Homebrewing for Beginners | All Grain Brew in A Bag | BIAB Brewing

Homebrew Beer for Beginners
This tutorial video shows you how to make beer with a single kettle. This process is also known as brew in a bag or BIAB and it’s mostly the same as brewing with a traditional 3 kettle brewing system. The main difference is when brewing in a bag the mash takes place as a single infusion and there is no sparge.

The brewing system featured in this tutorial is Clawhammer Supply’s 10.5 gallon digital electric system. When using this system to brew beer at home, there’s really only 15 steps you have to follow before you have a finished beer to drink and share with friends. Check out the resources below to shop for brewing equipment, read an article about this process, and read an article with ten steps to step up your homebrewing game.

Full Article: https://goo.gl/RntpXq
Brew System: https://goo.gl/kkT2Kk
10 Ways To Step Up Your Homebrew Game: https://www.outsideonline.com/2087146/10-beer-master-approved-tips-stepping-your-home-brewing-game

Here’s a quick tutorial on brewing beer using a single kettle, electric, brew in a bag “BIAB” brewing system.

Step 1: Create a recipe (https://goo.gl/aMz8kd)
Step 2: Fill a kettle with water
Step 3: Heat water to strike temp
Step 4: Grind grains
Step 5: Insert the grain basket and add grains to kettle
Step 6: Circulate wort through the grain bed and mash (60mins)
Step 7: Remove grains and allow them to drain (10 mins)
Step 8: Heat kettle to a boil (crack the lid once boil begins)
Step 9: Add hops while boiling (60-90 mins)
Step 10: Chill to 70F with a flat plate heat exchanger
Step 11: Transfer to fermentation bucket
Step 12: Aerate and add yeast
Step 13: Take final gravity
Step 14: Allow ample time to ferment (7-10 days for ales)
Step 15: Carbonate and drink!

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0:00 – 0:04 Intro
0:04 – 0:11 Create a recipe (https://goo.gl/aMz8kd)
0:11 – 0:15 Fill a kettle with water

0:15 – 0:21 Heat water to strike temp
0:21 – 0:28 Grind grains
0:28 – 0:38 Insert the grain basket and add grains to kettle
0:38 – 0:44 Circulate wort through the grain bed and mash (60mins)
0:44 – 0:59 Remove grains and allow them to drain (10 mins)
0:59 – 1:14 Heat kettle to a boil (crack the lid once boil begins)
1:14 – 1:20 Add hops while boiling (60-90 mins)
1:20 – 1:26 Chill wort to 70F with a flat plate heat exchanger
1:26 – 1:35 Transfer wort to a fermenter
1:35 – 1:42 Aerate and add yeast
1:42 – 1:46 Allow ample time to ferment (7-10 days for ales)
1:46 – 1:55 Carbonate and drink!

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