How is Beer Made? The Brewing Process

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The Chemistry of Beer Feat. Sam Adams Brewmaster Grant Wood

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.]

Beer Experts Try Cheap Beers

"They've done a good job, stripping out the flavour" Make sure to subscribe to Facts. Facts. on social networks : Twitter : Facebook : Instagram: Snapchat: "factsyoutube" ---------------------------------------------------------- Behind the video : In this video we brought in some beer experts, from brewers to sommeliers to review cheap, non craft style beers. Lets just say they weren't that impressed. Credits : Produced by Creative Nation Music licensed from AudioMicro and Epidemic Sound You can view the contributors that featured in this video at: Facts. is an online brand that creates short and relate-able videos including taste tests, watching TV/ youtubers, gender taboos & more! See the reactions and thoughts from people who are experiencing most topics for the first time. ------------------------------------------------------------ Related Previous Videos : Butchers Taste Test Vegan Food Chefs Taste Test Microwaved Dinners

How Olive Oil Is Made

The process of making olive oil. The differences between the traditional and modern method are also shown - from harvesting to grinding to extracting.

Talk Smart About Beer - Off Duty

What's the difference between Rye and Wheat style beer? Stout versus Porter? Learn to talk smart about your brew with Mark Szmaida, head brewer at Chelsea Brewing Company, as he gives Off Duty host Wendy Bounds a crash course. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit Visit the WSJ Video Center: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Snapchat:

How to make Mead - Viking Blood - Cherry Mead

How to make Mead - Viking Blood - Cherry Mead - Cherry Melomel to be specific, also known as Making Viking Blood, not to be confused with the commercially available Viking's Blod... wholly different thing (I do plan to make my version of Viking Blod though)! Making Cherry Mead, AKA Viking Blood is easy, and quick. This mead gets its name from its appearance, which is very red, and in must form, thick like blood. It's a very old traditional type of mead, or more accurately a Melomel, of honey, cherries, water and yeast. This Viking Blood is not to be confused with Viking Blod, which is a newer recipe, though still 300 or so years old. That one uses hibiscus and hops, this one is cherries and honey. Very different! Join us in our Facebook Group: * Get the yeast here: * Star San: * Cherry (Potato) Masher: * Brewing Bucket with Spigot: * Silicone Spatula: * Slotted Stainless Steel Spoon: * Digital Laser Infrared Thermometer Temperature Gun: * Airlocks! * Hydrometer: * Reverse Osmosis System: When you purchase from one of these links we get a small commission at no extra cost to you! Ingredients List: 1 gallon filtered water 3 pounds frozen (or fresh) mashed cherries 3 pounds clover honey (don't use wildflower, it will overpower it) 1/3 package of Lalvin KIV-1116 yeast Be sure to subscribe to our channel: Check out our Website at: Become a Patron!

Have you ever wondered how beer is actually made? Well check out this video featuring Daniel Kahn of Buckbean brewing company in Reno, NV to learn all about the brewing process including specifics on the importance of many of the elements that go in.

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