Oz Clarke and James May travel through Britain and Ireland to discover the amazing array of drinks on offer for the delectation of a wine ponce and an incorrigible scruffbag.
icks has gone back to the archives of an extinct local brewery to recreate the beer which was Churchill's favourite, and which cheered the troops after the Normandy landings. There is another invasion on Oz's mind, however, as he tells James about the ru
Oz and James begin their exploration of south-west England with a trip to a traditional cider farm in Somerset, where they meet 'the Godfather of cider', Frank Naish, who at 84 is still going strong. Then they head further west to sample some decidedly u