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
Students! Here's how to brew your own beer at home. You can make lager, bitter, or more interesting beers, the sky is the limit baby! Boom!
Brewchick Shiloh Branigan brings you a Kölsch brewday demo, all-grain style, complete with double decoction temperature control. Kölsch bier is a pale, brilliantly clear, easy drinking, low hopped, any-time beer from the Cologne region of Germany.
10 gallon recipe:
86% pilsner malt
8.3% vienna malt
5.7% victory malt
2X decoction mash
90 minute boil
1 oz hersbrucker & 1 oz mittelfruh @60
1 oz mittelfruh & 1 oz saaz @30
2 whirlfloc tablets @ 10 minutes
Wyeast 1010 American wheat ale yeast
ferment cool (55-58 degrees Fahrenheit) 2 weeks
dycetal rest 48 hours at 62 degrees Fahrenheit
after d-rest, transfer to 2ndary, lower temp 3 deg. Per day until 34F.
lager 30 – 60 days prior to kegging
carbonate keg, store additional 2 – 4 weeks prior to serving
Brewmaster and creator of the Rogue's Brew, Michael Lipton, walks us through the brewing process. Part 2 on the bottling process available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVEvqAsNMnk
The entire Rogue's Brew Kit is available here: http://www.scamstuff.com/products/the-rogues-brew-kit
All ingredients available at http://www.BIYHomebrewSupply.com
Howdy everyone–I completely spaced out and forgot to do a beer tasting of the ESB we made a few months back–so that's how we start out this video. After that, we brew up a simple American Cream Ale using 2-Row Pale, some Biscuit malt, and 1 oz of Cluster hops. We then ferment with some White Labs WLP060 American Blend. This is a really simple recipe that should turn out pretty well–nice and smooth, low malt, low hops. It should be a pretty sessionable beer–which is what I am shooting for.
As always–thanks for watching! Cheers!
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In this video, we explore how to make a beer with pumpkin and honey, along with malt extract. Lots of hops in this beer. The taste test is at the end of the video. Thanks Brewthirty for sending the ingredients for this great beer!
Honey Pumpkin Pale Ale By Brewthrity
3.15 LBS Superstructure IPA Malt Extract
1 LB Light DME
2 – 29oz Cans of Pumpkin
2 LBS Honey
1 LB Brown Sugar
1oz Warrior Hop Pellets
1oz Simcoe Hop Pellets
1oz German Hallertau Hop Pellets
1oz UK East Kent Golding Hop Pellets
Safbrew T-58 Yeast
Prepare a pot of water and begin to heat, once hot enough; dissolve LME, DME, Honey, Brown Sugar and 1 Can of Pumpkin. Bring to a boil and add 1 oz of Warrior Hops and set timer for 60 minutes. With 20 minutes left in boil add 1 oz of UK Kent East Goldings Hops and Whirlfloc Tab. At 10 minutes left add 1 oz German Hallertau Hops and last can of pumpkin. Chill wort and top up to 5-6 gallons (based on Hydrometer reading and desired ABV.) Reach a final temp of approximately 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Add yeast and leave for 5 days, after 5 days add 1 oz of Simcoe Hop Pellets, and wait an additional 3-5 days. Keg and/or bottle your brew.
Master Cicerone, Richard Higgins, teaches a group of SF homebrewers the ins and outs of understanding different flavors and ingredients in beer.
Special thanks to:
BrewLab SF http://brewlabsf.com/
Music done by:
James McDonald https://soundcloud.com/alcoves
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http://www.HomebrewerTV.com Harvesting your yeast and washing it well will give you many more quantities of healthy yeast for future beer batches.
To learn all there is to know about brewing would take many years, and would probably involve getting one or more andvanced degrees. Luckily, that isn’t needed to enjoy beer. However, a cursory understanding of what happens in the brewhouse is useful for beer connoisseurs to have, since almost all of the flavors encountered while tasting beer were the result of what happened while it was being brewed.
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