Month: October 2019

[embedded content] A homebrew hard apple cider made using cheap store bought Apple Juice and Vintners SN9 Yeast, no sugars were added to this brew. My idea was to make a very basic affordable cider using cheap juice and wine/cider yeast. We will start at the basics and gradually brew more expensive tastier types of
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[embedded content] Sharing how I’ve installed a hand pull at home to serve home brewed cask type beer without the risk of oxidisation when using a traditional cask. Please see the list of fittings below – other suppliers are available, of course! Vitop Connector = https://www.vigoltd.com/Catalogue/Fittings/Vitop-connector-for-bag-in-box-7973220L Bags = https://www.vigoltd.com/Catalogue/Bag-in-boxes/20-litre-bag-pack-of-10-976483/8 Beer Line = https://www.brewuk.co.uk/3-8-beer-line.htmlCheck Valve =
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[embedded content] When you think of Oktoberfest – at least here in the US – you think of beer with an amber color. But the most popular festival beer in Germany is, fittingly the lighter and easier to drink Festbier. Recipe:9 lbs 8.0 oz Pilsner; German1 lbs 8.0 oz Munich Type I8.0 oz Victory Malt1.50
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[embedded content] It is a point of fact that many homebrewers are oxidising their beers without realising it because they drink them before the full onset of staleness takes hold.Much better tasting beers can be enjoyed from the start by using techniques that either reduce or fully remove oxygen.This video looks at this effect and
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[embedded content] Torpedo Keg Kit: https://www.morebeer.com/products/torpedo-homebrew-kegging-kit.html?a_aid=wine20 Torpedo Kegs: https://www.morebeer.com/products/torpedo-ball-lock-kegs.html?a_aid=wine20 My Wine Making Website: www.smartwinemaking.com In this video, I am reviewing the torpedo keg kit from morebeer.com. One thing I love about this kit is the availability of smaller sized kegs for better portability. The kegs are offered in 1.5 gallons, 2.5 gallons, and 5 gallons.
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[embedded content] NEIPA RECIPE Batch Size: 21L/ 5.54 US Liquid gallonsEfficiency: 75.00 %Est Mash Efficiency: 83.9 %Est Original Gravity: 1.073 SGEst Final Gravity: 1.020 SGEstimated Alcohol by Vol: 7.0 %Bitterness: 45.5 IBUsEst Color: 11.0 EBCBoil time 30 Minutes Mash schedule:- Mash in @65 deg c /149 deg fFor 60 minutes Mash out @75 deg c /167 deg fFor 10 minutes FERMENTABLES Pilsner Malt4.89kg
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[embedded content] View full brewing video library at https://learn.beerandbrewing.com/catalog Join former Three Four Beer Company, Odell, and Horse & Dragon brewer Linsey Cornish as she walks you through everything you need to know to design and brew great stouts. In this video she covers:– History of Stouts– The Different Types of Stouts– Selecting Your Malts–
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[embedded content] London Porter Recipe Calculations by Brewfather Recipe link:- https://share.brewfather.app/0vBX2AHJQBxaBo Type: All GrainABV: 5.3%IBU : 33 (Tinseth)BU:GU: 0.61Colour : 56 EBCCarbonation : 2.0 – 2.4 CO2-volPre-Boil Gravity : 1.048Original Gravity : 1.054Final Gravity : 1.014 Batch Size : 21 L / 5.54 US LIQUID GALLONSBoil Time : 60 minBrewhouse Efficiency: 72%Mash Efficiency : 75.4%
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[embedded content] Brew System: https://www.clawhammersupply.com/collections/all-products/products/digital-electric-120v-homebrew-beer-systemFull Recipe: https://www.clawhammersupply.com/blogs/moonshine-still-blog/how-to-brew-gose-beer-white-pepper-lime-and-melon-homebrew-recipe We’ve got a weird beer for you here, but if you’re into sour beers this one will not disappoint. It’s a melon Gose. If you’re not familiar, Gose (prodounced go-zah) is a sour beer, which originated in Germany. Our goal was to create a unique and complex beer
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