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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
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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)
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**Open to residents in the Continental US only** To enter the giveaway visit: www.shortcircuitedbrewers.com/giveaway OVER $150.00 in value!! 1. Deluxe Homebrew Kit MSRP ($129.00) 2. The hops list book MSRP($24.99) 3 Short Circuited Sticker MSRP($5.00) Kit: https://www.morebeer.com/products/deluxe-homebrew-starter-kit.html?a_aid=shrtcrct GOOD LUCK!! Drawing is for: MoreBeer Deluxe Homebrew Starter Kit, “The Hops List” Book and Short Circuited Brewers
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I’m making 1 gallon of beer using only normal kitchen utensils and equipment and ingredients supplied with the Brooklyn Brewshop Brewdog Punk IPA kit. I stuck to the recipe and the result was incredible, however, with a few tweaks such as dry hopping I think it could be even better. Although expensive to buy initially,
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In this video I’m brewing a one gallon batch of homebrew with the American Pale Ale 1 gallon brew kit from Craft-A-Brew. This is home brewing from start to finish. The second part of this video covers how to bottle. This was actually pretty easy to make and took around 2 hours start to finish.
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Hey home brewers, Its that time of year when having a beer in the sun just seems like a must. So I’m making a cheeky 40 pints. unlike a last cheap kit i brought I got a light larger kit which needs some improvement. So you buy the kit, then you buy the spray malt
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