Equipment

In this flavored moonshine video, we show you how to make the best aged peach pie moonshine. This recipe has been used for years by us at Clawhammer Supply and it’s the absolute best way to make moonshine with a sweet peach pie flavor. For this recipe we’re using Ole Smoky White Lightnin’ moonshine which
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It’s been a while but here it is, the final tasting of the Juicy Pale Ale. This was made to be a sessionable, easy-drinking beer and it didn’t disappoint. Check out the brew day video for the recipe. ————————————————————————————————————- You can follow me in between videos @ https://www.facebook.com/HomebrewChris/ https://www.instagram.com/homebrewchris/ https://twitter.com/homebrewchris Check out my Instagram photography
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Town Hall Brewery Pro Series Beer Kit. Bronze Medal Winner, 2002 and 2004 Great American Beer Festival, Gold Medal Winner, 2011 Great American Beer Festival. “Our interpretation of the classic ale that originated in Glasgow, Scotland. A full-bodied ale, rich in malt complexity. Brewed with both English and American barley and many, many specialty malts
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Mango Habanero IPA. Trying out an India Pale Ale with Mosaic Mango NEIPA Grain To Glass and Bottle VS Kegged video: Want to send beer mail for review? Contact me on: drhansbrewery@gmail.com More content on my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/DrHansBrewCrew ********************************* Things I use for Beer and Brewing* Spiegelau IPA Glass: https://amzn.to/2KuspKI Butterfly knife style bottle
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It’s time to ramp up the gravity, brew a strong Belgian ale, and age it with oak chips. Here’s how we got on. Recipe for 5 gallons: 15.5 lbs 2-Row Belgian Pale Malt 20 oz Aromatic Malt 5 oz Caramel 20 5 oz CaraMunich II 5 oz Special B 1 lb Candi Sugar Mash: 148F
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In this video we show you how to make a yeast starter for homebrewing. If you’re buying dry yeast, you usually don’t need to make a yeast starter because you’ll have a lot of viable yeast cells. Liquid yeast is more common and has less yeast cells, so you’ll sometimes have to buy more yeast
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For more information go to http://homedistiller.org. By far the best source for information on everything about home distilling. If you have any questions on my process or just want to express your thoughts (please make them constructive) about the video, please leave a comment. Thanks and happy Shining!!!
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UPDATED RANKING ►► https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-distillation-kits Disclaimer: These choices may be out of date. You need to go to wiki.ezvid.com to see the most recent updates to the list. Our complete review, including our selection for the year’s best distillation kit, is exclusively available on Ezvid Wiki. Distillation kits included in this wiki include the laboy hmk22
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In this episode we taste the Christmas Ale that we brewed on our Clawhammer Brewing System. We tried to mimic the Great Lakes Christmas Ale for this beer and used the same ingredients. We named this beer “Major Award” as a homage to A Christmas Story, our favorite Christmas movie here at Clawhammer. This beer
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In this tutorial video, we show you how to clean fittings and tap lines that are used for serving beer at home using a very quick method. Clean and sterile equipment is essential to making and serving good homebrew beer. If you ever leave a picnic tap line sitting around with beer in it, follow
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PATREON – http://www.patreon.com/thehomebrewnetwork T-Shirts and More – https://shop.spreadshirt.com/home-brew-network Kegland – https://bit.ly/Kegland Hop Missile – https://bit.ly/HopMissileNew 12mm Silicone Hose – https://bit.ly/12mmSiliHoseN Kegland Salts – https://bit.ly/KLSaltsN Beer Gun Bottle Filler – https://bit.ly/BeerGunBottleFiller O2 Aeration Wand – https://bit.ly/O2WandN Carbonation Cap Tee Piece – https://bit.ly/2CarbCapTee Lallemand yeast – https://bit.ly/LalbrewYeast Stainless Brew Bucket – https://bit.ly/StainlessBrewBucket Bucket Blaster – https://bit.ly/BBlasterN Flexi
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We had a great time chatting to head brewer, and owner of Silver Bark Brewery, Anthony. We spoke about his extensive homebrewing history, his backyard brewery, the trials and tribulations of running such an operation, and the inspiration for undertaking such an amazing project. We spoke about Silver Bark Brewery’s past, some of the challenges
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Brewing an American IPA on a Blichmann BrewEasy system. Grain bill (brews 11G): 24 lbs 12.7 oz 2-row American Pale Malt (1.9 SRM) 1 lbs 13.9 oz Caramel 20 (20.0 SRM) 1 lbs 9.9 oz Carapils® (1.5 SRM) 1 lbs 6.4 oz Caramunich® I (40.6 SRM) 8.6 oz Torrified Wheat; Soft Red (1.5 SRM) Hop
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