Tampa Bay spots featured on upcoming episode of "Drinking Made Easy" with Zane Lamprey

Play the official drinking game while watching along!

Catch the episode premiere on Wednesday, November 9, at 8 p.m. EST on HDNet. If you don't happen to have HDNet on your channel lineup, keep an eye on Drinking Made Easy's YouTube channel where I'm sure it will be uploaded in a few weeks.


Tip: While watching along, play the Drinking Made Easy drinking game. Watch the video below for rules (and make sure you're either at home while doing this or have a designated driver to take you home afterward).


Zane Lamprey (better known for his travel TV show Three Sheets) recently visited four spots in the Tampa Bay area to showcase the libations that have made them famous for an upcoming episode of his new show, Drinking Made Easy — a booze road trip of sorts where Lamprey and his drinking buddy, Steve McKenna, as travel this great nation, "in search of the local drinks and drinking customs that have contributed to the birth, growth and distinction of our great country."

In the episode, Zane visits Tampa favorite Cigar City Brewing for a pint, scouts out the original Hooters location in Clearwater for an "Orange Shorts Margarita", samples the "Bloody Gazpacho" at the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor and sips on a "Blue Blazer" at Mandarin Hide in Downtown St. Pete.

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