom yeast strand from Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione. [Image]

NOLA Brewing Tap Room

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The spirit of New Orleans inspires James and Martin's "Revival Beer," with help from Voodoo Priestess Sallie Ann Glassman and chef Jacques Leonardi from the famed Jacques-Imo's.

Maui Brewing Co. Brewery

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Garrett Marrero hosts James and Martin at Maui Brewing Company to create a “Hot Lava Rock Beer” inspired by the island lifestyle and rich history.

Alaskan Brewing Company

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James and Martin test their limits when they cut off civilization and team up with Andy Klein of Alaskan Brewing Company to brew a “Survivalist Beer" out in the wilderness.

Bear Republic Brewery

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Seeking to make the "Ultimate NorCal Beer," the guys enlist UC Davis Professor Charles Bamforth and the brewers at Bear Republic for help.

Ska Brewing Co. World Headquarters

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The name of the game is "ancient beer," at Ska Brewing Co., where James and Martin set out to create a beer that hasn't been brewed in years with the help of an archeologist.

Golden Road Brewing

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In Los Angeles, James and Martin split up to lead two teams of home brewers as they attempt to create the best new boundary-pushing beer. They meet to face off at Golden Road Brewing.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

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To make the "Ultimate NorCal Beer," the guys head to Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. with the help of professor Charles Bamforth, the "Pope of Foam."

Fullsteam Brewery

James and Martin join forces with Sean Lilly Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery to brew the “Most Caloric Beer" with the Maple Bacon Ice Cream Stout. [Image]

Tenaya Creek Brewery

At Vegas' Teyana Creek Brewery, James and Martin join forces to brew the “Most Expensive Beer,” as a tribute to the city of lights and opulence. Spoiler alert: there may be truffles. [Image]

Revolution Brewing

In honor of St. Patrick's Day, James and Martin team up with Josh Deth of Revolution Brewing to brew the “Greenest Beer," which incorporates spinach dye and local, organic whiskey. [Photo]

Dogfish Head

In Delaware, the duo sets out to break their own record for fastest beer brewed with "Fastest Beer" using a custom yeast strand from Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione. [Image]

NOLA Brewing Tap Room

The spirit of New Orleans inspires James and Martin's "Revival Beer," with help from Voodoo Priestess Sallie Ann Glassman and chef Jacques Leonardi from the famed Jacques-Imo's.

Maui Brewing Co. Brewery

Garrett Marrero hosts James and Martin at Maui Brewing Company to create a “Hot Lava Rock Beer” inspired by the island lifestyle and rich history.

Alaskan Brewing Company

James and Martin test their limits when they cut off civilization and team up with Andy Klein of Alaskan Brewing Company to brew a “Survivalist Beer" out in the wilderness.

Bear Republic Brewery

Seeking to make the "Ultimate NorCal Beer," the guys enlist UC Davis Professor Charles Bamforth and the brewers at Bear Republic for help.

Ska Brewing Co. World Headquarters

The name of the game is "ancient beer," at Ska Brewing Co., where James and Martin set out to create a beer that hasn't been brewed in years with the help of an archeologist.

Golden Road Brewing

In Los Angeles, James and Martin split up to lead two teams of home brewers as they attempt to create the best new boundary-pushing beer. They meet to face off at Golden Road Brewing.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

To make the "Ultimate NorCal Beer," the guys head to Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. with the help of professor Charles Bamforth, the "Pope of Foam."

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