INSIDE THE BARREL

The Rum Barrel makes national TV on HDNET’s Drinking Made Easy
Lamprey and Friends roll into the Conch Republic to Uncover Unique Drinking Specialties and Time Honored Cocktail Traditions in Key West — Wednesday, October 26 on HDNet!
Live shot from the show on Rum Barrel’s Quarterdeck!

Pat Croce’s Rum Barrel, Island Dogs Bar and the iconic Green Parrot will all be featured in a new episode of HDNET’s Drinking Made Easy with cult sensation Zane Lamprey, which airs Wednesday, October 26, at 8 p.m. ET.

“You’ll see the show, but we had a blast!” Croce said. “Wait for when Steve’s speech starts to slur!”

In this episode, Zane visits Key West, where he stops at several bars, including Croce’s, sampling a Key Lime Pie Martini at Island Dogs; Rum Barrel’s intimidating Kill Devil bucket cocktail; and a dangerous Bloody Mary at the Green Parrot, a Key West institution.

OFFICIAL KEY WEST VIEWING PARTY:
Where: The Rum Barrel Quarterdeck, 528 Front Street, Key West, FL 33040
When: Wednesday, October 26, from 7:30 p.m. ET
What: Extended $5 Happy Hour on food and drinks; 10% off the Kill Devil featured on the episode; stay to hear Colorado-based Celtic Pirate-Folk Rock Band Potcheen and Tony Baltimore

Hi Alan!

The show will also be shown live at Island Dogs and the Green Parrot.

The HDNet series features Lamprey and his drinking buddy Steve McKenna as they travel the U.S. in search of the local drinks and drinking customs that have contributed to the birth, growth and distinction of our great country. Definitely a road trip unlike any other, Lamprey and McKenna travel to cities like Monterey, Miami, Tampa, Cape Cod, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Santa Barbara and Aspen among many others. “Drinking Made Easy” airs Wednesday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET on HDNet.

HDNet networks are available nationally via DIRECTV and Dish Network and locally in Key West on Advanced Cable Communications, AT&T U-verse, Atlantic Broadband and Hotwire Cable Florida. Check your local listings for channels and more information.

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