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Sapper
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Homebrewing DVD

Post by Sapper » Thu Jul 07, 2005 4:00 pm

I would like to see a homebrewing DVD!
I have read, surfed, and experimented and have become a pretty good brewer.
However. . .
Since my recient transition to all grain brewing I get more uptight that I am not doing things exactly correct. Reading is not the same as observing it being done.
I have gotten good advice from the beertools forum and have surfed the sight for a long time. I would trust a demonstration DVD produced by the beertools folks.

I won't even ask for royalties if you make any money on it :D

Seriously,
I don't think I am alone. Especially for the brewers who are past the beginner stage and are starting to experiment, a DVD with proper techniques at all levels would help us not make new mistakes on top of the bad habits we developed learning on our own.

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Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day!

Post by Push Eject » Mon Nov 14, 2005 6:35 pm

Oh my gosh, I wish I'd seen your post earlier.

The AHA (beertown.org) Teach A Friend To Homebrew Day was last weekend and I'll bet somewhere near you someone was All-Grainin'!

I hosted about 12 people and had 8 new brewers, lots of good food and beer and made a beautiful batch of pilsner.

Check http://beertown.org/homebrewing for more info!

Charlie

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Post by John Jr » Fri Apr 14, 2006 6:19 pm

I bought this one.

http://www.basicbrewing.com/

Its pretty good for a beginner like me. I am moving to all grain this weekend.

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Re: Homebrewing DVD

Post by Push Eject » Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:35 pm

John Jr wrote:I am moving to all grain this weekend.
Good luck, John! You're off into a whole new kind of beer brewing.

Have fun.

Cheers,
Charlie

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