How to Home Brew Beer – A step by step guide using the Partial Quantity Boil Process

Ever wanted to brew your own beer at home but was concerned it was too hard or complicated? Put those thoughts aside. Coach Chris of WolfMoon Brewing will walk you through step by step on how you can home brew beer on your kitchen stove using a method called ‘Partial Quantity Boil’

We will be showing how to brew a kit obtained from Northern Brewer that is an all extract kit called Sunny Side Grapefruit Radler (which is an exclusive kit only available in Northern Brewer’s Socks & Sandals Variety Pack). Coach Chris will take you step by step through each stage of the process and give explanations of why and how to assist you in avoiding the pitfalls new home brewers can make. Some of these are how to prepare your extract, how to add your extract to the pot to avoid boil overs, how a spray bottle of water can assist with boil overs, how and when to take your specific gravity readings, when you should put your yeast in (known as pitching), and how and where to store your fermenter to let the yeast do its job efficiently.

So come on along and join the many home brewers out there by making your own beer – you’ll be amazed at how simple and easy it really can be. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you next brew!! 🍻

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How and Why to use a Hydrometer:

Kit (Exclusive to Socks & Sandals Variety Pack)
Socks & Sandals Summer Extract Beer Variety Pack

Yeast Used:
Wyeast 1056 American Ale:

Boil Pot:
Fermenter (8 Gal.):
Bubbler (Shown in video):
Bubbler (Optional version):

Star San (Pint):
Star San (Quart):

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⏰ Timestamps in This Video ⏰
0:00 Intro
1:37 Kit Overview
2:47 What type of water to use for brewing
3:11 Preparing the Liquid Malt Extract (LME)
3:35 We are ready to start adding the Extracts to the pot
4:29 Liquid Malt Extract added to pot
6:33 Dry Malt Extract (DME) added to pot
9:55 Boil Over Warning – Don’t walk away
10:32 Why having a spray bottle of water on hand is a helpful
11:11 Almost back to a boil and almost a boil over
12:32 Adding Hops and start of boil timer
13:52 Preparing the Ice Water Bath for cooling
15:39 End of the boil
17:42 Preparing the fermenter
19:24 Transferring into the fermenter
22:53 Measuring the gravity
24:49 Pitching (adding) the Yeast
26:30 Final steps (closing up fermenter and where to store)
27:59 Closing comments

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