They go back to the brewpub or kitchen area with a chef's difficulty, where the Bru Appetit host and the selected regional chef develop regional cuisine based on the components gathered earlier. After the culinary 'throwdown', the food is coupled with local craft beer, with the previously mentioned chef and brewmaster.And among the active ingredients in each dish must include the beer from the episode's brewery or brewpub.So, who is Bru Appetit?Carlo Overhulser is the manufacturer, creator and founder, with 15 years of A/V experience in significant recording studios and television and is a devoted homebrewer. He also started The Beer Channel.Jason Horn is the host, award winning chef and guide. With a background in the culinary arts, he has likewise worked as an agreement chef. The two met through Facebook last November, when Carlo viewed a pilot that Jason made. Carlo was impressed with his drive, enthusiasm and ambition. And having merged their skills and passions into a program they truly believe in, a terrific friendship has formed.Horn and Overhulser have recorded the pilot episodes in Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia. They shot two different pilots to reveal networks what they might perform in 30 and 60 minute formats.Their first visit in April, brought Horn and team to Back Forty Beer Company in Gadsden, Alabama, conference brewmaster, Tim Blevins. Their Truck Stop Honey Brown Ale is brewed with Alabama wildflower honey, roasted malts and Apollo and Willamette hops.Horn signed up with Alabama Hog Control to source their first local meat, the old made method: hunting. When in Prattville, Alabama, do as the locals do, and hunt for hogs.Horn likewise goes to Hokes Bluff and his noggin' is soon covered in roughly 10,000 bees while very carefully drinking their popular beer. It's an awesome website.Horn took some sound advice from the bee keeper: "If you respect them and do not knock at 'em or try to act a fool, they will not mess with ya.".He chuckled over the phone, that he was saying to himself, "Draw it up and simply do it.".