Month: June 2019

This is a video of me brewing an IPA. Brulosophy’s no sparge mash profile for BeerSmith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58Dh4noZRKA Tasting the IPA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKgmq88ix6I Recipe and process: http://barleyandthehops.com/category/hoppy/american-ipa/ ——————————– Song 1 by b​Xm​Music: https://soundcloud.com/bxmmusic/video-game-metal-tune-it-up-banjo-tooie-remix Song 2: Mulle – Where To Go?! (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: https://youtu.be/0JSIMyRozEY Instagram: @barleyandthehops Twitter:
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Watch the next episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-walkway-mead-wiring Ask This Old House host Kevin O’Connor learns about the centuries-old art of making mead. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: A few hours of work, 1 year of aging Cost: under $100 Tools: Funnel Shopping List: Yeast 2x One-gallon jug 3
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Another English brown ale is kegged, tapped, and ready to drink! Brewed on the Grainfather and fermented under pressure in the new Spike Brewing Flex+ fermenter, this beer turned out great. There were some changes from the original Brother’s Brown recipe including substituting Briess Special Roast for Victory biscuit malt, Challenger hops for Fuggles, and
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Watch my other in-depth overview video on tea + read my write-up on tea: https://www.youbrewkombucha.com/tea If you want to follow my tea tasting adventures, follow @tea_with_ange on Instagram. 0:30 – What does tea quality mean? 2:09 – What quality price range do I use for kombucha? 2:20 – Link to my tea post: https://www.youbrewkombucha.com/tea *
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It’s rumored that Guinness sour a portion of their beer to achieve that unique taste. In this video we brew a Dry Irish Stout and hack the souring process. Ingredients: ———— Amt Name Type 8 lbs Maris Otter (2.9 SRM) Grain 2 lbs Flaked Barley (1.4 SRM) Grain 1 lbs Roasted Barley (558.8 SRM) Grain
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http://www.cellardweller.net/index.php/en/forum/american-ale/212-sierra-nevada-pale-ale-clone-mini-mash-2 Please visit http://www.cellardweller.net/ sign up to the forum and meet other home brewers, there is also a timetable of JTV Brew Casters ALL FREE. Come and talk home brewing on my Justin.TV channel. http://www.justin.tv/gash_slugg Fridays 8pm – 11pm AEST and various other random times. Bubbles and Chalk https://www.facebook.com/otbrewing
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In this video I’m talking about what continuous brew kombucha is. I’ll also explain how I do continuous brew then talk about some of the pro’s and cons. There are 2 ways to make kombucha. Batch brew and continuous brew. Batch brew is where you add all your ingredients then wait 2 weeks for the
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Episode 79 || Dawson presents a truly unique homebrew and recipe he concocted in collaboration with The Growler magazine and actor Erik Stolhanske of Broken Lizard comedy team to celebrate the upcoming release of Super Troopers 2. We’re talking dry hops, lacto kettle souring, fruit in primary and, of course, we’re talking about GLITTER! (Glitter optional,
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Episode 74 | Paul Fowler celebrates a big milestone with a big beer. He’s brewing the historical recipe for Courage Imperial Stout for his Fowler House Batch 100. Join him for the epic brew day and two-month tasting notes. [Original postdate: November 26, 2017] Related Links Courage Imperial Stout Homebrew Recipe – includes Paul Fowler’s
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Here Brewbitz’s Davin shows you how simple it is to make 40 pints of the great Smuggler’s Special Ale by Muntons. This is one of our best selling kits, if you’ve not tried it yet then give it a go, you will not be disappointed! Here’s a link to this beer: https://www.brewbitz.com/b/397-muntons-hand-crafted-smugglers-special-ale-40-pint.html PLEASE NOTE: box
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Read the full write-up here: https://www.youbrewkombucha.com/seasonal-brewing 0:27 – Here’s my video on temperature: https://youtu.be/uVwOfs8kTTg 0:37 – Cold weather 1:30 – Why batches don’t always produce a new SCOBY 2:07 – My video on how to tell when brew is done: https://youtu.be/4UuaM0c-bKU 2:15 – How to help your SCOBY adjust for cold temps 2:53 – Warm
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