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Welcome to Craft Beer & Brewing Online Learning
 
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Craft Beer & Brewing Online Education is the best online learning resource for brewers of all levels. Get started today at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/
How to Evaluate Beer
 
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Josh Weikert is a BJCP Grand Master, and a columnist and a regular contributor to Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®. Join him for this 30-minute video to learn to better evaluate beer! Watch all of our videos at: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/
Homebrew Recipe Development from Start-to-Finish
 
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From conception to perfection, learn the ins and outs of developing your best beer from professional brewer Matt Czigler, Founder of Czig Meister Brewing and former Brewmaster at Kane Brewing. Learn: - How to build a recipe for your brew setup - Select a style, fitting the seasons and ingredients - How much and what style of yeast to use - How to select your base and specialty malts - How to select your bittering, flavor, and aroma hops (and what combination makes sense) - How to add adjuncts, spices, and fruits to fit your recipe - Develop the sweetness of the beer - Calculate the metrics you care about and more! Visit https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/ to view more than 30 online brewing courses.
Craft Beer & Brewing Kegging Your Beer Video Excerpt
 
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Join CB&B contributing editor Dave Carpenter as he walks you through everything you need to know to start kegging your beer. In this excerpt from the full-length video, Dave walks you through the primary types of home-brew kegs and shows you how to identify each. For the full length video, visit http://shop.beerandbrewing.com/product-p/cbbvideo_kegging.htm
Extract Brewing From Start To Finish
 
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In this 45 minute video, CB&B Cofounder Steve Keonig walks you through a full extract brew day, from steeping specialty grains to extract and hop additions to pitching yeast and racking to secondary fermentation, as well as bottling your beer! If you've never brewed before, or if you'd like to watch how experienced brewers manage a brew day, this video download is packed with great tips and techniques. View our full course library here: http://magazine.beer/2oFNXJb
Introduction to Brewing Lagers from Craft Beer & Brewing
 
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Join Craft Beer & Brewing Contributing Editor Dave Carpenter for a video class on brewing and conditioning lager beers. Learn the basics of temperature control, yeast selection and pitching, wort chilling and oxygenation, lager conditioning, lager priming, bottling, and more. This excerpt is from the introduction to temperature control. For more, visit http://shop.beerandbrewing.com .
Brewing a Grapefruit IPA at Camden Town Brewery | The Craft Beer Channel
 
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Brewing a Grapefruit IPA at Camden Town Brewery PERFECTED RECIPE: http://thecraftbeerchannel.com/juicy-banger-grapefruit-ipa-recipe/ Jonny and his favourite beer nerds were invited to brew a Grapefruit IPA with Camden Town Brewery. Watch the chaos unfold! The end beer, called the Juicy Banger, is a 7% IPA made with grapefruit zest, Magnum, Amarillo, Citra and Centennial hops. You can try it at Camden Town Brewery on 9 January! Chris Hall's blog: chrishallbeer.com Matt Curtis's blog: totalales.blogspot.com Camden Town Brewery: camdentownbrewery.com
Views: 71929 The Craft Beer Channel
Craft Beer & Brewing Adding Flavors to Beer Video excerpt
 
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Join host Jay Montez of Odell Brewing Company as he guides you through this video class on adding flavors to beer. Learn the ins and outs of how to add Chocolate, Coffee, Fruit, Herbs, Spices, Extracts, Distilled Spirits, and Chiles to your homebrew. This is an excerpt of the chapter on adding chocolate to beer. For more information visit http://shop.beerandbrewing.com
How to Keg Your Homebrew
 
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Join Zymurgy Editor Dave Carpenter as he walks you through everything you need to know to start kegging your beer. Over 40 minutes, Dave breaks down keg systems part-by-part, so you can learn why and how kegs work, how to troubleshoot kegging issues, how to get great results from transferring beer into kegs, how to pressurize kegs properly, the right way to force carbonate, and how to serve your homebrew from kegs. View all of our brewing videos/courses here: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/catalog
Tips for Brewing With Peanuts
 
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See our full course on adjunct brewing here: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-adjunct-like-weldwerks Neil Fisher, co-owner of WeldWorks Brewing Company, shares his tips for using peanuts in your brewing. See more about WeldWorks here: https://www.weldwerksbrewing.com/
Brett Beer Development
 
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Wiley Roots Cofounder/Head Brewer Kyle Carbaugh takes you step-by-step through brewing a mixed culture brettanomyces beer. From the foundation of recipe development to sampling your beer, Kyles discusses the considerations in selecting your grain bill, hops, yeast, bacteria, fermentation duration and temperature, adjuncting, and a lot more. Wiley Roots won a gold medal at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival in the Mixed-Culture Brett Beer category for Galaxy Dry Hopped Funk Yo Couch. To see the full episode, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/brewing-mixed-culture-brett-beer-with-wiley-roots To learn more about Wiley Roots, click here!: http://www.wileyroots.com
Brewing With Different Strains Of Yeast
 
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Neil Fisher, co-owner of WeldWerks Brewing Company, shares his tips on brewing different types of New England-style India Pale Ales by getting creative with strains of yeast. To learn more, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-adjunct-like-weldwerks Learn more about WeldWerks brewing, here!: https://www.weldwerksbrewing.com/
Become an Expert on Barrel Aging
 
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Tune into Avery Brewing Barrel Herder Andy Parker as he shares the do's and don'ts of the barrel aging process. See the full course, here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/the-mechanics-of-barrel-aging-with-avery-brewing Learn more about Avery Brewing Company, here! : http://www.averybrewing.com/
Brewing Great Beer Start-to-Finish (All-Grain) Excerpt
 
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Watch CB&B co-founder Steve Koenig as he shows you how to get started with all-grain brewing. In this excerpt from the full-length video, he demonstrates lautering techniques for homebrewers, used to clarify wort before running it off into your boil kettle. For the full-length video, see more here: http://shop.beerandbrewing.com/product-p/cbbvideo_grainbrew.htm
Picking the Right Kettle to Brew High Gravity Beers
 
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Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine® contributor Taylor Caron covers everything you need to know about high gravity and high alcohol brewing, fermenting, and packaging. Whether you've encountered a stuck fermentation, incomplete fermentation, missing your original gravity, low carbonation, or other problems associated with brewing high alcohol beers, Taylor has the answer for you. Brewing a high-gravity all-grain beer can be a challenge, and getting it right requires some forethought and planning. These beers typically involve original gravities of 1.080 or higher, which means you may be using double the amount of grain (or more) that you typically brew with. Not only does this push the limited capacity of your mash tun, but it also lowers the efficiency of your brewing system. Join Taylor Caron as he walks you through everything from recipe development through fermentation and packaging your next high gravity beer. Taylor offers advice on: - Recipe considerations - Alternate mashing techniques - Hopping - Yeast selection - Boil considerations - High gravity fermentation - Carbonation and packaging - and much more This course is complete with 4 recipes and tips from the experts at The Bruery. Learn more: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/brewing-techniques-for-high-gravity-beers
The Benefit of Dry Yeast for Your Abbey Ales
 
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If you decide to homebrew a classic Abbey-style ale at the spur of the moment you might not have a yeast starter on hand. Paul Odell says that's no problem and in this video tip offers up the benefits of using dry yeast in your recipe. In Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine’s online course, Brewing Traditional Abbey-style Beers, BJCP-certified judge Paul Odell walks you through everything you need to know to brew, then serve classic styles of beer. Sign up today at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/brewing-abbey-style-beers
The Basics of Brewing
 
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Thinking about getting into brewing or making your beer a little better? Join Josh Weikert as he takes you through the fundamentals of making beer, equipment you'll need, and building recipes. Then head on over to our online learning platform to master your craft: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/
Micro Brewery Starter System At Brewbitz Homebrew Shop
 
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If you are wanting to make your own craft beer, then look no further than this great kit. It has EVERYTHING that you need to brew 40 pints of great beer. Included in the kit is: Brewing Bucket, Pressure Barrel, Beer Kit, Syphon, Spoon, Steriliser, CO2, Hydrometer, Thermometer, and instructions for you to make 40 pints of great tasting beer. Get your kit at https://www.brewbitz.com/17-starter-packs and start brewing now. Watch our videos on how to brew up your kit following our tips to get the best results.
Craft Beer & Brewing Online Education Platform Walk-Through
 
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Take a look inside Craft Beer & Brewing's online education platform that integrates video instruction with digital content and printable handouts and checklists that help you explore and develop skills across a variety of beer and brewing-related disciplines. Learn wherever you have an internet connection with this easy-to-use and in-depth online learning system!
Building A Home Draft System
 
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Find all of our great videos at our shop: http://shop.beerandbrewing.com/collections/videos In this video, you'll learn how to build, maintain, and troubleshoot your home draft system. Whether you are building your beer dispensing setup from scratch or have purchased a ready-to-go kegerator, this video will show you, quite literally, the nuts and bolts of draft system maintenance.
The Beginner's Guide to Making Home Brew
 
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For our YouTube audience: 25% off original designs- ends August 31. https://teespring.com//?pr=YT726 - all store products... In this episode, veteran beer-making instructor Jeremy Frey, from F. H. Steinbart Company, one of the oldest home beer supply houses in the country, shows us how to make a batch of home-made beer. The printed recipe from the video is on Cooking Up a Story: Amber Ale recipe: http://cookingupastory.com/the-beginners-guide-to-making-home-brew Food Farmer Earth - a journey of wide discovery about our food http://www.youtube.com/ffe Subscribe to Food Farmer Earth-receive the latest videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=foodfarmerearth Visit Cooking Up a Story for more stories, recipes, photos, and complete written posts http://cookingupastory.com Follow us: Google+ https://plus.google.com/+foodfarmerearth/posts twitter http://twitter.com/cookingupastory Facebook http://www.facebook.com/cookingupastory Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/foodfarmerearth/ Website RSS Feed http://cookingupastory.com/feed Cooking Up a Story channel on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/cookingupastory
Views: 1299518 Food Farmer Earth
Brewing Lagers with John Bolton, Dave Carpenter - BeerSmith Podcast #87
 
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John Bolton and Dave Carpenter join me from Craft Beer and Brewing Magazine to talk about brewing lagers. We cover the major procedures and techniques needed to brew a good lager including considerations like refrigeration, starter size and avoiding off flavors.
Views: 9031 Brad Smith
All-Grain and Partial Mash Homebrewing Online Education Preview from Craft Beer & Brewing
 
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Craft Beer & Brewing's online education platform gives you all the tools you need to learn how to brew beer at home. This quick tour outlines all the features of the platform. To learn more, visit http://learn.beerandbrewing.com
Brewing Great Beer Start-to-Finish (Extract) excerpt
 
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Watch CB&B co-founder Steve Koenig as he shows you how to get started with extract brewing. In this excerpt from the full-length video, he demonstrates specialty grains techniques for homebrewers, adding color to your brew. For the full-length video, see more here: http://shop.beerandbrewing.com/product-p/cbbvideo_extractbrew.htm
Tips for Using Coconut in Your Brewing
 
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See our full course on adjunct brewing here: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-adjunct-like-weldwerks Neil Fisher, co-owner of WeldWerks Brewing Company, shares his tips for brewing with coconut. Check out WeldWerks brewing: https://www.weldwerksbrewing.com/
Building Your Brewery 101
 
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Thinking about opening a brewery? Start with this video class to learn the basics. To see the full episode, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/building-your-brewery To Learn more about Man Skirt Brewing, check out their website!: http://manskirtbrewing.com
Yeast Health and Pitch Rates for Brewing Stouts
 
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Learn more at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-brew-great-stouts Linsey Cornish, head brewer at Three Four Beer Company, shares with you her thoughts on yeast health and pitch rates for brewing great stouts. Check out Three Four Beer Company here http://www.threefourbeerco.com/
Women's Craft Beer Society at Flagship Brewery
 
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The brewing world, once dominated almost exclusively by men, has started get more diverse, with women across the country joining the ranks at breweries working as everything from taproom managers to brewers. Flagship Brewery in Staten Island New York recently held a Women in Craft Beer Society as a way to perhaps help grown those numbers. The idea was inspired from the Women's Beer Society started by Ting Su, Co-Founder of Eagle Rock Brewery in Los Angeles, says Flagship's Patrick Morse. "As a former brewer at Eagle Rock, I saw first hand the success and impact their women's group had; therefore, I had always wanted to do something similar at Flagship." While most women's groups tend to be started at breweries where there already is a female brewer on staff, Flagship does not. "I've had the pleasure of meeting and working with many female brewers over the years, including a few in NYC. There is a growing number within the profession, and our Womens Craft Beer Society is meant to help encourage that growth," Morse says. "We would certainly love to have a female brewer at Flagship." The idea for the Womens Beer Society at Flagship actually came from Morse's wife. "My wife Tasya reminded myself and Flagship's co-founders Jay Sykes and Matt McGinley how great it would be to start a women's beer group similar to Eagle Rock's here on Staten Island" says Morse. "We had been trying to think of ways to do more community based events in Flagship's taproom, and this idea was at the top of our list." The first meeting of the group featured local brewer and entrepreneur Katarina Martinez from Lineup Brewing, a brewery opening in the area soon. "She told her inspirational story of how she entered the world of craft beer. We did a flight tasting of a few English style ESBs, featuring Kat's ESB beer called 'Under Pressure.' We finished up the session with a casual Q&A that was very educational and kept the group super engaged," says Morse. And Martinez's appearance is only just the beginning. The next meeting of the group will be December 8th and will feature Lauren Grimm, the co-founder of Grimm Artisanal Ales. "The attendees were diverse, which is why I think establishing this group is so empowering. All different ages and levels of beer knowledge," says Morse. "We had a few women that didn't even like beer that much, which was great because by the end of session they were some of most intrigued and interested in when the next meeting was going to be."
Views: 1456 Paste Magazine
Managing Your Fermentation Temperature to Better Beer
 
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This week he talks about tools and tips you can use to properly control your temperature. From techincal tools to DIY home remedies, Caron has the information you need to make sure that your fermention temperature is on point and ready to help make a truly great beer. Brewing a high-gravity all-grain beer can be a challenge, and getting it right requires some forethought and planning. These beers typically involve original gravities of 1.080 or higher, which means you may be using double the amount of grain (or more) that you typically brew with. Not only does this push the limited capacity of your mash tun, but it also lowers the efficiency of your brewing system. Taylor offers advice on: - Recipe considerations - Alternate mashing techniques - Hopping - Yeast selection - Boil considerations - High gravity fermentation - Carbonation and packaging - and much more Join Taylor Caron as he walks you through everything from recipe development through fermentation and packaging your next high gravity beer - https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/brewing-techniques-for-high-gravity-beers.
Brewing Stouts
 
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Linsey Cornish, head brewer at Three Four Beer Company, shares with you some insightful tips on how to add the perfect amount of carbination to your stout. To see the full course, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-brew-great-stouts Learn more about Three Four Beer Company, here! : http://www.threefourbeerco.com/
Skiing, Brewing, and Drinking at 11,000 Feet (Silver City Hut Trip)
 
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IN EARLY 2015, A GROUP OF SKIERS, SNOWBOARDERS, AND BREWERS FROM ASPEN BREWING, CRAFT BEER & BREWING MAGAZINE, AND STRAFE, TOOK TO THE ASPEN BACKCOUNTRY FOR SICK LINES, BIG JUMPS, AND TO BREW A TEST BATCH OF ASPEN’S NEW SILVER CITY ALE...
Home Brew Troubleshooting 101
 
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We're all on a mission to brew better beer! In this video course you'll learn: -How to diagnose off flavors -How to describe the flavors you're encountering -The likely cause of those flavors -How to remedy those off-flavors -More about brewing water, hopping, yeast, and malt. To see the full course, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/troubleshooting-your-beer
Color Coding Your Terminal Blocks | How to Build Your Electric Brewery
 
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Learn how to build your electric brewery with step-by-step video instructions: http://magazine.beer/29Q9Vqk Color coding your terminal blocks will allow you to: - Easily wire your electrical panel - Diagnose any problems you may encounter - Look really good when you show it off Check out more than 20 classes that will help you brew your best beer in our course library: http://magazine.beer/29EQE94
How To Brew Beer 1 Gallon Homebrew Kit
 
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In this video I'm brewing a one gallon batch of homebrew with the American Pale Ale 1 gallon brew kit from Craft-A-Brew. This is home brewing from start to finish. The second part of this video covers how to bottle. This was actually pretty easy to make and took around 2 hours start to finish. Disclaimer: Craft-a-brew doesn't pay me in any way for this video. I used to own a company called GroBrew.Com, and we used to sell these kits. I now mention craft-a-brew directly because they are really good 1 gallon kits, and they deserve any business this video generates. For those who have asked, I shut down GroBrew.Com. I can still answer (or try to answer) any brewing related questions you have, but this channel will now be covering everything I'm interested in, not just brewing. Thanks for watching! Instagram: @landnseatv #landnsea for reposts!
Views: 37523 Land & Sea TV
How to Brew Beer 1 Gallon  Homebrew kit - Part 2 "Bottling"
 
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Part 2 of our 1 gallon home brew video. It's been 10 days since our initial brewday, and in this video we are priming and bottling our American Pale Ale.
Views: 19386 Land & Sea TV
Mixed Culture Brett Beers
 
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Wiley Roots Cofounder/Head Brewer Kyle Carbaugh takes you step-by-step through brewing a mixed culture brettanomyces beer. From the foundation of recipe development to sampling your beer, Kyles discusses the considerations in selecting your grain bill, hops, yeast, bacteria, fermentation duration and temperature, adjuncting, and a lot more. Wiley Roots won a gold medal at the 2017 Great American Beer Festival in the Mixed-Culture Brett Beer category for Galaxy Dry Hopped Funk Yo Couch. To see the full episode, click here!: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/cour... To learn more about Wiley Roots, click here!: http://www.wileyroots.com
Who is Ruby Street Brewing?
 
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Ruby Street Brewing specializes in building top quality all-grain beer brewing systems and equipment. Ruby Street Brewing is a Colorado-based brewery equipment manufacturer specializing in professional quality small-batch brewing systems. They market their products to retail brew shops and breweries. Operated as a family business, Ruby Street Brewing, LLC was established in 2011 after years of home-brewing beer, and designing and building multiple beer brewing systems. They pride themselves on building beer brewing structures that are as attractive as they are functional and intuitive. The current line of products is designed on the premise that a good beer brewing structure should be space saving and portable, yet well laid out with room to access all kettles at a safe working height. Ruby Street Brewing has achieved this with large wheels, low overall height, and stand on end storage feature. If you have any questions regarding their products or would like to find a dealer near you, please email them at: [email protected]
Simulating a Sparkler on a Beer Engine
 
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Depending upon the geographical location of a particular pub, the beer engine may include a sparkler, which is a kind of restrictor plate that forces carbon dioxide out of solution as beer is pumped into the nonic pint. Here’s how to simulate a sparkler on a DIY beer engine based around a hand pump designed for a sink in an RV or camper. In Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine’s online course, How to Brew & Serve Great Cask Beers, BJCP-certified judge Paul Odell walks you through everything you need to know to brew, then serve (both traditionally and through homebrew kegs) great cask beers. Sign up today at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/brewing-serving-cask-ale
Inside Denver's Lager-Only Craft Brewery Bierstadt Lagerhaus | BeerAdvocate magazine #126
 
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Ashleigh Carter and Bill Eye co-founded Bierstadt Lagerhaus in Denver in 2016. There, Carter brews the lagers she loves to drink—like Dunkel, Helles, and Pilsner—as closely as possible to the German purity law Reinheitsgebot. Read more in BeerAdvocate magazine issue #126 (July 2017): https://www.beeradvocate.com/articles/16047/ashleigh-carter-co-founder-and-head-brewer-bierstadt-lagerhaus/ On the cover: Ancient brewing traditions and ingredients inspire a handful of brewers to look to the past as the way forward. | Illustration by Ola Volo. Subscribe: https://www.beeradvocate.com/magazine/ Video by Dustin Hall and Reel Media.
Views: 1988 BeerAdvocate
Give the Gift of Brewing Education
 
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Craft Beer & Brewing Online Education is the best online learning resource for brewers of all levels. Get started today at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/
Idiot's Guide to Making Incredible Beer at Home
 
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Make sure you download a free copy of my "A Slice of Heaven" Sourdough Ebook Download Link - https://bit.ly/2FTGUp9 SUBSCRIBE NOW: https://www.youtube.com/user/BrothersGreenEats?sub_confirmation=1 Home Brewing/Fermentation Kits (via amazon): https://www.amazon.com/shop/brothersgreeneats01?listId=17MRH4CBDUWTD&ref=idea_share_inf I’ve brewed beer three times in the last few months and every single brew has been the best-tasting beer I've ever had. between the freshness and love, home-brew seems to exist in a entirely different category when comparing it to the beer your probably use to drinking. Pick out a day on the weekend where you can dedicate a few hours to brewing and give it a shot. I'm telling you, if you follow the directions in this video or whatever recipe your have, you will have incredible tasting beer for yourself and all the glorious people in your life that you can gift bottles too. Enjoy! For a chance to win your very own starter home brew set follow these two steps below. (Brew Kit) http://amzn.to/2rlItHK 1. Sign up for the mailing list http://eepurl.com/ctr809 2. Share this video to one of your own social media platforms Derek Delinger @dellingerderek The Fermented Man - https://www.amazon.com/Fermented-Man-Front-Lines-Revolution/dp/1468309013 Kent Falls Brewery - http://www.kentfallsbrewing.com/?age-verified=f8c727853c Bitter and Esters - @bitterandesters https://bitterandesters.com/ Fermenter Cooler - http://amzn.to/2rhHZk1 Brothers Green Kit Interested in any of the products we use to create this show. You can find everything from specific ingredients, filming gear, wish list equipment and even our favorite books all conveniently organized for you in our kit. If any of these products float your boat, by using the amazon link providing you will be supporting our channel! https://kit.com/BrothersGreen Original Music by Lacey Inspired https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired and bluewednesday  https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday more info on hydrometer readings http://www.homebrewing.org/How-to-Read-a-Hydrometer_ep_46-1.html
Views: 555037 Brothers Green Eats
Temperature and Water Levels for Your Mash
 
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To see our full course on recipe development: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/recipe-development-from-start-to-finish Matt Czigler, founder of Czig Meister Brewing, talks about how the amount of water in your mash effects your final product. Check out Czig Meister Brewing: http://www.czigmeisterbrewing.com/
The Beer-Changing Magic of Brewing with Hops
 
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From East Coast to West Coast, hops transform the bitterness, flavor and aroma of beer. Learn how to taste and appreciate the hops that give breweries like Russian River, Allagash and Victory their distinct styles guided by Jimmy Carbone, owner of Jimmy’s No. 43 and host of the internet radio show, "Beer Sessions Radio." Featured guests: Jeff O’Neil, founder and proprietor of Industrial Arts Brewing Company in Garnerville, New York, which focuses on using the best ingredients available to make “fresh, clean, hoppy beers” John Segal, co-owner of Segal Ranch, a third-generation, family hop farm widely known among craft brewers for estate-quality hops and a commitment to innovation in hop growing John Holl, writer, author of American Craft Beer Cookbook, co-host of Steal This Beer podcast and senior editor of Craft Beer and Brewing Magazine. Katherine Kyle, a managing partner at New York City's Blind Tiger Ale House
The micro brewing process. Thames Side Brewery, Staines upon Thames.
 
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A brewing day at Thames Side Brewery, the first micro brewery in Staines upon Thames for 80 years. Andrew Hayward explains the beer making process and the history of brewing in Staines. http://www.thamessidebrewery.co.uk Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
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Options for Adding Yeast Nutrients to Your Boil
 
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Learn more at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-brew-great-stouts Linsey Cornish, head brewer at Three Four Beer Company, shares with you some tips for adding yeast nutrients to your boil. Most yeast nutrients are just dead dry yeast. You can also purchase commercial yeast food. Linsey likes to pull a little yeast off the bottom of one of her other harvests to throw in her boil. Your yeast needs amino acids, b vitamins, and minerals that are provided by the dead yeast or yeast food. This can help to ensure a more optimal yeast growth and survival rate. Learn more about Three Four Beer Company http://www.threefourbeerco.com/
How Craft Beer Is Made
 
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Beavertown is one of the UK's largest craft breweries located in Tottenham, London. The brewery is known for its range of flavorful craft beers, which include IPAs and porters. The brewing process begins with releasing sugars by adding malted barley to hot water. Oats, rye, or wheat are added at this stage to bring out different flavors. This process is called mashing. Once the sugars are released, hops are added to the mixture. See more from Beavertown: http://www.beavertownbrewery.co.uk/ FOOD INSIDER believes life should be a delicious adventure. Subscribe to our channel: http://insder.co/Food and visit us at: https://thisisinsider.com FOOD INSIDER on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foodinsider FOOD INSIDER on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisisinsiderfood/ FOOD INSIDER on Twitter: https://twitter.com/insiderfood Produced by: Charlie Floyd
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Australian Brewery & Behemoth NZ Collaboration Brew
 
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Australian Brewery & Behemoth Brewing NZ collaborate for a 9.5% Belgian IPA Tripel Threat with Beer and Brewer Magazine. Time lapse of the brew day.
Views: 86 AusBreweryTV
Selecting Your Kettle | CB&B Tip of the Week
 
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Learn how to build your DIY homebrew setup here: http://bit.ly/22xeipd Selecting the right kettle for your homebrew setup is essential in producing great beer consistently. Some important considerations include: - Kettle size - Kettle material - Construction quality - Bells & whistles (thermometer, sight glass, pickup tube)
How to Brew Watermelon Wheat Beer
 
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You've mastered the 4 primary ingredients (hops, water, malt, and yeast) and now you're ready to apply new flavors to your brew! To learn from start to finish how to use watermelon in your beer, visit: https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/courses/how-to-brew-your-best-watermelon-wheat-beer