Homebrew beer, the basics of home beer brewing.

Homebrew beer, the basics of home beer brewing.

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The step by step process I use to brew malt extract recipe beer. 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!
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  1. haha the song, where can i get it? lol

  2. 600th sub

  3. Rickus Ferreira

    love the song at the end hahaha

  4. HomeBrewTips.net

    i find liquid malt is better than the ppowered malt as i think it mixes better

  5. Cool video. Trying to learn. What size cornelius container was that? Looks like a 3 gal?

  6. Outstanding video. Learning to #brew is a lot of fun, and I have learned a little from this video. Some say they'd rather just buy their beer, and that's understandable. I just love seeing my family/friends enjoying something that I made. The experience is part of the fun & reward for me anyways. #Cheers

    Thanks again #Jordan for making this video for all of us.

  7. Start by getting a decent audio track…

  8. Andrew Harris

    What if using a primary fermenting bucket with no airlock, but just a lid over the top? The beer kit I purchased came with this. and then a glass carboy for the second fermenting. is it common to have a primary bucket like this?

  9. homebrewman231

    Another way too cool the hot wort is to simply add cold water to it, say you have three gallons of wart, you need to bring the total to 6 gallons anyways so you add 3 gal. Of tap water to get the wort cooled down

  10. SerpentofTaRa J

    Thank you so much! Just finished making the first wort of my life with the help of your well constructed video. I especially like that you provide some scientific information with the instruction. Awesome <(")

  11. Love the use of Psychostick!

  12. ZombieLincoln666

    I liked your video up until you used a chill glass on a dark beer.

  13. You da man…Beer is good yes it is!

  14. Thanks for the tips, sir.

  15. Don't get cheap-ass aluminum ones unless you plan on conditioning the inside metal before you brew with it, which is, in my opinion, more trouble than it's worth.

  16. Restaurant supply store. Any moderate sized city will have at least one, any big city will have several. 5 gallon stainless steel model shouldn't run you more than $20-25. You can get 20-24 quart ones at wally world or target for about the same price, but that extra space is a real blessing.

  17. Where can one purchase a big kettle like that inexpensively?

  18. So the steeping grains is your mash? Did you mill them? Ive never seen it done without a mash tun. But using just a mesh net looks waaaay easier. Im also assuming your grains werent malted since you added malt?

  19. DntBuyTheHype

    This is one of the better how to homebrew videos out there. The only thing I would add is to stress the importance of cleaning and sanitizing all equipment and anything that comes into contact with the beer. The fermentation process is thriving place for bacteria which will ruin your beer.

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