Hey guys, I know that this is a big project and most of you would rather just go to the store to buy your beer but I've been doing this for a few years and tried to put together a series of videos that would show people how to make their own All Grain Beer at home. Most videos online toss around confusing terms and don't really show you everything you need. I learned most of this on my own with lots of research and a lot of bad tasting beers before I found a good system. As with many other things on this site, the majority of my equipment is home made and on a cheap dime(just the way I like it). I have tried posting videos when I was learning to brew beer but I was bombarded with a bunch of beer snobs who kept pointing out little things I was doing wrong. I'm not making this beer to win a competition, I'm making it to get in touch with the way people used to brew beer and also to save money(another thing we like to do here on this site). Our ancestors used to brew beer with a pot and fire and a heap of grains. I'm sure when they drank it they also got a bunch of hay and bugs in there as well. So all things considering, my setup gets a nice fresh glass of beer on the table that tastes really good. As I live nowhere near a homebrew store I have to ship everything in. I can make 72 beers for $48. That is not the only benefit though. You can make the beer as strong as you want or as weak as you want. You know what goes into your beer with no artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives and you can make any kind that you want. It's great to give to family and friends to try or just as a small gift(I haven't paid for a coffee in a year). Many people are into Craft beer or Local beer but you can't get any more local than making your own. Last year I made a pumpkin beer from local pumpkin and some spices which was very nice, and a Maple Beer with all local maple syrup and grains. This year I plan on making a Birch Beer with fresh tapped maple sap as the base, Maple Syrup to sweeten, and all local grains. The combinations are literally endless. I still have a fourth video to add of bottling the beer and then ofcourse drinking it, so that is still to come but I thought I would post the first 3 on here. They come to about 25 mins or so in total, and the first one is quite boring but I thought it was necessary. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/user/FishBrew21?feature=mhum#p/u/8/YQdLAqYc4DU]YouTube - FishBrew21's Channel[/ame] [ame=http://www.youtube.com/user/FishBrew21?feature=mhum#p/u/7/OyozLR9x-6A]YouTube - FishBrew21's Channel[/ame] [ame=http://www.youtube.com/user/FishBrew21?feature=mhum#p/u/6/ycmzZRFnYoc]YouTube - FishBrew21's Channel[/ame] Hopefully the links work.