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Old 04-14-2011, 06:59 PM   #1
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What's a good start to finish "all grain" (*being the key word)brew video. There are multiple videos on the different stages of brewing, extracts, or how to make certain equipment etc.
But I want a video that shows step 1 to step completed to help me understand all this a little better. I did a search on you tube and on this site prior to posting so no one thinks I'm being lazy and just asking. A few of the ones I found that are kind of helpful are posted below....


The Alton Brown ones- which i understand have been criticized to death here.

*The one linked in this thread
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f14/i-fo...outube-125728/


Is there any others someone would recommend for someone who's done about 3 hours of research in one day on the subject?
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Old 04-14-2011, 07:10 PM   #2
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I really thought this series was the best. http://www.youtube.com/user/chrisknight000
One of the vids didn't work, don't remember which one, but it was a critical one unfortunately.

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Whatever you do, if you see any howto videos on youtube.com from someone who calls himself "TakeSomeAdvice" stay clear of them. Wait till you have enough knowledge to know that this guy's videos are wrong in so many ways. After you've got an understanding of what needs to be done, go ahead and watch them, but if only for comedic relief!

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This guy is Great! http://www.youtube.com/user/BrewAcademy

An 8 part series for his Amarillo Steam Beer. Its probably over an hour of video in all. But really helpful! Couple these with old-fashioned reading of Bobby_M's All Grain Primer and you should be readay to brew AG!

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Whatever you do, if you see any howto videos on youtube.com from someone who calls himself "TakeSomeAdvice" stay clear of them. Wait till you have enough knowledge to know that this guy's videos are wrong in so many ways. After you've got an understanding of what needs to be done, go ahead and watch them, but if only for comedic relief!
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TomHanx, I live near you. You should come by one weekend and watch the process.

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TomHanx, I live near you. You should come by one weekend and watch the process.
Oh yeah? where's that at in the DF-DUB?
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Basic Brewing has a DVD. Not sure if they have anything online, but the DVD is not too expensive and from what I've read covers the basics pretty good.

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Didn't Bobby_M have a bunch of videos too? on youtube under Bobby_NJ or something?

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I have two different all grain brew sessions up and I'm in the middle of a more " concept-oriented" series also. See below.

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