Month: January 2020

Coopers DIY Beer is the easiest and most rewarding DIY project you’ll ever do. Easy to make and even easier to drink. Just follow the simple instructions on this video and you’ll be making great tasting beer in no time. For more information go to http://www.diybeer.com. Buy the Coopers DIY Beer Kit at the online
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We brew a German Dopplebock beer – but it took two attempts to get it right. Of which only one attempt left a physical scar. We also experiment with using a sparge arm with brew-in-a-bag recirculation. Recipe: 12 lbs Munich II 2 lbs Pilsner; German 1 lbs Caramunich III 0.75 oz Northern Brewer – Boil
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Comprehensive video of a brew day on our EHERMS brewery build. Including brewery cleaning, recipe design, yeast starters, grain milling, water chemistry, mash, sparge, boil, whirlpool and fermentation control. Cheers Chapters Yeast Starter 1:10 Pre Brew Day 3:54 Brew Day 10:56 Recipe: 12:22 Water Chemistry 14:50 Milling Grain 16:59 The Mash 22:16 The Sparge 30:29
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We LOOOVE hard cider. It’s one of our go-to drinks and it would be kinda amazing if we could make our own at home. So we thought it would be awesome to put this home brewing kit to the test. Only trouble is, we stink at following directions. And learning to siphon the cider from
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Afflite Links: Hard Seltzer Kit: https://www.homebrewing.org/Homebrew-Hard-Seltzer-Recipe-Kit-5-gallon_p_9867.html/?AffId=690 5 Gallon Equipment Kit for first-timers: https://www.homebrewing.org/Beginning-Homebrew-Kit-Upgrade-1-_p_1703.html/?AffId=690 1 Gallon kit for First Timers: https://www.homebrewing.org/Vintners-Best-1-Gal-Country-Wine-Equipment-Kit_p_1506.html/?AffId=690 In today’s Journey, we use the Hard Seltzer Kit that we bought from Adventures in HomeBrewing, we had already planned to make our own recipe but were glad to see that our friends at AIH
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Pumpkin Ale from olbrygging.no Batch Size: 25 L / 6.60 US GALLONS OG: 1.051 FG: 1.009 Boil Time: 60 mins IBU: 24.1 Efficiency: 75% Colour: 32.6 EBC 0.50kg / 1.10lbs Pumpkin, dried (8%) 2kg / 4.41lbs Rye Malt (31%) 1.50kg / 3.30lbs Pale Ale (23%) 0.70kg / 1.54lbs Crystal Malt 30 EBC (11%) 0.70kg /
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—————————————————————- Chase The Craft Lapel Pins Available Now: www.chasethecraft.com/shop —————————————————————- Still Its Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/stillit —————————————————————- Sign Up To The Still It Mailing List Here: http://stillitmaillist.gr8.com —————————————————————- How to make an all-grain wash/wort for beer or spirits. All grain brewing can be very VERY daunting to those wanting to begin the craft. There is NO
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A little experiment today. I found some dried peaches to add to my hard cider. The experiment is I added the fruit to the primary instead of racking it to a secondary fermenter. I’m trying to stream line my process. The cool thing about the one gallon batches they are good for experimenting. Enjoy and
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It is time for an educational video that looks at SMASH (single malt and single hop) beers. This video will guide you through designing SMASH beers with key advice around the “do’s and don’ts”. I also put forward why this type of recipe is so useful to those of all experience levels as well as
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In this video I make a real authentic Christmas beer. Recipe and process: http://barleyandthehops.com/authentic-christmas-ale/ Tasting: https://youtu.be/yKh1rqjzSKs _____________ Patreon is a thing: https://www.patreon.com/barleyandthehops Feel free to subscribe (good things will happen. I promise): https://goo.gl/1qHJ88 Song by DJ Quads: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCusFqutyfTWRqGhC8kHA5uw Instagram: @barleyandthehops Twitter: @barleyandthehop Facebook: facebook.com/barleyandthehops
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Our Brew Setup: https://www.clawhammersupply.com/collections/all-products/products/digital-electric-120v-homebrew-beer-system Sour Pumpkin Beer Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2NrGzmBTRQ&t=3s Full Recipe: https://www.clawhammersupply.com/blogs/moonshine-still-blog/brewing-beer-sour-pumpkin-recipe We’re making a sour pumpkin beer for halloween. It’s a total gamble at this point, but we’re excited anyway. The reason is that we’ve never made A.) a pumpkin beer, or B.) a sour beer. So we thought, why not go big
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