How to Brew Your Own Craft Beer mike | June 12, 2016 | Video Blog | 19 Comments Brewing your own beer is simple and delicious – learn how to do it yourself Best Picks For You Tags:Beer, Brew, Craft Related Posts Gluten Free Beer Home Brewing Part 1 of 3 24 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 Using Science to Make Better Beer 21 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 Beer Brewing Q&A with John Palmer and Randy Mosher – BeerSmith Podcast #100 7 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 CBR Gluten Free Home Brew 20 Comments | Jun 12, 2016 19 Comments Fuark m8 June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply This is a very informative video. Thanks bucknatty June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Awesome video! About to brew my first batch. This got me pumped up! John Murphy June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Thank you very entertaining incomplete can't wait to start my first batch echopiece79 June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Living in a warmer part of the country, how do you recommend one keeping the fermentation process at a constant 70 degrees? My house runs warm. Are those beer carboy cooler jackets just a gimmick or worth the money? Roberto Ruiz June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply I've been brewing mead for about two years but just started brewing beer. This video is great! Thanks for making it. theSollundForYou June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply I really want to do this, but I'm only 16 :( FreethinkingSecularist June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Thank you so much! This was the best on this subject I have watched. Strat Beer June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Great simple recipe 4 the new home brewer.Cheers Brother joesl8 June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Great vid, very broken down for dumb noobs like moi, all grain brew day should include a sparge tho. Where are you from anyway Otis? New York or Jersey? Accent cracks me up, reminds me of people I served with in Jersey. Marauder623 June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply i found that the best way to save money is to get equipment off of family members. if they have the stuff, that is. drykill8 June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply I've been home brewing for about a year and a half now, bottling the whole time….now you've convinced me to lean towards kegging…I'll miss my different colored bottle caps and corn sugar Devon Asher June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply What about well water? Jonathan Small June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Otis, can I use artificial enzymes on unmalted barley? In one video I saw a person using alpha-amylase and gluco-amylase in corn to convert the starch to sugar. I am just wondering whether I can do the same with barley so that I can skip the germination and drying process. Please let me know :) justin panico June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Hey man, great video. I brewed a batch a few years ago then got busy with family life. Now with three daughters i need a hobby. I will post when my first batch is done. Maggies Corner June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Great information and thank you for the links too! Otis Bradley June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Hi Maggie – yes its safe – use purified water good luck Maggie Mae June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply is it safe to add the extra purified water to the wort, even though it hasn't been boiled? Thanks for the video, very informative! Nick Burke June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply This was awesome thanks man! Exactly what I was after, info from the raw ingredients right the way through! NZ BEER BABE June 12, 2016 Log in to Reply Well done mate! Have a look at new zealand loves craft beer https://m.youtube.com/#/channel/UCNNzLNUMp0DOSBDNF1o2Q3Q Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.