In this series of instructional videos on brewing beer you'll learn how to home brew your own porter beer. Award winning expert brewer Mark Emiley shows you the beer brewing process in easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, from choosing malt, hops and yeast to bottling yo ...more
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In this video series, our expert will show you how to home brew your own pilsner beer. You will learn about the ingredients and supplies required for home brewing beer, as well as step-by-step instructions on the beer brewing process. Learn how to prepare and boil your malts, ...more
In this video series, our expert will show you how to home brew your own blonde beer. You will learn about the ingredients and supplies required for home brewing beer, as well as step-by-step instructions on the beer brewing process. Learn how to prepare and boil your malts, h ...more
Home-brewing and home-bar enthusiasts should check out this how-to video. Don't know how to store that delicious homemade beer? Put it into a keg. Get fresh beer on tap anytime from your keg. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to keg home brew beer. Part 1 of 4 - How to K ...more
Beer connoisseurs unite! In this four-part series of videos, watch as an all-grain beer is homebrewed! Learn how to home brew this beer, step by step with this easy guide. Topics gone over within this four-part series include: Doughing in, mashing, batch sparging and fly sparg ...more
Once you have gottebn your brewed beer into the bottling bucket it is time for the final step--bottling your home brewed beer! This instructional video teaches you how to transfer your home brewed beer into bottles, putting emphasis on proper sanitation. After you have filled ...more
The step by step process that can be used to brew malt extract recipe beer is demonstrated in this how-to video. This is a great video to watch if you're brewing for the first time, or want to know more about how to home brew. Teach everyone what makes a good craft beer! Watch ...more
This how-to video demonstrates a very simple way to aerate your wort after the boil. This method is less expensive then buying an oxygen tank, at the start yeast likes an aerated environment to begin the aerobic process of fermentation. Add oxygen to your wort to reduce the la ...more
Each flavor of sake, the national spirit of Japan, comes with its own fans, not unlike whiskey aficionados here in the States. While sake is often called "rice wine," it is more akin to a malted beverage like beer. Unfortunately, many people's first exposure to sake comes in ...more
This how-to video is a dorky but functional guide to easy all grain homemade beer brewing. Extract brewers, you can do it too! The Denny Conn method of batch sparging is demonstrated step-by-step in this video. Follow along with the home-brewing video series and learn how to m ...more
Become a beer farmer and start saving cash on kegs by making everything yourself! This video teaches you how to bottle and cap your beer after you've brewed it. Bottling and capping your beer is easy, even if you are drunk as a sailor. The most important thing to keep in min ...more
There's something about the month of October that elicits the drinking of beer, and no— it's not because of Oktoberfest, which is a misnomer, because Oktoberfest traditionally ends on the first weekend in October. The chilled autumn weather and colorful Fall season makes beer ...more
You can brew your own beer on the stove, in a keg, or even inside a pumpkin, but those all look boring next to The Wobbly Boot Pico Brewery, the most sophisticated home-brewing system you'll ever see. Built by Ben_B, an engineer at National Instruments, the brewery sits on a s ...more
This is a demonstration of how to make a yeast starter using a flask and stir plate. According to discussions on the forum at northern brewer dot com you can use an air lock without a stir plate but when you DO use a stir plate you should use foil or a dense foam stopper instead.
In this video series, our expert will show you how to home brew your own amber beer. You will learn about the ingredients and supplies required for home brewing beer, as well as step-by-step instructions on the beer brewing process. Learn how to prepare and boil your malt, hop ...more
Learn how to brew homemade beer with your own home brew kit, including instruction on micro-brewery supplies and the brewing process, to craft real ales with expert beer tips in this free home brewing video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Brew homemade ale beer. Brew homemade al ...more
Brew beer at home? But of course! In this free online cooking video about home-brewing beer, you'll learn to make your own Russian Stout Beer with tips from award-winning a brewmaster expert. Part 1 of 25 - How to Brew homemade Russian imperial stout beer. Brew homemade Russia ...more
Brewing homemade beer is cheap, fun and has never been easier than with this instructional video! This tutorial takes you step by step on how to start brewing your very own batch of beer. Taking you through the initial fermentation process, the tutorial teaches how to use your ...more
This series on all grain beer brewing teaches everything needed to know to make homemade beer. Brew different varieties of beers following these recipes and instructions. Learn how to make a home into a micro brewery and enjoy fresh beer whenever! Part 1 of 8 - How to Brew hom ...more
This is a video tutorial on how to homebrew your own Irish Red Ale beer. You will need Northern Brewer hops, Tettnang for aroma, Irish moss, cinnamon, malt, grains, and a mash tun. Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to brew an Irish red ale beer. Part 1 of 2 ...more
How to home brew Scottish beer; learn more about how to make homemade beer in this free instructional video series. Part 1 of 25 - How to Brew homemade Scottish beer. Brew homemade Scottish beer - Part 2 of 25. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Brew homema ...more
Learn how to home brew your own English mild beer with expert tips and advice on ales and lagers in this free beer recipe video series on making your own English mild beer. Homemade beer always tastes better, as long as you don't screw up too bad. Part 1 of 26 - How to Brew a ...more
Instead of purchasing a kettle for homemade beer brewing, learn how to convert a keg for this purpose by watching this instructional video series. Turn your home into a microbrewery. Watch the simple conversion process and make a beer-brewing kettle out of a keg in no time. Pa ...more
This video series covers everything the amateur brewer needs to know about making homemade beer. Part 1 of 13 - How to Brew homemade beer. Brew homemade beer - Part 2 of 13. Click through to watch this video on veoh.com Brew homemade beer - Part 3 of 13. Click through to watch ...more
At their pilot brewery on the lake, Eric McKay and Patrick Murtaugh walk you through the entire process of producing homemade beer in five minutes. You will need four common ingredients: barley,hops, water, and yeast.
Watch these how to video to learn how to brew homemade beer. Its sure to tastes as good as the store bought kind. Our host goes over the basics of what you'll need to start making your own batch of and how to set up your brewery. He also guides you through the simple steps for ...more
The days of moonshine and bathtub gin may be long gone, but you can still brew up a homemade batch of the freshest beer you'll ever taste. After you’ve made the wort and pitched the yeast, it's time for fermentation and bottling. Step 1. Prepare Step 2. Sanitize Step 3. Bo ...more
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Get a recipe and directions for how to homebrew all grain old ale style beer. Learn how to make this homemade beer by following these step by step directions in this beer-making video tutorial, and make a microbrewery anywhere!
Here is an intuitive method of sanitizing your equipment before you start making a home brew. You can use this method for making beer or wine.
Are you a beer connoisseur? Check out this series of five videos that chronicles the homebrewing of an oatmeal stout beer. Within this series, the following topics are touched upon: An introduction to brewing, steeping your specialty grains, and prepping to mix in your malt ex ...more
There is nothing tastier on a hot summer's day than an ice cold beer. Heck, there is nothing tastier on ANY day. If you would like to learn how to make a delicious batch of the good stuff right at home, check out this clip. Carl and Kevin will show you how to make fresh, delic ...more
Did you know that you can brew delicious beer in your own home? Don't let bar tabs get you down. Watch these videos to learn how to brew beer in the comfort of your own kitchen. It's a simple process and you'll definitely enjoy the results! Part 1 of 2 - How to Brew your own b ...more
For some people, the beers that are out on the market can be a bit drab and lack on flavor. It can be expensive when it comes to trying new things, so what's the next best option? Make your own of course! In this tutorial, you'll find out how to brew your own stout beer from y ...more
Brewing beer in your basement using only one method is no fun. Watch this video to get informed on four different ways to brew beer, so if you don't like one way you have other methods to choose from. The methods include: Extract brewing, partial extract brewing, mini-mash br ...more
This is an easy homebrewers project for carbonating beverages in PET bottles with a CO2 regulator setup. You can get all these parts at an auto parts store. This is a clutch thing to use for making beer or cider. This keeps beer fresh!
Easy step by step guide into making your home brew, the best brew! By introducing oxygen into your wort before you begin fermenting it, you can greatly improve the quality and taste of your beer! Don't forget to leave your keys somewhere you can't reach! Skoal!!!
In this video series, our expert Mark Emily will show you how to brew your own black lager, he will tell you about hops and malts, yeast, and Irish moss. Mr. Emily will also teach you about brewing equipment, different styles of beers, recipes, and ingredients, and equipment c ...more
Anyone who watches Futurama knows that Bender loves beer. They even used him to brew it in one episode. Well, you know that saying about how life imitates art? Yeah, this is definitely one of those cases. Meet the 'Beer Brewing Bender,' a home-brewing machine that's got a com ...more
How To : Home Brew Like the Commander-in-Chief: How to Make President Obama's White House Honey Ale and Porter
There's a lot of firsts that President Barack Obama can claim, like being the first POTUS from Hawaii, the first to publicly support same-sex marriage, and of course, the first African American to hold office. One of his coolest firsts, though, is that he's the first American ...more
Step aside, ginger ale; ginger beer is here, and it's delicious. Ginger beer is made by fermenting a combination of ginger simple syrup, yeast, and water, which gives it its robust flavor and sparkling quality. It's extremely simple to make, but you do have to wait a bit for ...more
Due to the dour economy we've all been cutting back on unnecessary expenditures. And unless you're a heavy (or heavily addicted) beer drinker, beer is one of those expenditures that cost a lot for minimal product. Brew your own happy juice by watching this video on how to cra ...more
In this series of instructional videos on brewing beer you'll learn how to home brew your own stout beer. Award winning expert brewer Mark Emiley shows you the beer brewing process in easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, from choosing malt, hops and yeast to bottling you ...more
In this series of instructional videos on brewing beer you'll learn how to home brew your own bock beer. Award winning expert brewer Mark Emiley shows you the beer brewing process in easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, from choosing malt, hops and yeast to bottling your ...more
The best wines will set you back almost as much as a pair of Blahniks on sale, so why not cut expenses and just make your own wine? Watch this beer brewing tutorial to see how to brew hard apple cider which has a wine-like taste. This is how to take some simple apple juice, y ...more
Pineywood Brewery Company in Box Springs, Georgia put together this how-to video to demonstrate the process of making a 41 North pale ale beer. There are three key elements needed to make beer: malted barley, hops, and yeast. Follow this step-by-step video guide that goes thro ...more
Learn how to build an immersion chiller for brewing beer. If you know how to solder, this is the best design I can suggest for making a nice neat and rigid chiller for your homebrewing.
This how-to video provides step by step instructions for making a yeast starter for home-brewing beer. A yeast starter assures a healthy and viable yeast population prior to pitching and also gives a larger yeast population to reduce lag-time in brewing. Watch this video homeb ...more
In order to make starter years, for home brewing beer, you will need the following ingredients and supplies: water, sanitizer, DME, scissors, refractometer, a magnetic stir bar, aluminum foil, yeast, and a funnel. Everything must be sanitzed first. Put water on to boil. Add D ...more
Three smart devices shown at CES 2016 are making it easier for you to make stupid decisions. PicoBrew, Somabar, and 10-Vins demonstrated their systems for beer, mixed cocktails, and wine, respectively, and each one is attempting to change the way we enjoy our favorite potent p ...more
In this home brewing video series, learn how to brew your own India Pale Ale (IPA) beer from home brewing expert Mark Emiley. Mark will teach you a free IPA recipe, and what ingredients and equipment you will need to brew your own beer at home. Part 1 of 25 - How to Make homem ...more
The wait is almost over. The sixth season of Game of Thrones kicks off this Sunday, April 24th at 9 p.m. (PT) on HBO, or at 5:57 p.m. (PT) on HBO GO and HBO NOW, with the first episode "The Red Woman." Video: . Whether you're watching GoT with friends or at home by yourself, i ...more
This instructional video explains how to check for specific gravity in your home brewed batch of beer to see whether or not it is ready to bottle. By placing a sample of your home-brewed beer in a test vial and using a hydrometer, you can check to make sure that your beer is n ...more
It's not just the difference between a half pint and full pint glass. Just like wines and cocktails, the glasses you choose to serve your beer in will affect how it is received. Make sure you pick the best glassware to truly show off your favorite beer or home brew. Serve beer ...more
Fish is a remarkably useful ingredient, whether you eat it as is or use fish sauce to give your recipes extra depth and flavor. However, if you enjoy a glass of Guinness on occasion, you might be surprised to know that there's most likely fish in that beverage, too. Isinglass ...more
Whether your holidays are cause for celebration or exhaustion from over-celebrating, alcohol is more often than not involved in the merrymaking. We at Food Hacks are very fond of enjoying this particular indulgence in lots of different ways. Flavored liquors and liqueurs have ...more
After you have allowed your home made beer to brew and checked that it is ready to bottle, it's time to get going on bottling! This instructional video teaches you how to begin the bottling process by properly cleaning your beer bottles. So watch this video and get ready to bo ...more
Serious Eats' latest Meet and Eat features Todd Barricklow, creator of the Taco Bike, an eco-friendly alternative to the fast growing food truck industry. The 200+ pound bike is equipped with a propane tank, three sectioned griddle, water tank, heat exchanger, wash sink, waste ...more
Beer can be pretty expensive, especially the good stuff. But, with a small investment and time, you could actually brew your own and make it just to your taste! In this great video series you will learn exactly what the process is to making your very own home brew right in you ...more
One of my favorite things about American Chinese food is how easy it is to eat: the pieces are bite-sized, the flavors are addictive, and the meat is always tender and easy to chew. But if you've ever tried to replicate any of your favorite takeout in the kitchen, you've likel ...more