There's something about the month of October that elicits the drinking of beer, and no— it's not because of Oktoberfest, which is a misnomer, because Oktoberfest traditionally ends on the first weekend in October.
Here it is, the first 15 methods courtesy of WonderHowTo, plus 1001 and counting from Stefan Lampert's blog solely dedicated to the subject. Stefan's blog is in German, so English speakers should click on Google Translator in the upper left corner.
Make your own beer bong at home. All you need to make this beer accessory for your party is a three straws and of course your favorite beer. Its a great to shotgun a beer in seconds
Beer has so many traits and flavors that you might have to taste a lot of it to see what you like. Oh darn.
There is no one true way to mix a Chelada, but anything that approximates a Bloody Mary with beer is the way to make it. Some keep it as simple as beer and Clamato, but the recipe in this how-to video is tastier. You will need dashes of Tabasco, Chipotle, and Worcestershire sauce to taste, V8 tomato juice, and beer. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Chelada Bloody Mary-esque beer cocktail.
Here is a great idea for parties. This beer how-to video shows you how to create beer cooling ice cups with plastic cups. To keep your beer cold and make these ice cups you will need: plastic cups, water, and a heavy glass.
Learn how to chug beer in the wild like a true outdoorsman. Of course, this trick should amaze anyone, anywhere so try it next time you're out with friends.
Learn how to make a beer bottle filler. You don't need a beergun or counterpressure bottle filler to send a few bottles of homebrew to your friends.
Need to know how to open a beer bottle with another beer bottle? We thought so. It's pretty easy. Leverage the bottle cap with the cap edge of the other beer. This will lead you to consume too much beer. Beware. The Irish handcuffs will disable you.
The use of a sparge arm in all grain brewing makes it easier to "wash" the grains of their sugars. Watch this how to video to learn how to use one.
In this home brewing video series, learn how to brew your own India Pale Ale (IPA) beer from home brewing expert Mark Emiley. Mark will teach you a free IPA recipe, and what ingredients and equipment you will need to brew your own beer at home.
Pouring a Guinness is not like pouring any old beer. Learn how to do it like a real Irishman. You will need Guinness Stout and a 20 ounce tulip pint glass. Did you know? According to Guinness brewmaster Fergal Murray, the perfect Guinness pour should take 119.5 seconds.
This series on all grain beer brewing teaches everything needed to know to make homemade beer. Brew different varieties of beers following these recipes and instructions. Learn how to make a home into a micro brewery and enjoy fresh beer whenever!
The people from watchmojo.com teach you how to pour the perfect pint of beer from a draft tap.
Having a problem keeping your beer cold? Ditch the regular fridge and use a kegerator! And don't buy an overpriced piece of junk -- make on yourself, right out of your old fridge. A kegerator is a modified refrigerator that keeps a keg of beer cool while dispensing the beer on tap. You can easily turn a refurbished refrigerator into a personal kegerator.
Getting weird looks from the other dudes at the bar? Maybe because you're ordering a sex on the beach like the other women. Spit out that tropical drink or wine spritzer and throw away your stemware. It's time to put some hair on your chest, hoss.
Magnolia Pub & Brewery owner Dave McLean handcrafts beers using carefully sourced ingredients. He also pours a beautiful pint. Employ his simple tips, and you'll get the perfect head every time. Learn to pour beer properly so you can enjoy the aromatics and everything elese a good beer has to offer.
This how-to video provides step by step instructions for making a yeast starter for home-brewing beer. A yeast starter assures a healthy and viable yeast population prior to pitching and also gives a larger yeast population to reduce lag-time in brewing. Watch this video homebrew tutorial and learn how to make a yeast starter beer at home.
Easy step by step guide into making your home brew, the best brew! By introducing oxygen into your wort before you begin fermenting it, you can greatly improve the quality and taste of your beer! Don't forget to leave your keys somewhere you can't reach! Skoal!!!
This is a video tutorial on how to homebrew your own Irish Red Ale beer. You will need Northern Brewer hops, Tettnang for aroma, Irish moss, cinnamon, malt, grains, and a mash tun. Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to brew an Irish red ale beer.
Watch this video to learn nine ways of opening beer with a bottle opener. This is key as it is all too easy to lose an opener in the heat of a party. Open beer without an opener.
If you've ever reached for a cold beer and found none. This video will help you get your beer cold in 20 seconds. Get your beer cold in 20 seconds.
Learn how to make a Baby Guinness or "Little Beer" in this video. While a Baby Guinness is in no way beer, it does look like a small pint of Guinness. First you almost fill up a shot glass with Khalua. Then you fill the rest with Baileys and the resemblance to Guinness is startling.
Are you looking for a nice, tasty beer? Stella Artois is a global lager first brewed in Leuven, Belgium in 1926. It is one of the world's best-selling beers and is enjoyed in more than 80 countries. Its full, characteristic flavor and high quality is assured through a superior brewing process and by using the finest ingredients available. In this video clip, learn how to serve the perfect Stella Artois Beer.
There are many, many ways to open a beer. You can use a piece of paper, a water bottle, or, if you're feeling tough, you can even use your forearm. But why do that when you can make your own bottle opener for nothing?
Think you can pour your favorite cold one in any old glass? Think again. Watch as a seasoned pro shows you the proper way to pour various beers. Pouring Beer - How to Properly Pour Beer in a Glass Video.
Nothing ruins beer like hot sunshine, but nothing makes a summer beach trip better than drinking an ice cold beer. You don't need to bring a fridge for keeping your alcohol cold - just use science! Pack a cooler with ice and rock salt to keep your favorite beverage perfectly chilled for your next picnic.
This beer how-to video is important on the off chance that you have a beer to open but a bottle opener is not around and a carabiner is. Daniel Duane opens a bottle of beer with a piece of rock-climbing equipment. Follow along and learn how easy it is to open a beer bottle with an makeshift beer bottle opener.
In this episode of "Pimp My Crib - Campus Cribs" we will be examining how to give your 'Pad' a nice little touch up that everyone can enjoy, a lot. We will be making a 3 story tall beer bong. You will need the following items: A piece of string, about 20 feet of tube, a funnel, two clamps, a stopping valve, and a heat source. The first step, will be to measure your laundry shoot or other source, with a piece of string, to know how much tubing you need (usually about 20 feet). Attach the funne...
Not a sports fan, but still want to get your hands-free drink on? Instructables user DucttapeNinja has just the thing for you—a beer helmet inspired by Gimli from Lord of the Rings. So, now you can double the time between trips to the fridge during your next LOTR marathon. One helmet to intoxicate them all! You'll need a cheap drink helmet (with straws already attached), two matching tankards or steins, some craft foam, and acrylic paint.
This is a bartender's trick from New Orleans. Use a water bottle to remove the cap of a beer bottle. This is perfect if you don't have a bottle opener or another beer.
For those who have a love for taxidermy AND beer, here's just the thing for you. Fancy Scottish brewery BrewDog has just released a 55% ABV “The End of History” beer which will be sold inside roadkill (your choice:a stuffed stoat or gray squirrel).
Bryce from the band Lifehouse shows us how to open beer bottles with a lighter, water bottle, & cd. This is a necessary trick for any beer afficiando. Need a bottle opened but you don't have a bottle opener? Easy. Look around. There are tons of things that can crack a brew.
After your homemade beer has finished its brewing in the first fermenter you may want to transfer to a second fermenter. The second fermenter will precipitate some of the solids in your beer and will improve the clarity of the beer. Also, if you are not going to bottle it for a while, transfering your beer to a secondary fermenter will protect your beer from getting off flavors as the yeast begins to die. The process of racking your beer into a secondary fermenter is made simple in this step ...
How To: Home Brew Like the Commander-in-Chief: How to Make President Obama's White House Honey Ale and Porter
There's a lot of firsts that President Barack Obama can claim, like being the first POTUS from Hawaii, the first to publicly support same-sex marriage, and of course, the first African American to hold office. One of his coolest firsts, though, is that he's the first American president to ever brew his own beer in the White House. And thanks to a Redditor who filed a Freedom of Information Act request, two recipes have been released so that home brewers everywhere can give them a try.
Instead of purchasing a kettle for homemade beer brewing, learn how to convert a keg for this purpose by watching this instructional video series. Turn your home into a microbrewery. Watch the simple conversion process and make a beer-brewing kettle out of a keg in no time.
It's magic! #1. How does it work? #2. How can I get one? (The BottomsUp Beer System supposedly fills at the speedy rate of "nine times that of traditional beer taps". More videos.)
Mexican beers go great with lime. This simple trick shows how to add a lime twist to a bottle of beer. Follow along with beer connoisseur Greg as he shows you how to infuse the taste of lime into that beer. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended!
Over the past year we have amassed quite a plethora of beer opening methods. Everything from a dollar bill to a carabiner can be finagled into a makeshift opener.
John Blake, from County Clare, Ireland, shows us how to properly pour a traditional Black and Tan beer in this video alcohol recipe.