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How To: Make a yeast starter for homemade beer

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.

How To: Build a kegerator keg refrigerator from a Sanyo 4912

What's a kegerator, you ask? Why a keg and refrigerator built in one. This short instructional video shows how to find the hot line for the compressor in a home-made keferator. Mount the tap by aligning over the hole and screw it down to the plywood underneath. Carbon dioxide lines run out a hole in the back. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to build a kegerator, keg refrigerator, for your beer out of a Sanyo 4912 fridge.

How To: Keg home brew beer

Home-brewing and home-bar enthusiasts should check out this how-to video. Don't know how to store that delicious homemade beer? Put it into a keg. Get fresh beer on tap anytime from your keg. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to keg home brew beer.

How To: Brew a 41 North pale ale beer

Pineywood Brewery Company in Box Springs, Georgia put together this how-to video to demonstrate the process of making a 41 North pale ale beer. There are three key elements needed to make beer: malted barley, hops, and yeast. Follow this step-by-step video guide that goes through brewing from crushing the grain to pitching the yeast. Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to make a 41 North pale ale beer.

How To: Home brew all grain beer with the batch sparge method

This how-to video is a dorky but functional guide to easy all grain homemade beer brewing. Extract brewers, you can do it too! The Denny Conn method of batch sparging is demonstrated step-by-step in this video. Follow along with the home-brewing video series and learn how to make all grain beer using the batch sparge method.

How To: Oxygenate aerate home-brewed wort for beer

This how-to video demonstrates a very simple way to aerate your wort after the boil. This method is less expensive then buying an oxygen tank, at the start yeast likes an aerated environment to begin the aerobic process of fermentation. Add oxygen to your wort to reduce the lag time for the yeast to condition themselves to your carboy. Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to oxygenate and aerate home-brewed wort for beer-making.

How To: Home brew beer

The step by step process that can be used to brew malt extract recipe beer is demonstrated in this how-to video. This is a great video to watch if you're brewing for the first time, or want to know more about how to home brew. Teach everyone what makes a good craft beer! Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to make your own homemade beer.

How To: Mix a Chelada beer cocktail

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.

How To: Build a beer bong

Beer bongs are simple to make, and it's not difficult to make them even more user friendly. You will need a funnel, a valve, a tube, and clamps. Watch this video bartending tutorial and learn how to make a beer bong.

How To: Brew a homemade English mild beer

Learn how to home brew your own English mild beer with expert tips and advice on ales and lagers in this free beer recipe video series on making your own English mild beer. Homemade beer always tastes better, as long as you don't screw up too bad.

How To: Brew homemade ale beer

Learn how to brew homemade beer with your own home brew kit, including instruction on micro-brewery supplies and the brewing process, to craft real ales with expert beer tips in this free home brewing video series.

How To: Make a three way beer bong

Ever get that lonely feeling while drinking from a beer bong, like you're in this magical moment and there's no one else there to share it with you? It's the greatest tragedy of the beer bong, until now. The three way beer bong allows up to three people to drink the sweet beer-y nectar of the gods at the same time. Beautiful. Watch this enlightening video and learn how to build a three way beer bong.

How To: Make and take a hit from a beer bong

This really misguided school project had the side effect of turning into something educational for you at least. If you're reading this description, you're maybe a little intimidated by the potency of a beer bong. Fear not, gentle reader, these young Fleetwood Mac loving gentlemen show you how not only how to build your own beer bong, but how to take a hit from one. Enjoy.

How To: Use a beer bong

Do you go to the kinds of parties where people whip out beer bongs and drink like idiots? Well, maybe you want to drink like a jackass too. Watch this video boozing tutorial and learn how to use a beer bong. You'll get wasted in no time.

How To: Open your bottle of beer with a piece of paper

Any idiot can open a beer with a lighter. The beer is European, no sissy twist cap. Here's an easy two-step video manual on how to open a bottle with a piece of paper. Watch and make easy money betting with you friends who thinks you can't. Or just enjoy drinking a beer when you can't find a bottle opener and only have this how-to video to help you.

How To: Infuse a beer with lime flavor

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!

How To: Store beer to retain freshness and flavor

Follow Greg as he gives simple tips on how to enjoy beer more. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended! In this video tutorial, Greg shows how to store a beer. Properly stored beer will retain flavor and freshness longer. Watch and learn how to properly store a beer.

How To: Drink a beer at the proper temperature

Follow Greg as he gives a simple tip to enjoy beer more. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended! In this video tutorial, he teaches what temperature to drink beer at. Watch and learn how to drink beer at a good temperature to fully taste the flavors.

How To: Open a beer bottle with a lighter

Follow Greg as he gives simple tips to enjoy beer more. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended! In this video tutorial, Greg shows how to open a beer with a lighter. Watch and learn how to get the bottle cap without using an opener, but just using a lighter.

How To: Smell the aroma of a beer

Follow Greg as he gives simple tips to help enjoy beer more. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended! In this video tutorial, Greg teaches a simple way to get the best first impression of the smell of beer. Watch and learn how to really savor the aroma of a beer.

How To: Properly pour a beer

Follow Greg as he gives some simple tips to help enjoy beer more. Just because you're Christian doesn't mean you can't enjoy a beer, just do it the way God intended! In this video tutorial he shows the proper way to pour a beer. Don't waste that beer! Watch and learn the correct way to fill up a beer glass.

How To: Rack your homemade beer into a secondary fermenter

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: Bottle and cap your home brewed beer

Once you have gottebn your brewed beer into the bottling bucket it is time for the final step--bottling your home brewed beer! This instructional video teaches you how to transfer your home brewed beer into bottles, putting emphasis on proper sanitation. After you have filled all of your bottles with beer it is ready to cap them! You have to wait two weeks after your bottles have been capped to let the fermentation finish but then you can enjoy your batch of home made beer! Yum!

How To: Rack your homemade beer by siphon

This instructional video teaches you how to properly sanitize your tubing equipment while you rack your beer and how to transfer your beer from your fermentation bucket into your bottling bucket. The beer siphoning process allows you to progress from the brewing step to the bottling step and is done after your beer has fermented enough in the fermenting bucket. Siphoning your beer properly is essential to getting your beer from the fermenting bucket to the bottling bucket (and then to the bot...

How To: Prepare for bottling your homemade beer

After you have allowed your home made beer to brew and checked that it is ready to bottle, it's time to get going on bottling! This instructional video teaches you how to begin the bottling process by properly cleaning your beer bottles. So watch this video and get ready to bottle your beer!

How To: Check if your homemade beer is ready to be bottled

This instructional video explains how to check for specific gravity in your home brewed batch of beer to see whether or not it is ready to bottle. By placing a sample of your home-brewed beer in a test vial and using a hydrometer, you can check to make sure that your beer is not over-carbonated and is in fact ready to be bottled. Ensuring that your beer is at the proper stage for bottling is vital--too much carbonation could mean that your beer bottles explode!

How To: Start brewing your very own homemade beer

Brewing homemade beer is cheap, fun and has never been easier than with this instructional video! This tutorial takes you step by step on how to start brewing your very own batch of beer. Taking you through the initial fermentation process, the tutorial teaches how to use your initial selection of malt and grains to instill a delicious and unique flavor in your homemade beer. With this method you control the level of hops, barley, and malt--there are no limits to how you can customize your ow...

How To: Open a beer bottle with BIC lighter

This beer how-to video demonstrates how to open a non-twistoff beer bottle with nothing but a BIC lighter. Watch and learn how simple it is to open beer bottles with a BIC lighter and a little leverage. This beer trick comes in handy when you don't have anything to open bottles with.

How To: Open a Beer Bottle with a Motorola RAZR Phone

Craving a nice cold beer but you don't have a bottle opener? Then watch this beer how-to video. Our guest shows you how to open a beer bottle with a Motorola RAZR. No beer bottles or cell phones were hurt in the process. Be careful not to nullify your cell phone warranty, or you're going to be using a decidedly less fancy cell phone. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to pop off a beer bottle cap with a RAZR.

How To: Make beer cooling ice cups

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.

How To: Chill a beer in 5 minutes or less

Just got back from the store with the beer for the party and it starts in two hours? Then learn how to chill a beer quickly in a crunch with minimal equipment. Kelly from HackCollege shows you 3 different methods of getting your beer ice cold in this how-to video.

How To: Hack a soda can beer sleeve

Chris of HackCollege shows off how to get away with some stealthy drinking in public. Whether you're using it for some extra security in your dorm room or to down one at a tailgate, this little hack should come in handy. Watch this how-to video and learn to hack a soda can beer sleeve.