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In this video you will learn step-by-step how to brew your own beer on brew day. We are brewing a 5 gallon all grain batch of beer, using a mash tun and batch sparge method. We start at the beginning with milling malted barley, go through the mash rest and sparging details, the boil process with hop additions, all the way to pitching the yeast in the fermenter.

In this video we brew Bell’s Oberon American Wheat Ale, using the brewery’s own recipe from their website. You can buy their home brewing kits, or find the recipe and instructions at:
Oberon Ale Clone Inspired Homebrewing All Grain Ingredient Kit

Check out my other tutorial videos and recommended equipment below!

Intro to Home Brewing – Starter Equipment:

Transfer to a secondary:

Bottle or Kegging your Beer:

Extract Brew Day – Step by Step Tutorial for Beginners:

How to make a yeast starter:

Harvest Yeast from Commercial Beer:

Recommended Starter Kits:
Northern Brewer – Basic HomeBrewing Starter Set, Equipment – Includes 5 Gallon Recipe with kit:
Northern Brewer Deluxe Homebrew Starter Kit, Equipment – Includes 5 Gallon Recipe with kit:

Recommended Equipment (all are exact products I use, except chiller):
Gas One 10 Gallon w/ Temp Gauge & Ball Valve:
Bayou Classic High Pressure Cooker/Burner:
Northern Brewer – Copper Immersion Wort Chiller:
Big Mouth Bubbler 6.5 gallon Glass Carboy:
RV Inline Water filter:
Digital Scale (measuring grain and hops):

Complete Mash Tun with false bottom kit (or buy separate items below):

**Recommended items** Build your own Mash Tun for cheaper:
10 gallon Cooler:
Ball Valve with 12″ Bazooka Kit & 1/2″ Hose Barb:

OR Individual ball valve/screen Items:

Horiznext npt 1/2″ ball valve kit stainless steel:
6” Bazooka screen for Mash tun:
12” Bazooka screen for Mash tun:
Female 1/2 NPT stainless steel connector:
Stainless Steel 1/2″ Barb Hose to 1/2″ NPT 2 Pack:

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