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Go Pro Starter Kit – Small Batch Beer Making Kit

Absolutely everything you need to make craft beer at home. Easy-to-follow, thorough instructions, plus a DVD you can brew along with. A complete equipment set built by real brewmasters, plus a recipe made from the same high-quality ingredients used by pro brewers. Features our revolutionary Little Big Mouth Bubbler® for easy cleaning, transferring and plenty of head space to hold big beers and vigorous fermentations. For the craft beer enthusiast who wants to start brewing, don’t just brew—go pro.

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Whitewater Brewing Company – Craft Beer and Brewpub

Whitewater Brewing Company creates a variety of craft beer's in the heart of Ontario's Whitewater Region, Foresters Falls, Ontario.

Enjoy beer 'brewed by friends, for friends' from locally sourced ingredients where possible at: the Whitewater Brewing Company Brewpub, on tap on 35+ local bars, or at home with beer available in 64 oz. growlers or tetra pak's, 32 oz. 4 packs, or 3 sizes of keg!

Learn more at: http://www.whitewaterbeer.com

Whitewater Brewing Company | 22 Fletcher Rd. Foresters Falls, ON | 613.582.7227

Produced by Heliconia http://www.helipress.com

How to Brew: IPA (Piney)

Real Simple Brewer

Host – Shane English – @shanefilm

Song – Slow Burn – Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com)

Technical Editor – Marshall

Sample Beer From Beachwood Brewing

5 Gallon Batch

8 lbs Pale Malt Extract
.75Corn Sugar
.75 Crystal 70L
.25 lb Honey
.10 Biscuit

90mins – 2oz Columbus Hops
45mins – 1oz Columbus
30mins – 1oz Simcoe

Flame out
1oz Centennial
2.5oz Simcoe

12 Day Dry Hop
1oz Centennial
1oz Columbus
1oz Simcoe

2 vials of WLP001 California Ale – White Labs

Craft Beer Sell Outs

Beer Run with Jessie


In this episode, Jessie talks about the recent acquisition of Golden Road, Lagunitas, Saint Archer & other craft breweries.

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How to make Ginger Beer – probiotic or alcoholic, you decide!

Kane Watson of The Living Food Project shows you how to make a traditional wild fermented ginger beer. Simple, good for you and delicious!

HOW TO: Start a Nanobrewery (feat. Blackrocks!) – HHG #161

The Guys head to the Great White North, specifically Marquette, Michigan, where Andy Langlois and Dave Manson (the CoFounders of Blackrocks Brewery) are hard at work. No joke; these guys ran out of beer on their opening weekend, and in a very short time this community's thirst for innovative beer has stretched their nanobrewing capacity to the limit.

How to Brew: English Pale Ale

Real Simple Brewer

Host – Shane English – @shanefilm

Song – Slow Burn – Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com0

Beer example: Fuller's London Pride

Capturing Wild Yeast Part II – Purifying Wild Yeast

In part 2 of my video series on collecting wild yeast I go over a simple method of generating pure strains of yeast and bacteria from a mixed culture. While this video concentrates on purifying organisms from wild ferments, it could also be used to purify yeast from a contaminated beer.

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PicoBrew Zymatic: The smart appliance that makes beer brewing easy

Yes, it's a cloud-connected beer-making machine. Follow along as beer-making newbie Jon Phillips makes his first ale.

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Brewing with Brewdog: Peach Therapy | The Craft Beer Channel

Jonny & the Brad had the honour of designing a beer with Brewdog. Together with bloggers Matt Curtis, Adrian Tierney-Jones and the professionals we made a sour Belgian tripel with peaches and apricots.

But it nearly went very wrong indeed…

Thanks for Matt Curtis of totalales.co.uk for the profile pic!