Brewing to Style: Imperial Stout - Video Course
NBU takes an in-depth look at Imperial Stouts to help you understand the classic style and perfect the art of brewing this decadent beer at home. Course instructor Chip Walton begins with a quick look at the style’s history and guidelines. Get a professional brewer’s perspective from Ben Smith, head brewer at Surly Brewing Company. Then join us for two complete homebrew demonstrations (extract and all-grain) with discussions of the many unique processes involved when brewing and flavoring a beer of such mammoth proportions at home.
The Brewing to Style series looks at different beer styles – everything from classic and historical styles, to the most popular new styles – what makes them unique, how they are brewed, and what variations you might find. We approach styles from a homebrewer’s perspective, but also present conversations with professional brewers to more fully understand style guidelines and brewing techniques.
The course is completely on demand, allowing you to complete it on your schedule. Once purchased you'll have unlimited access to the course content with no expiration or time limit.
Chapter 01: Course Overview
- Lesson 01: Course Overview
Chapter 02: History, Guidelines & Pro Brewer's Perspective
- Lesson 01: A Brief History
- Lesson 02: Style Guidlines
- Lesson 03: Pro Brewer Interview | Ben Smith (Surly Brewing Company)
Chapter 03: Homebrewing Imperial Stout
- Lesson 01: Dragon's Silk Imperial Stout (Extract & All-Grain)
- Lesson 02: CVC Imperial (All-Grain, Flavoring with Whole Ingredients or Tinctures)
Chapter 04: Additional Resources
- Lesson 01: Closing Thoughts & Additional Resources
- Lesson 02: Course Evaluation Survey
How To View This Course
- Once the course is purchased you will receive an email from Northern Brewer University.
- Open the email and click the link to set your password.
- Choose your password.
- Once your password is set you will be automatically logged into the Northern Brewer University site and you can begin the course!
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