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Beerland is American Travel TV series. Produced by Viceland. Stars: Meg Gill. It first aired on Apr 27, 2017, on Viceland. The series has 5.2 * rating by IMDb.


How Many Seasons Are In Beerland: 3 (17 episodes)

Season 4


Season 3

Season premieres on May 22, 2018

Viceland, 6 episodes

Season 2

Season premieres on December 7, 2017

Viceland, 5 episodes

Season 1

2017, Viceland, 6 episodes

Beerland Episodes Online

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Beerland Time

Beerland is on Viceland (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S3E6 (Finale) - Air Date: Jun 26, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

'Beerland' winner Jessica Fierro takes reins at Great Storm Brewing - Colorado Springs Gazette - according to Gazette

"It's a proven fact that I can make a Tamarindo beer like no one's business, and I intend to do exactly that later down the road," she said. "The creative and innovative side of brewing is where I thrive, and I'm excited to pump that beer up a couple of notches."

5 tips for home brewing from the woman behind Viceland's 'Beerland' - USA TODAY - via Usatoday

An estimated 1.2 million Americans make their own beer, according to a survey by the American Homebrewers Association. It's a crafty, often cost-effective alternative that cable network Viceland is exploring in its six-episode docuseries Beerland (premiering Thursday, 10 ET/PT), which follows Golden Road Brewing co-founder Meg Gill on a cross-country trek meeting amateur brewers in cities including New York, Santa Fe and Honolulu.

Sebastian lifeguards win TV homebrewing competition 'Beerland' with Man-Go-War beer - TCPalm - by Tcpalm

The lifeguards thought their back story was good — how they use ocean water in the beer and raise money for local charities — until they heard the other stories. One homebrewer was a man with Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS, who wasn’t able to fly to L.A. for the finale.

Pikes Pub: Colorado Springs homebrewer Jessica Fierro wins top prize in 'Beerland' TV series - Colorado Springs Gazette - via Gazette

The name is an "homage to my grandmother. 'Doña' is a term of respect - like saying ma'am - and 'Neta' is a shortened version of her name," said Fierro, who aspires to someday start her own brewery - the first founded, owned and with a brewing operation overseen by a Latina.


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