Mike Brewer, born 1964 in London, Lambeth, son of Roger Wilkes and Doreen Fitzgerald. His father, Roger, was the owner of the famous Ford called the Flipper Wizard, he was very confused in building cars, which helped the brewer to realize his wish to continue. The first car of the brewer was a beige Mini 850cc.
Mike Beer TV Career
The brewer watched the following television programmes:
- Motion on channel 4
- Cords on wheels
- Destruction in rich areas
- Car companies
- Wheel dealer
- Wheeled traders trade in the elevator.
All these programs were then broadcast on Discovery Channel, with the exception of Driven and Pulling Power.
He appeared in the famous episode of Revved Up, in which the cars are adapted, and on Sky Sports there are reports of the British Rally Championship. He presented a season titled Remote Madness, in which the audience participated in a multi-tasking competition with remote-controlled mini-cars, boats, planes and helicopters.
In 2010 he reviewed his trajectory and came across a new series of Discovery Channel Frontal Combat Vehicles, where he travelled to Afghanistan to accompany and observe the troops at the front with motorized equipment. His helicopter finally came under fire from the enemy on the ground, wounding the pilot in the skull, destroying the hydraulic line and landing on it.
In October 2003, the brewery was commissioned by Discovery Channel to present its new car show Wheeler Dealers. The programme was successfully launched and Edd China was introduced as co-organiser and technical trainer. In 2017 China resigned as co-host after changes in the production of the show and was replaced by Ant Anstead.
In 2013, Wheeler Dealers-Trading Up was founded as a branch of Wheeler dealers. The episode tells the story of breweries around the world buying and exporting different cars to achieve the ultimate goal: keeping the super sports car.
In January 2020, a number of bicycle sellers could be seen on the Discovery Channel. Mike Brewer and Mark Elvis Clerical, a former Formula 1 mechanic, help drivers build their own boring cars for the car of their vision.
Brewery Mike’s career
In addition to his television career, the brewer is still dynamically active in the automotive industry and in 2012 he opened Mike Beer Motors. The car dealer has facilities in Sheffield and Luton. It also introduced the only annual used car dealer bonus in the UK.
Mike’s Brewery Wedding Details
In 1992 Brouwer married his wife Michelle. They live in Millington County, Oxford, and have a daughter.
The brewer has several advanced licenses: a racing license, an advanced driver’s license and a world speed license that allows Mike to participate in worldwide speed contests.
Mike Beer and Honour
The 25th. In October 2000, the brewery set a new speed record for the Volvo S60 T5 in 24-hour land transport. In 2004 Brouwer received the Royal Midland Center Television Society’s Best Vision Award.