Learn How To Brew Beer At Home In 5 Easy Steps
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Do you love Craft Beer? Do you like to cook? Master How To Brew Beer At Home In 5 Easy Steps.
We go over all of the basics and even little tips and tricks to make your brew day a huge success!
Brewing beer dates back to the 5th century BC. It's the most consumed beverage in the world today. Home brewing has also come a long way. Since it became legal in 1978, the quality of ingredients have become so good that anyone with no prior brewing experience can make outstanding beer right on their stove top! We start you at the very beginning and step you through the easy to understand process of brewing in your kitchen with basic equipment.
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|Section 1: Introduction And Objectives|
What You Will Learn In This Course
|Section 2: What's In Beer|
Water - The Foundation of Great Beer
Grain - The Backbone Of Beer
Hops - The Flavor And Stability Agent
Yeast - The Magical Microorganism That Creates Alcohol
|Quiz 1||4 questions|
Test your new skills on the ingredients of beer!
|Section 3: Pro Brewing Tips|
Different Types of Brewing Techniques: Extract vs All-Grain
The Importance of Cleaning and Sanitation
Proper Fermentaion Temperature
|Section 4: Equipment|
The Brew Kettle: Your little stovetop brewhouse
The Beer Bucket: The dual purpose fermenting vessel and bottling bucket
The Carboy: See your fermenting beer in action
The Hydrometer: It's all about the gravity
Bottling Equipment: The filler and capper
|Quiz 2||5 questions|
Test Your Skill On Brewing Equipment
|Section 5: What You'll Need For Your First Brewday|
The Beginners Brewhouse
|Section 6: Brewday|
Heating Water And Steeping Sprecialty Grains
Mixing In Malt Extract And Adding Specialty Grains
The Boil And Hop Additions
Cooling Your Wort And Transferring It To The Fermenter
Taking A Gravity Reading And Pitching Yeast
End Of Brewday Cleaning
|Section 7: Bottling Day|
Overview Of Bottling Day
Preparing And Adding Priming Sugar
Transfer from Fermenter To Bottling Bucket
Transfer From Bottling Bucket To Bottles
|Section 8: Bottle Opening Day!|
Let's Open A Bottle Of The Beer We Brewed Together
Final Comments And Next Course
Hello, my name is Adam Ward and I've lived in Los Angeles, California for the past 30 years. I've been an entrepreneur for the past 18 years and have become an expert in the craft of home brewing. Once I tried my first home brewed beer, I was hooked. I quickly moved from stove-top extract brewing to advanced all grain brewing. I've studied the science and the chemistry behind brewing and I love sharing what I've learned with others. I've brewed many different styles with excellent results and experimented with many different ingredients. Brewing is an art as much as it is a science. I've taught several beginning home brewers to step up to advanced brewing and I welcome any questions you may have if something isn't clear. I want you to get the most out of each course and interaction is the best way to learn. Together we both win and you'll learn how to brew!