Here’s a short movie of my all grain home brew setup – specifically ‘mashing’, a process where you rinse the grains that have been soaking at around 150 degrees for 30 to 60 min. Here, I’m separating the liquid, that will become my wort, from my spent grains.
I built an all grain home brewing system cause I like to drink.. And drinking is expensive… Unless you can make it yourself!!! Click SHOW MORE to see the list of parts. 2x Stainless Steel 62 qt Pots – http://amzn.to/2eIMAai 3x stainless Weldless Valve – http://amzn.to/2eAn5Vm 2x 12in. False Bottom Tubes – http://amzn.to/2fPnby5 2 x
Beer kits are great, and they provide a way for beginners to make beer without any fancy equipment or knowledge. Some people might be curious about the use of fresh ingredients, but don’t know where to start. This video will help you take a kit to the next step, by combining it with fresh grains
This actually took about 3 weeks and the hardest part was clearing out all the crap in there first! Soon to be a licensed commercial brewery. Check out www.southseabrewing.co.uk for more info. The brewery is a 100L HERMS system based on Kal’s Electric Brewery.
50L ss pot with bottom drop, fitted with an aluminium mesh “bag” for brew in a bag and using slow mechanical stirring, just water for an equipment check.
Roe Sie, from the King’s Roost, shows you how to ferment your own beer at home, using a super fast and easy 2-gallon kit. All you need from your own kitchen is filtered water, a can opener, and a medium-sized sauce pan. Everything else comes with the kit. In a fraction of the time required
In this video I setup and learn how to use a OneBom Counter Pressure Bottle Filler, Stainless Steel 304 Beer Gun for Keg Homebrew bottle filler in a home brew setup.
Something different for this video – I’ll show you to to brew the Mexican Cerveza kit from Coopers. You can make your own beer in your own home with just few basic items you can buy from your local Walmart, Home Depot etc. What’s not to like sipping a delicious beer whilst listening to your
This video shows how to add a little more whizz to your extract kit with some steeped hops. For this beer I use: 1.7kg can Morgans Australian Bitter 1.5kg can Extra Pale Liquid Malt Extract 15grams Saaz hops Cold and hot water And that’s all.
Buy BGN Shirts Here – http://www.beergeeknation.com/store http://facebook.com/beergeeknation Here is the parts list as listed in the video. All of these items were purchased at Lowes. Manufacturer——————–Part#—————-Price Gilmore water shutoff————AS1FFMGF—————-$6.98 Watts swivel hose adapter———-A662——————-$4.96 Gilmore 2 piece QD—————-09QCGF—————–$5.88 Watts tapped hose adapter———A665——————-$3.82 Whirlpool House Filter———–WHCF-DWH—————$20.57 Whirlpool Filter .5 micron——-WHCF-DB1—————-$14.68 Lasco 3/4″ male pvc adapter———————————-$.27 Lasco 3/4″
Things You’ll Need: 5+ gallon pot Sanitizing Solution with spray bottle Brewing cleaner (oxidizing) Long-Stem Thermometer Funnel Long Handled Spoon Cleaning Brushes (straight and L-shaped) Wort-Chiller Water Source (garden hose) Tub larger than your 5+ gallon pot 5 gallon Carboy 6 gallon Carboy Airlock with “cork” Brewing Kit (Brewer’s Best)
The first BIAB brewing system built with exactly what you need to achieve all-grain results with extract simplicity, the Brew-In-A-Bag Starter Kit is the ultimate gateway into exploring advanced brewing methods. Whether you’re looking for a shorter, simpler all-grain brew day or an extract brewer seeking marked improvement in the quality of your beer without