Basic Brewing Video – Hoppy Wheat Beer – December 31, 2010
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Brewing Beer, with Science!
Everyone knows that chemistry and beer go hand in hand, but can you guess what hops, barley, and Louis Pasteur have in common?
Grant Wood, the Senior Brew Master at Boston’s Sam Adams brewery takes us on a quick tour of their world famous facility and gives a chemical explanation of the traditional four vessel beer brewing process. It’s about time all you home brewers out there get up to speed on your chemistry!
[Note: At Sam Adams’ Boston location, the mash tun is used as a substitute for the
brew kettle because of the small size of the brewery.]
This is the first beer i have brewed in almost 3 years!!
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[Original Postdate: December 17, 2010]
Brewing TV embraces December’s sub-freezing temperatures. In this episode, Dawson and Chip (and the brew dogs) brave the cold for an outdoor parti-gyle brew session. The fruits of their labor – a big ol’ American barleywine, a smaller beer Dawson calls an American bitter, and lots of fun. Put on your puffy coat and gloves, grab a pint and think BIG!
“How to Brew” author John Palmer stops by Northern Brewer to brew an all-grain batch of a very special recipe. In our video, Palmer discusses his techniques for adding salts to brew water, mashing, batch sparging (versus fly sparging), chilling and fermentation. It’s a full-blown brew day with one of homebrewing’s most influential people. Grab a pint and enjoy the show.
Original recipe here… note: John Palmer has already tweaked it beyond the original form and it continues to be tweaked, but this is the original recipe from the way-back machine: