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This episode we're in Aurora, CO living it up with the folks at Dry Dock Brewing Company. Talk about a brewery with a close ties to the homebrewing community - Dry Dock grew out of small homebrew shop to become one of the country's most awarded small breweries. Find out what makes this place so special as BTV rides along for a brew day and Dawson puts our Pro Series beer kits up against Dry Dock's commercial beers. Beware: Epicness ensues. [Original postdate: February 24, 2012] View all the great products and community at Northern Brewer America's #1 Homebrew Supplier. http://www.northernbrewer.com
For part 1 of this video, and other information such as architectural drawings and budget, refer to the BREWHA website: https://brewhaequipment.com/blogs/howtobrewbeer/how-to-successfully-open-your-own-microbrewery In this video, Scott, the owner of 3 Dogs Brewing Co in Metro Vancouver discusses how he converted a 1600sf space in a strip mall (a former wine shop) into a really cool and massively successful microbrewery brewpub. With a lot of his own sweat equity (in installing and rebuilding the space) Scott was able to open his 30BBL brewery for under $200k. Based on projections from the first two months since opening, Scott's return on investment (ROI) will be in under 6 months!! Here's how he did it.
A 3D Animation about the Single Malt Whisky production, english version by Oliver Ende (www.endes-welten.de), Speaker: John Kirby
http://www.billwinters.net/ A scene from the feature film "The Magic of Heineken" that shows the creation, washing, filling and packing of Heineken bottles, and the rejection of those not fit for the world. Special high speed photography up to 2,000 frames per second was used to capture the fine details of the bottleing process. Client: Heineken International Genre: Documentary Directed by: Michael Warren Cinematography by: Bill Winters Production Company: Manifesto NYC
Join Peter Eells Head Brewer of Timothy Taylor's on a tour around the brewery.
Barley to Beer guides us through the story of how beer is made, from the raw ingredients of barley, hops and water to the British pint of Hawkshead ale produced in the Lake District.
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