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How to brew a Woodfordes Wherry Bitter by Brewbitz Homebrew Shop

In this video we show you how easy it is to make a Woodforde's Wherry Beer, describing all the equipment you will need, the method used to make the Woodfordes Wherry Bitter and how to barrel and bottle it.

At the end you will have a fantastic beer to drink.

You can use this method on all 2 can beer kits that do not need extra sugar.

You can buy the woodforde's range of beer kits on our website here – http://www.brewbitz.com/Brands/Woodfordes__c-p-0-0-1-28.aspx

Home Brewing Beer 101: Part 3 – Boiling & Cooling Wort – Adding Wort & Yeast to Primary Fermenter

Tommy from www.BrewFanatics.com takes you through the steps of making your own beer. In this video he shows you how to bring your wort to a boil and then cool it right back down again. Also, we add the wort and our little yeast buddies to our primary fermenter, so they can do their fermentation thing. Hope you enjoy. Cheers!

Home Brewing Beer 101: Part 2 – Adding the Ingredients

Tommy from www.BrewFanatics.com takes you through the first steps of making your own beer. In this video he shows you how to properly add the ingredients to your boiling water. Once the ingredients are fully dissolved in the water we have wort, which is basically beer before it has alcohol in it. Hope you enjoy. Cheers!

Easy Home Brewing – Very Detailed Review of Mr Beer Pt 3

Part 3 of the Mr. Beer Series… Tasting the beer! This series is to allow me, as a experienced home brewer, to test the Mr. Beer system and see if it is a viable way for beginners to make beer. This is part 2 where we bottle the beer.

Easy Home Brewing – Very Detailed Review of Mr Beer Pt 2

This is part two of the Mr. Beer experiment. This series is to allow me, as a experienced home brewer, to test the Mr. Beer system and see if it is a viable way for beginners to make beer. This is part 2 where we bottle the beer.

Home Brewing Beer 101: Part 4 – Fermentation, Bottling, and Capping

Tommy from www.BrewFanatics.com takes you through the steps of making your own beer. In this video he shows you what proper yeast fermentation looks like and how to transfer your beer from the primary fermenter to the bottling bucket using an auto siphon. Then he shows you how to bottle and cap your beer. I hope you liked this video series and learned from it. I sure had fun making it. Cheers!