The Beginner’s Guide to Making Home Brew

In this episode, veteran beer-making instructor Jeremy Frey, from F. H. Steinbart Company, one of the oldest home beer supply houses in the country, shows us how to make a batch of home-made…

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  1. Dino Jeroncic says:

    @Food Farmer Earth where can i get this brew kit?
    Here in croatia we dont have local brew shops only factories and how much
    would it cost
    (A simple brewing kit with hops,malt not those other expensive things
    because i want to make small ammount of beer for my folks and me) thanks :)

  2. Josh Miller says:

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  3. Jonathan Small says:

    I don’t understand it. If we are extracting the flavours and colours from
    the malted grains, then what is the need for the liquid malt extract?

  4. Smoke says:

    I think I just found a new hobby.

  5. Kev O. says:

    Is home brewing cheaper?

  6. Marnstradomus says:

    can u use baking soda water to sanitize the 5 gal jug?

  7. anthony kirsch says:

    Looks a bit dark for my liking do they have other kits available per say
    like a blue moon or a hard cider kit

  8. Cipher Veri says:

    I’ve been interested in brewing for a while now, But didn’t know where to
    start as an ultra novice, this seems like the perfect exercise to get
    myself going towards the right path, thanks so much for taking the time to
    make this video!

  9. Kieran Huscroft says:

    Great video. Thank you very much

  10. Jake S says:

    Good video. You should warm the barley syrup by placing it in hot water
    before you pour it. It comes out much easier then.

  11. Pinsara Samarasekara says:

    What is moul extract? And where we can find it? Is there any alternative

  12. Dan Webster says:
  13. Robert Shakespeare says:

    Really enjoyed the video. Got my kit coming in the post tomorrow so can’t
    wait to get started!

  14. Hernan Lezcano Tasso says:

    nice vid, I dont like that the amount of ingredients has not been said, and
    that you just seem to put everything there, stirs a while and you got
    yourself your a beer.
    There is a thing i don’t understand, how does the sanitiser works, because
    it looks like soap foam and you do not clean it before you put it in the
    beer (sorry for bad english)

  15. Alex Berns says:

    Great video. Really informative & easy to follow. Thank you so much!

  16. sanjay Goswami says:

    Thanks for posting it was really cool trick …. one question is in my
    mind.. how do you determine the alcohol contents in your beer?

  17. gwynne m says:

    Try to put the jar of malt extract in some warm water to make it come out
    easier before you put it in the wort. 

  18. frank mitchell says:

    your cool bro thanks a lot i would like to make my own brew one day and
    shit on bud or mexican comps and get up with canada.

  19. Juan Pena says:

    Great video!! Thank you!

  20. Georgia Crawley says:

    the malt extra, is it basically a giant tub of marmite? 

  21. Richard Wood says:

    Really? people are that dumb they watch this?

  22. Ade Larsen says:

    I don’t want sanitizer in my beer thanks.

  23. Seth M says:

    Answer please, why siphon beer to liquid sugar than just stir it in?

  24. tarethsmen says:

    this is one of the sloppiest videos I’ve seen, you dumped half your yeast
    when you opened it, hardly talked about sanitizing, id be shocked if
    everyone didn’t bottle vinegar after following this and you showed a
    completely different brew after the fermentation probably cause it was
    vinegar! If anyone is watching this please look into the details more
    before you waste a perfectly good batch of beer.

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