How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

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How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Monkeybrew » Mon May 12, 2014 1:30 pm

[youtube]http://m.youtube.com/results?q=copper%2 ... ewing&sm=3[/youtube]

EDIT by Jim: so the correct code is

Code: Select all

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iQefnKHvxs[/youtube]
Which is how I inserted the video below.



I found this video really clear and helpful on my journey in understanding the All Grain brewing process.

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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Monkeybrew » Mon May 12, 2014 1:32 pm

Looks like I need to find a video that shows me how to post the video properly!

#-o
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AG#42 - Heritage Double Ale - 10.5%

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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Deebee » Mon May 12, 2014 2:40 pm

Was there an error there-

Mashing higher gives you a sweeter beer does it not.... he said the opposite... now i am worried......
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Post by banksy » Mon May 12, 2014 3:09 pm

Monkeybrew wrote:Looks like I need to find a video that shows me how to post the video properly!

#-o
all you should need is the youtube video ID, the part after 'v=' in the video web address (that video ID is 3iQefnKHvxs) between the [youtube][/youtube] tags, but it doesn't appear to work on here, for example: [youtube]3iQefnKHvxs[/youtube]

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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Monkeybrew » Mon May 12, 2014 3:46 pm

Deebee wrote:Was there an error there-

Mashing higher gives you a sweeter beer does it not.... he said the opposite... now i am worried......
He does correct himself with a caption on screen later on.
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Conditioning:
AG#41 - Vienna Lager - 5.6%
AG#42 - Heritage Double Ale - 10.5%

On Tap:
AG#44 - Harvest ESB - 5.4%
AG#45 - Amarillo Gold APA - 5.2%

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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Jim » Mon May 12, 2014 3:48 pm

You need to copy the full URL of the playing video from the address bar of your browser. If you put search results URL as per above it won't work. I've corrected your post and put an explanation MB. :)

I thought that would make it easier for most people than having to strip out the video ID.
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Post by banksy » Mon May 12, 2014 4:32 pm

Jim wrote:You need to copy the full URL of the playing video from the address bar of your browser. If you put search results URL as per above it won't work. I've corrected your post and put an explanation MB. :)

I thought that would make it easier for most people than having to strip out the video ID.
Thanks for that clarification Jim, I used to the 'other' method ;)

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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Monkeybrew » Mon May 12, 2014 6:51 pm

Cheers Jim

I copied and pasted the link from my smart phone browser, so don't know if that complicated things?

Thanks

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Conditioning:
AG#41 - Vienna Lager - 5.6%
AG#42 - Heritage Double Ale - 10.5%

On Tap:
AG#44 - Harvest ESB - 5.4%
AG#45 - Amarillo Gold APA - 5.2%

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Post by Jim » Mon May 12, 2014 6:52 pm

Monkeybrew wrote:Cheers Jim

I copied and pasted the link from my smart phone browser, so don't know if that complicated things?

Thanks

MB
Should still have worked if it was the URL of the actual video - yours was a search URL.

(NOTE: I edited my reply after a moment's thought in case you read the original)
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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Monkeybrew » Mon May 12, 2014 6:54 pm

Jim wrote:
Monkeybrew wrote:Cheers Jim

I copied and pasted the link from my smart phone browser, so don't know if that complicated things?

Thanks

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Should still have worked if it was the URL of the actual video - yours was a search URL.
Now I feel better about the whole situation :-)
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Conditioning:
AG#41 - Vienna Lager - 5.6%
AG#42 - Heritage Double Ale - 10.5%

On Tap:
AG#44 - Harvest ESB - 5.4%
AG#45 - Amarillo Gold APA - 5.2%

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Post by Vysie » Mon Mar 09, 2015 8:10 pm

Just want to say a big thank you for this video answers a lot I needed to no and ask about brewing AG time to build now

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Post by Cully » Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:59 am

+1 Thats the setup I am building, albeit without the pump. He is a very helpful bloke to talk to on the phone too.
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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by orlando » Tue Mar 10, 2015 7:59 am

Deebee wrote:Was there an error there-

Mashing higher gives you a sweeter beer does it not.... he said the opposite... now i am worried......
I pointed this out once before. I'm sure it was a genuine mistake though, on balance it shows the basics.
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Re: How to brew all grain beer - Tips, Timings and Equipment

Post by Grumpydev » Tue Mar 10, 2015 8:10 am

orlando wrote:I pointed this out once before. I'm sure it was a genuine mistake though, on balance it shows the basics.
The fact he says "I mash higher because I like a more dry beer" suggests a misunderstanding on his part rather than simply mis-speaking, but nobody knows everything and it's a good video on the basics - I'm not convinced the 1 degree he is speaking about really makes any difference anyway.

He also seems to says low flow rate through the immersion chiller speeds up cooling, which is also backwards.

Good video for making AG seem less scary though =D>

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Post by Cully » Tue Mar 10, 2015 9:22 pm

It's made me take the leap.
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