Season 12, Episode 8

Man Caves Renovate the Outdated Gathering Area for the Jim Beam Family

Fred Noe is the great grandson and master distiller of the one and only Jim Beam. Being so deeply rooted in family and tradition, Fred loves nothing more than to entertain his family and friends. Unfortunately, his current space is not living up to the Beam name. Fred called Jason and Tony and now they are on their way to Kentucky to renovate Fred's space in true Jim Beam fashion. With a mix of family, tradition and one of our largest TVs yet, this Jim Beam Man Cave is going to become another brick in the Jim Beam legacy.
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Contemporary Gray Barber Suite

A contemporary suite with a barber chair is shown, as seen on DIY Network's Man Caves.

Modern Blue Den with Black and White Graffiti Wall Art

A modern den with graffiti wall art is shown, as seen on DIY Network's Man Caves.

Man Cave: Rainn Wilson's Home Office

Looking down from his library ladder, Wilson can survey his new cave from up above.

Photo By: Jack Parker

Rustic Wooden Bar with Wooden Chairs

A rustic bar with a wooden counter-top, wooden chairs and floors is shown, as seen on DIY Network's Man Caves.

Photo By: Todd Plitt

Jimmie Johnson and Hosts of Man Caves

The Goose, Jimmie and Jason after the work is complete.

Photo By: Peter Taylor

Homeowners and Professionals in Front of Man Cave

Congratulations to Dave Roseman of Evanston Illinois -- he's the lucky winner of the ultimate baseball man cave. Here Dave and his wife Becca are pictured with (l to r) former Major League player Harold Reynolds, Man Caves hosts Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron, and former Major League player Mitch Williams.

NASCAR Themed Bar with Custom Tire Table

A NASCAR themed bar with a custom tire table is shown, as seen on DIY Network's Man Caves.

Home Office With Beams and Industrial Lighting

Rough-hewn beams contrast beautifully with large industrial-style lighting. A rolling library ladder gives Rainn Wilson extra vertical space to store his office supplies.

Jason Cameron and Duff Goldman Building Shelf

Duff should know better than to play with nail guns.

Photo By: David S. Holloway

Eclectic Den with Orange Corvette Desk

A custom table, chairs, a Corvette desk and a remote controlled framed world map that hides a flat screen tv are featured in Travel Channel host Bert Kreischer new luxury man cave built by DIY Network’s “Man Caves” host Tony Siragusa and licensed contractor Jason Cameron.

Photo By: Gilles Mingasson/Getty Images

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