Homebrewing 301: Brewing The All-Grain Way - Video Course

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In this class you’ll learn how to perform the processes involved in all-grain brewing. These include: mashing, recirculation, lautering, and sparging. We’ll also demo two ways of sparging - fly sparging and batch sparging.

This class is for extract, partial mash, and Brew in a Bag brewers looking to have total control over every aspect of brewing. If you’re taking this course, we assume you’ve taken our Homebrewing 101 course or have a beginner’s knowledge of homebrewing -- wort production, fermentation and bottling.

Total running time: approx. 37 minutes plus quizzes and supplemental reading. Once you have purchased this course, you may watch it as many times as you like.

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What's Included:

Chapter 01: Course Introduction & All-Grain Overview

  • Lesson 01: Course Introduction
  • Lesson 02: All-Grain Overview

Chapter 02: A Deeper Look at All-Grain Brewing

  • Lesson 01: All-Grain Terms & Vocabulary
  • Lesson 02: Malt Extract Brewing vs All-Grain Brewing
  • Lesson 03: Essential Equipment
  • Lesson 04: Key Points & Takeaways

Chapter 03: Mashing

  • Lesson 01: Mashing Terms & Vocabulary
  • Lesson 02: Preparing for the Mash
  • Lesson 03: Doughing In
  • Lesson 04: What's Happening Inside the Mash?
  • Lesson 05: When is the Mash Rest Complete?
  • Lesson 06: Key Points & Takeaways

Chapter 04: Lautering and Sparging

  • Lesson 01: Lautering Terms & Vocabulary
  • Lesson 02: Mashout
  • Lesson 03: Recirculation
  • Lesson 04: Sparging
  • Lesson 05: Fly Sparging vs Batch Sparging
  • Lesson 06: Key Points & Takeaways

Chapter 05: Troubleshooting & All-Grain Inspiration

  • Lesson 01: All-Grain Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 02: Inspiration for New All-Grain Brewers
  • Homebrewing 301: Course Evaluation Survey

Additional information

SKU

44301

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Please contact us at brewmaster@northernbrewer.com if you have any questions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Donal S.
It give me a deeper understanding of matching.

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Christopher N.
MORE IN-DEPTH

THE COURSE NEEDS MORE STEP BY STEP

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Donna T.
Excellent overview!

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Robert I.
Great course for learning the water volumes, temperatures and gravity of All Grain

This course is well worth your time if you are new to all grain like me. I learned a lot!

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Philip B.
Home brewing the all grain way

While very informative, I was disappointed the there wasn't at least some demonstration of the process. So other than the terms and ingredients, I didn't get much 'how-to' out of it.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
71%
(5)
14%
(1)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Donal S.
It give me a deeper understanding of matching.

n/a

C
Christopher N.
MORE IN-DEPTH

THE COURSE NEEDS MORE STEP BY STEP

D
Donna T.
Excellent overview!

n/a

R
Robert I.
Great course for learning the water volumes, temperatures and gravity of All Grain

This course is well worth your time if you are new to all grain like me. I learned a lot!

P
Philip B.
Home brewing the all grain way

While very informative, I was disappointed the there wasn't at least some demonstration of the process. So other than the terms and ingredients, I didn't get much 'how-to' out of it.