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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

The Art of Building a Brewery – 1

Designing and Building your home brewery is as close to art work as it gets.

It incorporates aspects of wood working, plumbing, electrical, crafting, painting, even sewing if doing BIAB (Brew in a Bag). Putting it all together is a true expression of one’s craftsmanship.
For me, it’s time to build a new brewery after 8 years of brewing. 10 or 15 Gallon capability, all Electric, 240v, Capable of doing both BIAB and traditional three Vessel!
This Brewery will have the capability of doing large 10 or 15 gallon BIAB (e-biab) batches with the utilization of a small hoist/crane that is part of the brew bench for fast, simple, excellent brews. It will also be large enough to setup a 3 vessel HERMS or RIMS system to have complete control mash temperatures to achieve consistent results.
Home Brewing is a great hobby – well suited for the artistic/creative handy man.

Go Brew Something! Gabe.

Home Brewing a Java Stout With Joe (Part 6)

This is the final video of a 6 video series showing you how to brew a Java Stout from the Midwest Supplies Peace Java Stout kit. In this video, we bottle our beer with the siphon tubing and bottle filler, cap the filled beer bottles, and talk a little bit about the coming wait until the beer is ready to drink…

Home Brewing a Java Stout With Joe (Part 3)

This is the third video of a 6 video series showing you how to brew a Java Stout from the Midwest Supplies Peace Java Stout kit. In this video, we take a hydrometer reading to determine the starting gravity, pitch the yeast, and install the airlock into the primary fermenter. We then jump ahead through space and time, 5 days into the future, right after the primary fermentation has completed it's most vigorous fermentation. We then grind and brew the coffee beans that came with the kit in a French Press and get it ready to put into the secondary fermenter.

Home Brewing a Java Stout With Joe (Part 5)

This is the fifth video of a 6 video series showing you how to brew a Java Stout from the Midwest Supplies Peace Java Stout kit. In this video, we leap forward several weeks and we give the beer a little taste test. We then take the hydrometer reading for the final gravity, prepare the priming sugar solution, sanitize all the glass bottles, and start racking the beer into the bottling bucket and add the priming sugar to the swirling mixture.

Home Brewing a Java Stout With Joe (Part 4)

This is the fourth video of a 6 video series showing you how to brew a Java Stout from the Midwest Supplies Peace Java Stout kit. In this video, we finish up brewing the coffee and get it into the secondary fermenter (carboy) and rack the beer out of the primary fermenter with an Auto-Syphon. We then put the airlock into the rubber bung and set the carboy in its final fermenting place.

Simple Home Brew – English Bitter

I realise this video will reach a wider audience then my usual viewers so this is my simple method for 'brewing' a simple kit-n-kilo, pre-hopped liquid malt extract beer. I'm not a hardcore brewer, my hobby is wargaming, not brewing beer. Perhaps together we can further explore the brewing of this fine amber liquid together.

How to Brew: IPA (Piney)

Real Simple Brewer

Host – Shane English – @shanefilm

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

Technical Editor – Marshall
http://www.brulosophy.com/

Sample Beer From Beachwood Brewing
http://beachwoodbbq.com/brewery.html

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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

Home Brewing an American Light 20 Min. Kit with Joe (Part 4)

This is the final video of a 4 part series showing you how to brew the American Light 20 minute boil kit from Midwest Supplies. This is a very easy and quick brew to make and yields a light bodied beer with a very delicate hop bite and aroma. In this video, we sanitize the bottling bucket with Iodophor, measure out the priming sugar (5oz or 3/4 cup), make the priming solution, sanitize the beer bottles, rack the beer into the bottling bucket with an autosiphon, prime the batch, bottle the beer, and cap our brew!